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Brian Schafer, left, deputy division chief, Digital Capabilities Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory, or AFRL; and Heather Christoff, chief, Customer Success, Digital Capabilities Directorate, AFRL, open a panel of the Raider supercomputer, or technology insertion, or TI-21, system which is part of the DOD High Performance Computing Modernization Program and housed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, Aug. 29, 2023. The supercomputer is a national resource with the Air Force, Army and Navy as its biggest customers. Recently, the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Digital Capabilities Directorate placed an order for the next supercomputer, which will be delivered in 2024. The next two systems to be installed are the TI-23 Flyer and TI-23 Raven will operate as unclassified and classified systems, respectively. (U.S. Air Force photo / Aleah M. Castrejon)
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