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  • AFRL leads USSF Continuous Fitness Assessment study

    The Air Force Research Laboratory, or AFRL, is conducting a two-year voluntary study with Guardians to assess the use of wearable fitness devices that measure physical activity. The study, which began enrollment in May 2023, is part of the U.S. Space Force’s Continuous Fitness Assessment, or CFA,

  • US Air Force recognizes AFRL researchers

    The Air Force Research Laboratory, or AFRL, recently announced that engineers Dr. Andrew J. “AJ” Metcalf and Dr. Preston T. Webster are the U.S. Air Force nominees for the 74th Annual Arthur S. Flemming Award. The nominees are among hundreds of scientists and engineers at AFRL’s Space Vehicles

  • US Space entities examine future space technology

    Seventy professionals from the space ecosystem gathered for the Space Futures Workshop, Nov. 29-30, to examine future technologies and forge a path towards ensuring the U.S. maintains its advantage in the increasingly congested and contested space domain.

  • AFRL-developed cross-domain access system expands across federal government

    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

  • AFRL-hosted Space Delta 2 Detachment welcomes new commander

    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.

  • AFRL Space leader commends team, transitions to new role

    “I’ll miss the “ah ha” moments,” said Col. Eric Felt, director of the Air Force Research Laboratory Space Vehicles Directorate, who will depart AFRL for an assignment at the Pentagon in July.  Felt became the Space Vehicles director in July 2018 and has a dual-hatted role as commander of AFRL’s