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Default Air Force Logo Gaming research laboratory debuts new website
The Gaming Research Integration for Learning Laboratory (GRILL) team recently relaunched an updated version of their website with more information on the program. The site has information about GRILL research projects along with information regarding opportunities for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students, teachers, and collegiate researchers.
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2015
Second Lt. Anthony Eastin, behavioral scientist with the Air Force Research Laboratory, describes the capabilities of the Battlefield Air Targeting Man-Aided Knowledge (BATMAN) system, during the Department of Defense Lab Day at the Pentagon in Washington D.C. May 14, 2015. Lab Day showcases innovations from more than 60 Air Force, Army, Marines, Navy and Medical laboratories and engineering centers across the country. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Dan DeCook) AF Research Lab participates in DOD Lab Day
The Defense Department hosted the first ever DOD Lab Day in the courtyard of the Pentagon, May 14.
0 5/15
2015
Default Air Force Logo AF chief scientist visits AFRL, receives service honor
Dr. Mica Endsley, the chief scientist of the Air Force, met with Air Force Research Laboratory leaders at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, May 5-7, reviewing key Air Force science and technology programs, and attending a preview of the technology displays AFRL will feature at the Department of Defense Lab Day event to be held May 14 in Washington, D.C.
0 5/14
2015
Default Air Force Logo Adaptive Compliant Trailing Edge test last flight
A team of researchers from the Air Force Research Laboratory, NASA and FlexSys Inc., accomplished a long sought goal in aviation research April 22, with the last flight of the Adaptive Compliant Trailing Edge (ACTE) Flight Research program.
0 5/09
2015
The Sodium Guidestar at the Air Force Research Laboratory's Starfire Optical Range resides on a 6,240 foot hilltop at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M. Researchers with AFRL's Directed Energy Directorate use the Guidestar laser for real-time, high-fidelity tracking and imaging of satellites too faint for conventional adaptive optical imaging systems. Directed-Energy and Electro-Optics for Space Superiority (DEOSS) is one of 26 ground-breaking AFRL technologies which will be demonstrated during DOD Lab Day, May 14, 2015, at the Pentagon’s courtyard in Washington, D.C. (U.S. Air Force photo) DOD Lab Day to showcase groundbreaking technologies
The Air Force Research Laboratory will have a unique opportunity to showcase some of its groundbreaking technologies at the first ever Department of Defense Lab Day to be held at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., May 14.
0 5/05
2015
Default Air Force Logo Students participate in AFRL design challenge at Natick
More than 150 students from 17 colleges and universities and three service academies were on hand at the Natick Soldier Systems Center April 13-17, as they participated in the 2015 Air Force Research Laboratory University and Service Academy Design Challenge.
0 4/23
2015
An enhanced Surrogate Predator 3 is prepared for takeoff. Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance sensors were added to the Cessna 182 so it can mimic a Predator unmanned aerial vehicle. Air Force Research Laboratory’s Directed Energy Directorate at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., modified the Civil Air Patrol aircraft for use in military training exercises. (Courtesy photo) AF Research Laboratory redesigns mock UAV
The Air Force Research Laboratory's Surrogate Predator Program has given the warfighter a way to train in the U.S. before deploying overseas.
0 4/23
2015
Second Lt. Matthew Ruden, an Air Force Life Cycle Management Center F-15 Eagle Division program acquisitions manager, discusses acquisition flow with Bryan Gardner, an AFLCMC F-15 program systems engineer. (Air Force photo/Michele Eaton) General’s mentorship leads 2nd Lt. back to AF
Second Lt. Matthew Ruden didn't always plan to stay in the Air Force, but he plans to stay now. Ruden, an acquisitions manager for the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center's F-15 Eagle Division, will be promoted to first Lieutenant on May 1. Maj. Gen. Tom Masiello, the Air Force Research Laboratory commander, will be presiding over the ceremony, at Ruden's request.
0 4/20
2015
Default Air Force Logo University Relations seeks to bolster AFRL partnerships, recruiting
Employment recruiting efforts at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) are expanding via its University Relations program. The program is part of a multi-faceted AFRL effort to seek out and attract the best and brightest scientists and engineers (S&Es) and carry out its mission of providing Airmen with the advanced technologies needed to fly, fight and win.
