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  • FORCECON 2022 AFIMSC industry day set for May 25

    Industry, academia and government agencies have a chance to connect and collaborate about installation and mission support May 25 during FORCECON 2022: Innovation – Technology – Gaming at the Tech Port Center and Arena in San Antonio.

  • Designing the future, step-by-step

    The Continuous Improvement and Innovation team, also known as CI2 held their training symposium at the Wright Brothers Institute in downtown, Dayton, Ohio, April 23-26. Their theme, “Creating the Next Generation of CI2 Leaders: Let’s Design the Future” was key to what they hoped to accomplish.

  • Simulators Division opens new Sims Holodeck

    The Simulators Division opened a new Innovation Lab called the “ Sims Holodeck” on May 3 as a space to explore, innovate, and prototype the next generation of training technology.

  • FORCECON 2022 AFIMSC industry day set for May 25

    Industry, academia and government agencies have a chance to connect and collaborate about installation and mission support May 25 during FORCECON 2022: Innovation – Technology – Gaming at the Tech Port Center and Arena in San Antonio.

  • AI accelerator focuses on education

    The Department of the Air Force-Massachusetts Institute of Technology Artificial Intelligence Accelerator recently held a prototype capstone AI course at the MIT open learning space in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

  • Innovation, Technology and Gaming collide May 24-29 at FORCECON 2022

    Airmen and Guardians from across the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force are invited to take part in FORCECON 2022: Innovation – Technology – Gaming, an interactive industry and academia collider event and gaming competition being held at the Tech Port Center and Arena in San Antonio, Texas, May

  • DEAMS script averts legacy file failure

    When Microsoft announced earlier this year that legacy Microsoft Office files would block from operating on Air Force computers, many users took it in stride. However, members of the Defense Enterprise Accounting and Management System recognized the change could have a significant and potentially

  • Air Force tests oxygen system for T-7 Red Hawk

    The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Mobility and Training Aircraft Directorate is currently testing the On-Board Oxygen Generation System (OBOGS) that will go on the T-7 Red Hawk trainer.