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Program Executive Officer for Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence and Networks Brig. Gen. Michael Schmidt looks over acquisition strategies with his deputy, Scott Owens, at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., Friday, May 18. Schmidt and Owens recently took over leadership of the C3I&N directorate in April and say they are working towards enabling a workforce which acquires systems at the speed technology evolves. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Todd Maki) Schmidt digs into network acquisition
“It’s harder, in this portfolio, to visualize what we’re giving to the warfighter than some of the other three PEO’s I’ve had the privilege to lead,” said Brig. Gen. Michael Schmidt. “But make no mistake, it doesn’t matter if you have the coolest B-21 or F-35 in the air, it won’t do any good for you without the awareness generated by networks we manage here.”
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2018
Voxelated liquid crystal elastomers AFRL unveils “one-stop” technology licensing
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – The Air Force Research Laboratory is making it easier than ever for entrepreneurs to turn vision into reality with Express Technology Licensing. The groundbreaking effort is a new approach to moving AFRL laboratory technologies into the commercial sector. Through Express Licensing, innovators and
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2018
E-8C Joint STARS One E-8C JSTARS to undergo organic depot maintenance
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio --  The Air Force plans to bring an E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System, better known as JSTARS, into the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, Robins AFB, Georgia, for Programmed Depot Maintenance by Summer 2018.   The move would increase PDM capacity by demonstrating an organic depot-capacity
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2018
Lt. Gen. Mark Ediger, U.S. Air Force Surgeon General, photographed in his office at the Pentagon, July 8, 2016. Ediger retires from the Air Force, June 1, 2018. (U.S. Air Force photo by J.M. Eddins Jr.) Retiring Surgeon General saw revolution in expeditionary care
Air Force Medicine has changed significantly since 1986, when Lt. Gen. Mark Ediger left his family medicine practice in Missouri to join the Air Force. Ediger, the U.S. Air Force Surgeon General, retires June 1, after a 32-year career that took him around the world, through numerous postings and varied roles. Although Ediger rose to the highest position in Air Force Medicine, he says that was not his intended career path.
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2018
Default Air Force Logo Air Force and MIT-LL further waveform development through partnership
ROME LABORATORY, New York – The Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate and Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory (MIT-LL) are working together to test advanced waveforms that can work at high frequencies (i.e. HF-band).The two laboratories signed a commercial test agreement (CTA) that made it possible for MIT
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2018
Program Executive Officer for Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence and Networks Brig. Gen. Michael Schmidt looks over acquisition strategies with his deputy, Scott Owens, at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., Friday, May 18. Schmidt and Owens recently took over leadership of the C3I&N directorate in April and say they are working towards enabling a workforce which acquires systems at the speed technology evolves. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Todd Maki) Schmidt digs into network acquisition
“It’s harder, in this portfolio, to visualize what we’re giving to the warfighter than some of the other three PEO’s I’ve had the privilege to lead,” said Brig. Gen. Michael Schmidt. “But make no mistake, it doesn’t matter if you have the coolest B-21 or F-35 in the air, it won’t do any good for you without the awareness generated by networks we manage here.”
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2018
Madyson (on the right) teaches the beginners class, and she is instructing one of her students on martial arts moves. (Courtesy photo) It’s a family affair to the nth degree
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – Bruce Jones has been the martial arts instructor at the base youth center since 1996; and under his instruction, Master Sgt. Matthew Bruce, NCOIC of Cyber systems, Air Force Institute of Technology, Master Sgt. Bruce’s wife, Natalie and their children, have trained together in Taekwondo, earning three black
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2018
Hanscom helps expand knowledge on OASIS Hanscom helps expand knowledge on OASIS
Employees from Hanscom and industry representatives from small businesses got a chance to learn about a unique contract vehicle during training and a small business industry day here May 8.
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2018
Wright-Patt continues to be aTree City USA community Wright-Patt continues to be a Tree City USA community
MIAMISBURG, Ohio - Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is celebrating its 21st year as a "Tree City USA" community and joined 240 other communities throughout the State for recognition during a Tree City USA award program on April 20.Wright-Patt also received a growth award by going above and beyond in management of its urban forest.  The Tree City USA
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2018
Pinwheel Gardens and Blue Ribbon Trees raise awareness for child abuse Pinwheel Gardens and Blue Ribbon Trees bring awareness to child abuse
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – Under the theme “Strong Communities Strengthen Families” the Wright-Patt Family Advocacy program hosted a number of activities recently throughout the base to foster awareness during National Child Abuse Prevention Month.Since 1983, April has been designated the month to bring child abuse and neglect to the
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