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  • Grand Forks Airman leads digital transition

    Staff Sgt. Kyle Marquart, Unit Security Manager for the 348th Reconnaissance Squadron, made movements in waste reduction by initiating and leading the transition of the Squadron Aviation Resource Management (SARM) records from paper to digital.
  • Kingsley procures new equipment under ARCWERX Innovation Program

    No matter how big or small the base, power outages are a risk that all Air Force bases must prepare for. That’s why the 173rd Fighter Wing Electrical Power Production shop maintains and regularly tests a set of 12 mobile and fixed generators around the base, and they recently were upgraded.
  • Mothers in maintenance

    Women of the 90th Aircraft Maintenance Unit are leading the way in innovation and inclusion with their new lactation pod, allowing Airmen who are nursing mothers to continue contributing to the mission at work and at home.
  • Joint Base Charleston innovation lab looks to further innovation with automated processes

    Joint Base Charleston’s innovation lab, Palmetto Spark, worked with Air Force mission partners to create new automated processes to help not only Team Charleston, but the entire military.
  • AFMC launches 2022 Spark Tank competition

    The 2022 Air Force Materiel Command Spark Tank competition launches July 1, and Airmen can submit their innovative, game-changing ideas to compete through September 1, 2021.
  • First-of-its-kind conference tackles sexual assault

    Victim advocates and peer influencers from installations across Air Force Global Strike Command came
  • Air Force tests child care subletting app

    The Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center is testing a mobile app designed to centralize and streamline the subletting of short-term slots at military child development centers this summer.
  • Team Keesler tests new feedback process

    Keesler’s Community Action Team is testing a new feedback process for Airmen, Civilians, and any
  • 19th CONS hosts TLR’s inaugural Pitch Day

    The 19th Contracting Squadron recently hosted Little Rock Air Force Base’s first ever Pitch Day at the Jacksonville Community Center, June 3.
  • LR WERX bright idea earns golden ticket

    Just like the kids from “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory”, LR WERX scored a golden ticket for their pitch at the 2021 Strike Tank Innovation Rodeo here, but unlike Veruca Salt, their bright idea was deemed a “good egg.”
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