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  • NAVAIR Sustainment Group honors ‘Father of Logistics’ during annual awards ceremony

    The Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) Sustainment Group recognized members of its workforce during a ceremony on the Lakehurst side of base July 31 for their innovation and dedication to supporting the fleet. The 19th Annual Michael G. Simodejka Awards continued the tradition of honoring Michael G. Simodejka, the father of the NAVAIR logistics community and first civilian director of Logistics for the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD).
  • AFRL licenses second technology to local firm

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - Battle Sight Technologies has acquired a second patent
  • Innovation's role in multi-domain operations on latest "Developing Mach-21 Airmen" podcast

    On the pod, Lt. Col. Eric Frahm, director of the AETC Integrated Technology Detachment talks about the concept of innovation and its role in helping produce Airmen who more lethal and ready to execute the mission in the multi-domain operational environment is the focus of the latest episode of "Developing Mach-21 Airmen," released Aug 14.
  • 82nd TRW faculty development tests avatar-based counseling platform

    The 82nd Training Wing Faculty Development Flight is jumping on board the technology train to teach new technical training instructors an old technique in a tried-and-true, yet innovative way – simulation. Basic Instructor Course students are provided an overview of the technology they are about to experience during the roughly 10-minute counseling simulation scenario, which can range in topics from suicide and depression to purposefully failing and mental aptitude.
  • Maintainers Maintain Mission Readiness

    Fighter jets and heavies can rule the skies, but they need to get there first. It takes strict attention to detail from aircraft maintainers to service aircraft in order to launch them to the battlefield.
  • 100th AMXS, 100th MXS test innovative in-ear headset

    An innovative in-ear headset is being tested by the 100th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and 100th Maintenance Squadron at RAF Mildenhall, England. The device, which uses the bones in the user’s ear to transmit sound waves, provides both communication and hearing preservation capabilities to Airmen working in noisy environments.
  • Fix these broken wings – part fabrication saves Air Force time, money

    Team Edwards members worked together to save the Air Force more than $1 million in repair costs recently at Edwards Air Force Base, California. Airmen from the 412th Maintenance Squadron discovered damages on a T-38 Talon during a 225-hour inspection.
  • Keesler powers up with innovation

    A ceremony was held at the Keesler Air Force Base commissary parking lot August 8, to introduce a
  • AFRL researcher named American Chemical Society Fellow

     WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - A research chemist from the Air Force Research Laboratory
  • AFRL researcher honored with 2019 SASE award

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers holds an
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