Around the Air Force: Fuel From Thin Air, USSF Support, Bomber Task Force, Innovative Logistics

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  • By Staff Sgt. Britt Crolley
  • Air Force TV

This week’s look Around the Air Force highlights a new technology that converts carbon dioxide into jet fuel, Air Force Materiel Command is one step closer to becoming the servicing major command for Space Force-assigned Airmen, Bomber Task Force missions in support of the Indo-Pacific, and Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall’s call for technically and operationally innovative approaches to meet logistics challenges. (Hosted by Staff Sgt. Jevon Smith)

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Related links:
- Air Force Materiel Command reaches IOC as servicing major command for Space Force
- The Air Force partners with Twelve, proves it’s possible to make jet fuel out of thin air
- B-1B Lancers deploy in support of Pacific Air Forces’ Bomber Task Force mission
- Kendall calls for ‘technically and operationally innovative approaches’ to meet logistics challenges