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Defending base Defenders go mobile with new comm system
Thanks to a recent innovative idea, the 96th Test Wing’s support and defense unit became its latest developmental test squadron.
0 7/16
2018
Capt. Bryon Kroger, left, and 1st Lt. Carlo Viray, right, review combat applications in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Aug. 13, 2017. The officers, who are part of the Air Force’s Air Operations Center Pathfinder acquisition program run out of Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts, work with coders in an open workspace environment with civilians who train them on the techniques used by Silicon Valley’s best software programmers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Rick Berry) Airmen code for combat in Cambridge
Six teams of Airmen hung up their camo and dress uniforms to don hoodies and Star Wars apparel before traveling to Cambridge, Massachusetts, where they work with civilian software coders to build combat applications. The group of Hanscom Air Force Base Airmen are participating in the Air Operations Center Pathfinder project.
0 3/01
2018
The Air Force Medical Service is launching a mobile app that will let users access the news and information available on the AFMS website right from their smartphones. New Air Force health mobile app available for patients
The Air Force Medical Service has launched a new mobile app to connect Airmen and patients to news and information about the AFMS. The new app is a mobile version of the AFMS website, and lets users customize their experience based on the Air Force military treatment facility they use. This way, patients can get information about clinic hours, find phone numbers and get other valuable information about the MTF where they work or get care.
0 7/07
2017
82nd Training Wing’s 782nd Training Group at Sheppard AFB, Texas developed a series of mobile applications for the "Little Blue Book," giving Airmen ready access to Air Force standards, culture and basic doctrine. (Courtesy Graphic) AF culture, standards now in the palm of your hand
A series of mobile applications developed by the 367th Training Support Squadron at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, is giving Airmen ready access to Air Force standards, culture and basic doctrine.
0 2/11
2016
The Wingman Toolkit, an outreach and communication tool designed to ensure Airmen have quick and easy access to the latest Comprehensive Airman Fitness programs and resources, now has a mobile app available to download. (U.S. Air Force graphic) Comprehensive Airman Fitness on the go
The Wingman Toolkit, an outreach and communication tool designed to ensure Airmen have quick and easy access to the latest Comprehensive Airman Fitness programs and resources, now has a mobile app available to download.
1 7/16
2015
Default Air Force Logo New apps provide Airmen mobile medical education and tools
Two free mobile applications produced by the Center of Excellence for Medical Multimedia, or CEMM, are now available for Airmen and all military health system beneficiaries.
1 3/06
2014
Airmen can now download an Air Force mobile application designed to help them better get at the root of workplace problems. The AFSO21 application, available for free download from the two most popular mobile marketplaces, provides a breakdown of problem solving steps with common tools and a rubric for each step. New AF app helps with workplace problems
Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century, or AFSO21, is the Air Force's eight-step problem solving method and the application puts AFSO21 resources right at their fingertips. The application, available for free download from the two most popular mobile marketplaces, provides a breakdown of problem solving steps with common tools and a rubric for each step. A glossary of AFSO21 terms wrapped up with tools and methodologies related to other problem solving models is also available.
1 9/24
2013
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