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  • Multi-Domain Warfare students learn more about peer threat, JADC2 emerging technologies at Nellis

    The Multi-Domain Warfare Officer Initial Skills Training class 21B visited the 805th Combat Training Squadron’s Shadow Operations Center at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, also known as the ShOC-N, to observe the experimentation and incubation of new command and control technologies and development of C2 tactics, techniques, and procedures, Sept. 23-24.
  • CYBERSECURITY: 152nd Communications Flight, UNR Cyber Club work together to develop skills

    The 152nd Communications Flight (CF), Nevada Air National Guard, and the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) Cyber Club have created a partnership that aims to evolve each organization’s cybersecurity skills and techniques.
  • Operation BOLO searches for innovative thinkers

    Airmen assigned to the 8th Fighter Wing write down innovative ideas during an Operation Be On the
  • US, UK research labs collaborate on autonomy, artificial intelligence

    The Air Force Research Laboratory, in partnership with United Kingdom’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, hosted an in-person and virtual demonstration highlighting the U.S and the U.K.'s ability to integrate both nation's Artificial Intelligence technologies through a common platform.
  • Air Force Research Lab researchers partner with National Science Foundation awardees on advanced materials research

    The Designing Materials to Revolutionize and Engineer our Future (DMREF) program is the primary means by which the national Science Foundation (NSF) actively contributes to the Materials Genome Initiative (MGI) for Global Competitiveness. On this tenth anniversary of MGI, NSF announced a $65.3 million investment in 37 new DMREF awards supported by nine Divisions across the Directorates of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Engineering, and Computer and Information Science and Engineering. Among this cohort, 13 awards include Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) collaborators, spanning three AFRL Directorates, through the NSF - Air Force Partnership in Advanced Material Sciences.
  • Innovation drives us forward

    The 50th Civil Engineer Squadron’s own U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Justin Nevins, unit deployment manager, participated in briefing commanders during the Innovative Warfighters Advancing Readiness panel at Schriever Space Force Base, Colorado, March 3, 2020. The IWAR panel first started in 2018 and is used to fast track approval for innovative ideas at Schriever SFB. Nevins’ idea encouraged Schriever SFB to improve safety and efficiency of their snowplows. The changes to the snow plows were finished earlier this year, and the trucks are ready to be used this winter season.
  • Kendall calls for ‘technically and operationally innovative approaches’ to meet logistics challenges

    Kendall’s keynote remarks to the National Defense Transportation Association and the U.S. Transportation Command’s Fall Meeting offered in unvarnished terms the challenges facing the United States posed by China and what the U.S. must do to best maintain global stability.
  • 76th SWEG team takes lead in Air Force high-profile research project

    The main strategy the XG team uses as they think about the necessary digital transformation of embedded development is: “Think Big, Start Small, Scale Fast.”
  • Innovative Strikers aid Command's ability to accelerate change

    Striker Airmen pitched innovative ideas to Air Force Global Strike Command and civilian leadership
  • Trailblazer talks innovation, diversity, recruitment

    The 14th Flying Training Wing hosted U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Jeannie Leavitt, Department of the Air Force chief of safety, Headquaters U.S. Air Force Arlington, VA, and the Air Force Safety Center commander, Kirtland Air Force Base, NM., Oct. 13, 2021, on Columbus Air Force Base, Miss., during her visit as a distinguished guest for a Mississippi State University, USAF Detachment 425 formal evening event.