The Department of the Air Force Digital Transformation office, in partnership with the University of Dayton Research Institute, Sinclair Community College and several Dayton area businesses, co-hosted the Dayton Digital Transformation Summit at Sinclair’s downtown Dayton, Ohio, campus Aug. 2-4,
The Air Force Research Laboratory, or AFRL, Sensors Directorate staff recently hosted 44 Air Camp students to tour their facility and learn about science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, careers within AFRL.
SecureView, an Air Force Research Laboratory-developed cross-domain solution that provides access to multiple classified networks from the same device, now has more than 16,000 users throughout the federal government. First deployed in 2011, the user base of this operating system has doubled since
The operational assessment of the Angry Kitten Combat Pod electronic attack system in April demonstrated rapid reprogramming between flights. This combat pod, an updated version of the Georgia Tech Research Institute Angry Kitten pod, simulates enemy electronic attack signals during Air Force test
Dr. Melissa Wilson, a nurse scientist and civilian executive officer to the vice director of the Air Force Research Laboratory’s 711th Human Performance Wing (711HPW), has been selected as a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing. Induction into the academy is a significant milestone in a nurse
U.S. Space Force Space Operations Command’s Space Delta 2 Commander Col. Marc Brock officiated a change of command ceremony July 7, 2022, for Delta 2, Detachment 2 in which Maj. James Banta relinquished command to Maj. Jin Kim.
“He entered the Air Force Research Laboratory Space Vehicles Directorate as an Airman and is leaving as a Guardian,” said Maj. Gen. Heather Pringle, commander of the Air Force Research Laboratory, as she began the change of command ceremony in which Col. Eric Felt, the Space Vehicles director and
The Air Force Research Laboratory’s pilot initiative to establish regional research networks in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic (AFRL Regional Research Hubs) is progressing as operational processes are established by the lead institutions, Purdue and Cornell universities.
The Five Center Construct centered on a fundamental change in the way that AFMC would conduct its primary missions. Instead of location-specific organizational structure that required full support staffs at each location, the new construct would be mission-based. Each major mission would have a
AFRL commander headlines digital summit in Dayton
AFRL Sensors Directorate hosts Air Camp students
AFRL-developed cross-domain access system expands across federal government
New combat pod system wakes up with software updates during test
AFRL nurse scientist selected as American Academy of Nursing fellow
AFRL-hosted Space Delta 2 Detachment welcomes new commander
AFRL commander welcomes new leader to lab’s Kirtland site
AFRL Regional Research Hub makes headway, plans to announce initial projects in near future