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  • India, US sign Air-Launched UAV Co-Development Project Agreement

    Air Vice Marshal Narmdeshwar Tiwari, Indian Air Force, Assistant Chief of Air Staff for Plans, and Brig. Gen. Brian R. Bruckbauer, Director of the Air Force Security Assistance and Cooperation (AFSAC) Directorate for the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, signed a landmark agreement recently to co-develop air-launched Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV).
  • Air Force readies for return to enhanced CHES collaboration

    As Microsoft Commercial Virtual Remote (CVR) Teams phases out on June 15, a cross-functional team of Air Force communication and acquisition experts are working diligently to welcome the workforce back to the enterprise Office 365 platform, primed to offer more robust features than ever before.
  • AFRL, AFLCMC laboratory collaboration addresses pilot oxygen concerns

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – The Air Force Research Laboratory and the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center have partnered to create a facility for investigation of in-flight oxygen issues, achieving operational capability with the first testing activity, the evaluation and qualification of a quick don mask in early December.  In
  • Banshee lessons enhance operational mission

    The third iteration of the Banshee training program culminated in a Dec. 4 virtual wrap up event focused on how trainees will turn what they’ve learned into actionable ideas within their units. The program, a partnership between Hanscom, MassChallenge and the Air Force Research Lab, is part of a two year pilot project designed to help participants incorporate innovative ideas and approaches into their daily work through virtual training and engagement opportunities with experts and entrepreneurs.
  • Air Force Test Center, Air Force Research Laboratory collaborate during annual Summit

    The Air Force Materiel Command has built the most powerful Air Force in the world, and our nation is depending on us to build the Air Force we need to secure our nation’s future. Add on a pandemic and let’s face it, collaborating on various platforms has been either a success or successfully overwhelming. Two agencies under the MAJCOM met the challenge of “AFMC We Need” and held their 2nd annual Air Force Research Laboratory/Air Force Test Center Summit last month.
  • AFMC, AFGSC establish Weapons System Lead Wing Collaboration Program

    Gen. Arnold W. Bunch, Jr., AFMC Commander, and Gen. Timothy M. Ray, AFGSC Commander, cosigned a memorandum aimed at developing deeper collaboration between the program offices and operational wings, providing a venue for acquisition and operational Airmen to gain insight into each other’s communities, while creating a culture of continuous cooperation, collaboration and innovation.
  • AFWERX announces EngageSpace, premier collaboration event for space industry

    With its highly interactive format and diverse participants, this event is designed to revolutionize how the space ecosystem works, dismantle the walls between sectors and close the "believability gap" for what's possible in space.
  • AFRL academic research partnership to investigate operational stressors on Airmen

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – The Air Force Research Laboratory is partnering with Wright State University to better understand stressors that affect pilots and the impacts they have on the mission and well-being of Airmen.The two research partners recently signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement to advance the development
  • AEDC, NAVAIR establish Remote Data Room

    Sitting in front of a computer screen in the Propulsion Systems Evaluation Facility (PSEF) at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland, also known as PAX, some 700 miles away, PSEF test engineer Leo Rubio speaks to analysts and monitors test data as if he was actually in the control room at Arnold Air Force Base.Using the facility known as the
  • AFWERX Fusion, MDO Challenge drive collaboration between industry, military, academia

    To better foster a culture of collaboration and innovation within the Air Force, AFWERX Fusion brought more than 1,200 people from business, military and academia as well as close to 120 Multi-Domain Operations Challenge teams and companies together under one roof July 23-24.
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