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  • Spark Revolution to host Innovation Studio event

    Officials from the Spark Revolution team here will host an Innovation Studio event at the University of Massachusetts Lowell Research Institute’s Northstar campus in Lincoln, Massachusetts, Nov. 7.

  • 2023 Spark Tank open for submissions

    Air Force Materiel Command uniformed and civilian Airmen are invited to submit innovative, game-changing ideas to compete in the 2023 Air Force Spark Tank competition now, with preliminary rounds open from June 1 to August 17, 2022.

  • Airmen innovation helps optimize cargo loading with simple technology

    In partnership with Air Mobility Command, Air Force Research Laboratory, and Air Force Operational Energy, Airmen are conducting operational testing on prototypes of the Vertical Pallet Stacker for multiple mobility aircraft to enable more optimized and effective cargo-loading and transport per

  • Process improvements save time, money

    Although changes to the procedures for ordering and storing medical supplies might seem minor, the impact of recent improvements has been significant for the 75th Medical Group professionals.

  • Registration opens for I-WEPTAC 2022

    Registration is now open for the Installation and Mission Support Weapons and Tactics Conference, the main innovation and collaboration forum for installation and mission support to the Air and Space Forces.

  • Summit aims to get warfighters “ready to go fast”

    Leaders and personnel from Air Force Materiel Command organizations collaborated virtually during the quarterly Air Force Test Center–Air Force Research Laboratory Summit January 24-28 with the goal of improving technology and capability delivery times to the warfighter.

  • AFMC We Need initiative achieves big win for nursing mothers

    Effective immediately, nursing mothers who work in a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) or on a special access program (SAP) are permitted to carry battery-operated, Bluetooth-capable breast pumps into these work areas.