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  • Air Force to open fourth ATTC

    SYRACUSE, Utah. -- Situated in the Wasatch mountain range in northern Utah, outside the gates of Hill Air Force Base, scientists, engineers, technicians, and educators will have a new state-of-the-art facility to help revolutionize future manufacturing technologies.The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center in collaboration with the Air Force
  • Commentary: Innovation 'advances the ball'

    What does an organization need to do to ensure its Airmen are able to innovate at the enterprise level? How can the Air Force continue to nurture and grow an innovative mindset across the mission set? In support of the Air Force Materiel Command's 2019 Year of Innovation campaign, Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center commander Maj. Gen. Bradley D. Spacy offers his perspectives on innovation and what the AFIMSC is doing to ensure they continue to innovate for AFMC and the Air Force future.
  • Air Force gathers innovators for Tyndall rebuild

    Air Force leaders are leaving no stone unturned in their search for the best industry practices and innovations to consider in rebuilding Tyndall AFB, Florida, which was devastated by Hurricane Michael in October 2018.
  • IHA goes live in cloud

    The status of Air Force installation and mission support programs is now just a click away, thanks to the new Installation Health Assessment tool’s cloud analytics capability.
  • Future deployers: Don’t forget to feed the runway

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – The Blue Horizons Program at Air University is a CSAF-chartered, future-oriented think tank that creates and tests prototypes of new strategic concepts and capabilities.Three Blue Horizons Fellows, with different technical backgrounds, including a former member of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center
  • C3I&N manages exponential network growth

    HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. – System engineers at Hanscom are trying to increase network capacity to the point where no Airman will ever curse the connection or blame the blue circle for work stoppage.Most Air Force installations, each hosting thousands of users, connect to the outside world through a choke point that resembles single-lane
  • Air Force Research Laboratory demonstrates world’s first daytime free-space quantum communication enabled by adaptive optics

    Starfire Optical Range, N.M. – The Air Force Research Laboratory Starfire Optical Range (SOR) recently demonstrated quantum communication in daylight under conditions representative of space-to-Earth satellite links.“This is the world’s first such demonstration, integrating quantum communication with a novel filtering technique enabled by adaptive
  • University of Florida set to become home for Air Force research in assured autonomy

    The Air Force is interested in this research area because it needs its autonomous systems to be able to execute high-level mission plans with verifiable assurances despite uncertain adversarial environments. In these contested environments, the integrity and availability of sensor information and communications are challenged, and key innovations are still needed to make tools that can operate with limited resources and also account for uncertainty and cyber security.
  • Robotic arm is newest Eglin innovation

    Latest idea will make multiple instrument calibrations to the missile flight simulation autonomously greatly reducing test downtime and manpower.
  • Hanscom and NSIN collaborate to bring innovative ideas forward

    HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. – Hanscom teamed with the National Security Innovation Network, formerly called MD5, to bring an “Innovation Bootcamp” course here for contracting professionals May 13-16.According to organizers, the NSIN Bootcamps provide methods for innovation in the context of real-world problems.“Bootcamp attendees have a chance to
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