0 4/05
2015
Default Air Force Logo AF research will improve camera for targeting munitions
In order for an imaging munition to find and make its mark, a variety of information is required, including high-resolution video imagery. Future Air Force munitions will likely feature wide field-of-view (WFOV) imaging seekers that provide Air Force warfighters several advantages over using traditional imaging seekers, including improved capability and lower cost.
1 3/07
2015
An operator demonstrates the portability of the handheld imaging tool. The technology provides maintainers the ability to evaluate aircraft in the field to ensure mission readiness. (Courtesy photo/Sensor Concepts Inc.) Handheld imaging tool expands aircraft inspection capability
When pilots climb into the cockpit they expect their aircraft to perform as expected, regardless if take off is from a home or deployed location; but ensuring that the aircraft is healthy enough to fly has become a challenge for the Air Force.
0 3/01
2015
Students from Missouri University of Science and Technology present their winning satellite program during the Air Force Research Laboratory Space Vehicles Directorate’s University Nanosatellite Program student competition which took place Jan. 17-19, 2015, at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M. (Courtesy photo) AFRL announces winners of student satellite competition
Students representing 10 universities competed for the chance to send a satellite they designed and built into space. The competition was sponsored by the Air Force Research Laboratory's Space Vehicles Directorate University Nanosat Program.
0 2/02
2015
Default Air Force Logo AF, small business developing critical processors for satellites
The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and a small business partner are developing technologies that they expect will enable successful use of high-power processors that operate on satellites with funding from the Air Force Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program.
0 1/11
2015
Default Air Force Logo Air Force identifies nickel-free material for F-35 aircraft systems
Through a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract with the Air Force, Triton Systems, Inc., located in Massachusetts, developed a nickel-free material technology that is positioned for transition to several F-35 Joint Strike Fighter applications. Transition of this technology is anticipated to save $550 million across the aircraft’s lifecycle
0 11/26
2014
Default Air Force Logo AFRL engineers awarded for fostering innovation, teamwork
Two Air Force electronics engineers received the 2014 National Security and International Affairs Medal for saving the lives of Soldiers in Afghanistan by creating and deploying a new aerial sensor system to help U.S. Army and special forces units detect and destroy deadly improvised explosive devices.
0 11/24
2014
Default Air Force Logo Research laboratory honors top scientists, engineers
Air Force Research Laboratory honored 12 outstanding scientists and engineers at the 2014 AFRL Fellows and Early Career Awards Banquet recently for their exceptional contributions to advancing technologies for the warfighter.
0 11/13
2014
Second Lt. Michael Emard creates slides from video snapshots Oct. 15, 2014, during a demonstration of the new Enhanced Reporting, Narrative Event Streaming Tool developed by the Air Force Research Lab, at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The program streamlines some routine tasks performed by intelligence analysts in an effort to increase their overall effectiveness and allow for faster distribution of intellgence to those that need it. Emard is a 711th Human Performance Wing behavioral scientist. (U.S. Air Force photo/Wesley Farnsworth) New application aims to improve analyst's performance
Members from an Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) team collaborated to create a new tool suite, which could be used by the Air Force intelligence community around the globe.
0 10/25
2014
Default Air Force Logo Hackathon to help solve real-world problems
The Air Force Research Laboratory is preparing to co-host LabHack, a 26-hour long coding competition which will task coding-savvy individuals, or "hackers," to creatively solve challenges that AFRL researchers face every day.
2 10/08
2014
Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work, right, presents the 2014 Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals to Ben Tran, left, and Sean Young, center, for their work in the field of national security and international affairs at the Sammie Awards national gala Sept. 22, 2014, in Washington, D.C. (DOD photo/U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Sean Hurt) Two AFRL researchers honored with 'Oscars' for public service
Two Air Force Research Laboratory engineers here were honored Sept. 22, with coveted Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals.
0 9/25
2014
Maj. Gen. Thomas Masiello takes a question from an audience member after discussing Air Force Research Laboratory breakthrough technologies during the 2014 Air Force Association's Air & Space Conference and Technology Exposition, Sept. 16, 2014, in Washington D.C. Masiello is the commander of Air Force Research Laboratory.
(U.S. Air Force photo/Scott M. Ash) AFRL commander describes Air Force’s technology vision
The Air Force Research Laboratory commander discussed the future of hypersonic technology, directed energy and autonomous systems at the 2014 Air Force Association’s Air & Space and Technology Exposition here Sept. 16.
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2014
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