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  • AFRL Future Flag series grows in scope, size with new funding, alliances

    The Air Force Research Laboratory, or AFRL, Information Directorate is bringing together approximately 150 participants representing a variety of U.S. military branches, technologies and aircraft to upstate New York for the Future Flag event, August 26, 2024. Future Flag is an experimentation

  • AFRL chief scientists welcome HBCU partners to advance tactical autonomy

    EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. (AFRL) — Chief scientists from technical directorates across the Air Force Research Laboratory, or AFRL, hosted the Department of the Air Force’s first-ever Historically Black Colleges and Universities, or HBCU, -led University Affiliated Research Center, or UARC, at Eglin

  • AFWERX Spark Crossflow event spurs innovation and collaboration

     SPOKANE, Wash.  — The AFWERX Spark team launched the first Crossflow event of the year, April 23-25, 2024. Crossflows offer the Department of the Air Force Innovation and Process Improvement ecosystem a chance to concentrate on development, collaboration and strategic alignment toward operational

  • AFRL enhances workforce through STEM outreach programs

    The Air Force Research Laboratory, or AFRL’s, Munitions Directorate recently hired three former interns directly from its esteemed STEM outreach programs to serve Eglin Air Force Base in delivering effective and affordable munitions technologies to the warfighter. The new AFRL employees demonstrate

  • AFMC Supervisor Toolkit continues to benefit frontline leaders

    The AFMC Supervisor Toolkit is a centralized repository of resources, tools and guidance designed to help supervisors manage teams across the organization. While the main purpose of the toolkit is to assist supervisors, the resources can benefit any military or civilian as they grow and develop

  • AFRL engineer to be recognized at ASME national meeting

    The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, or ASME, will be recognizing Dr. Ajit Roy, a senior materials engineer with the Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory, or AFRL, with the John J. Montgomery Award for Distinguished Innovation in Aerospace at their national

  • AFRL-developed physiological monitoring system undergoes flight tests

    An Air Force Research Laboratory-developed physiological monitoring system for pilots completed a series of F-16 flight tests March 4-17, 2024, at the U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School, or TPS, at Edwards Air Force Base, California. The 422d Test and Evaluation Squadron also completed flight tests on