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  • Air Force brings defense planning into 21st century through modern software

    For much of the defense community, the ease and functionality of modern technology is not translated to military planning systems. While cumbersome acquisitions processes, funding issues and security concerns are often valid causes, many Department of Defense processes (and any software associated with them) cannot compete with the technology many Americans use regularly.
  • Team explores options to keep B-2 Spirit "cool"

    Members of the 509th Maintenance Squadron tested five Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) units to evaluate potential new cooling options for the B-2 Spirit.
  • Air Force targets drones during latest Pitch Day

    The day-long event began with thirteen pitches from businesses, followed by deliberations by Air Force junior officers and civilians, who chose to award Phase 1 small business contracts to every Pitch Day participant. The afternoon included demonstrations from Northeastern University researchers, the Air Force Research Laboratory, and two entrepreneurs selected earlier in the day.
  • AFIT research project evolves into innovative training

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – To have an agile Air Force, Airmen readiness is paramount and a new revolutionary education hub that can deliver the most current, relevant and interactive training just might be the way of the future for the warfighter.   “Created as a research project at the Air Force Institute of Technology, the genesis of
  • AFRL collaborates with industry at Dayton Defense Wright Dialogue with Industry event

    DAYTON, Ohio – Nearly 600 people attended the 14th annual Dayton Defense Wright Dialogue with Industry event at the Dayton Convention Center July 16-18.The event provided Air Force Research Laboratory leaders, scientists, and engineers an opportunity to engage with not only Ohio companies, but industry representatives from across the nation as
  • Air University hosts AFITC Education and Training Event on multi-domain operations

    Hosted by Air University and themed “Cyberpower: Critical to Multi-Domain Operations,” the emphasis of this year’s AFITC will be on education and training in the realm of multi-domain command and control.
  • Classified network modernized with over $150 million contract

    The Hanscom program executive office overseeing the Air Force Secret Internet Protocol Router Network awarded a five-year contract to unify and standardize classified computing at more than 180 Air Force locations worldwide.
  • Aiming higher: Airmen contribute to human spaceflight from Apollo to tomorrow

    From Air Force Col. Nick Hague, who is currently aboard the International Space Station, all the way back to Buzz Aldrin, who was a U.S. Air Force fighter pilot in the Korean War, Airmen are among the more than 60% of astronauts who came from the uniformed service.
  • Rising Technology: DLA Aviation at Warner Robins automates to support WR-ALC workload increase

    Defense Logistics Agency Aviation at Warner Robins on Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, recently acquired state of the art automated storage aids that has Shop Service Center personnel optimistic about the future of delivery response time and ease-of-access to the crucial parts necessary for aircraft maintenance.
  • Division turns to open office design

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – When Col. Philip Carpenter came onboard as the senior materiel leader for the Simulators Division in the Spring of 2017, he took over an organization with a rapidly expanding mission but limited space for new employees.“When I started the job I realized immediately that we had serious space constraints and no
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