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A total of 85 members from Wright-Patterson AFB hold the American flag during the singing of the national anthem April 2 at the Cincinnati Reds-Chicago Cubs opening day baseball game. The capacity crowd gave Team Wright-Patt a loud and long ovation when they were introduced. Four F-16 jets from the 178th Fighter Wing of the Air National Guard in Springfield, Ohio performed a flyover during pre-game festivities. (U.S. Air Force/Kristie Blakley) Wright-Patt's own take part in Reds' opening day festivities
Clear skies, bright sunshine and temperatures in the mid-70s provided the perfect backdrop April 2 for 85 Wright-Patterson Air Force Base members who helped commemorate and participate in opening day festivities at the Cincinnati Reds baseball game at the Great American Ball Park. During the historic and celebrated traditions of baseball's oldest
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Default Air Force Logo Generals to address AFA Conference
The Air Force Materiel Command commander and surgeon general of the Air Force are among confirmed speakers at the 2007 Air Force Assocation State Aerospace Conference, Convention and Aerospace Workshop April 20-21 at the Hope Hotel and Conference Center here. Gen. Bruce Carlson will open the first day of the conference with an update on Air Force
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The commander of AFRL, Maj. Gen. Ted Bowlds and director of ORNL, Jeff Wadsworth signed the Memorandum of Understanding March 23 and expect the agreement to improve the cost, schedule and performance goals associated with developing critical technologies for the nation through the coordination of related efforts and information exchanges. Labs agreement leverages R&D capabilities
Air Force Research Laboratory and Oak Ridge National Laboratory officials signed a memorandum of understanding March 23 to begin cooperation in exchanging technical requirements and science and technology information with the goal to leverage program development between the two national labs. The commander of AFRL, Maj. Gen. Ted Bowlds and director
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Default Air Force Logo AFRL scientist earns prestigious award
Dr. Deborah Grismer, from the Air Force Research Laboratory, has earned the 2007 Federal Women's History Month Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Role Model Award. Dr. Grismer was presented the award at a ceremony held March 21 at the Women in Military Services for America Memorial in Arlington, Virginia. The STEM Role Model Award is
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First Lt. Dan Montes, Air Force Research Laboratory, prepares to touch down on the Emerald Coast landing zone of Noriega Point at Destin Harbor after leaping from the bomb bay of a B-17 Flying Fortress named "Nine-O-Nine." The fully-restored vintage aircraft is named by the Collings Foundation in honor of a 91st Bomb Group, 323rd Squadron plane of the same name which completed 140 missions without an abort or loss of a crewman. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Dan Montes) AFRL Lieutenant experiences 'living history' with B-17 skydive
A U.S. Army Air Corps B-17 Flying Fortress that dropped seeds of war over Germany during World War II, dropped a different payload March 3 over the beaches of the Emerald Coast - to include an Air Force lieutenant who wanted to relive history. During World War II, B-17 Flying Fortresses dropped more than 500,000 tons of bombs out their bomb bays
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Technician Paul Schley of General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems (GDAIS) installs miniature microphones in the ears of test subject Beth Greschner, also of GDAIS. The microphones record sound equivalent to what an astronaut would hear at liftoff of the space shuttle. (Photo by Chris Gulliford, AFRL/HE) AFRL tests next-generation NASA communications system
Engineers at the Air Force Research Laboratory's Human Effectiveness Directorate (AFRL/HE) are testing a next-generation hearing protection and communications system for astronauts, designed for use inside NASA's advanced crew escape suit (ACES) during the remaining space shuttle missions. NASA's upgraded technology and AFRL/HE's related assessment
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Emissions testing on a TF33 engine Alternative Jet Fuel Reduces Aircraft Engine Emissions
AFRL researchers completed successful engine emissions tests to support the Department of Defense Assured Fuels Initiative, an effort geared towards securing domestic fuel sources to meet the military's energy needs. To assess the performance of a manned Air Force aircraft running on alternative jet fuel, the research team measured the particulate
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The MQ-9 Reaper Unmanned Aerial Vehicle taxis into Creech Air Force Base, Nev., Feb. 13 marking the first operational airframe of its kind to land here. This Reaper is the first of many soon to be assigned to the 42nd Attack Squadron. (U.S Air Force photo/Senior Airman Larry E. Reid Jr.) MQ-9 Reaper delivered ahead of schedule
The first MQ-9 Reaper touched down at Creech Air Force Base, Nev., March 13. Its arrival, which occurred nearly one year earlier than projected, signals another effort by Aeronautical Systems Center to meet the warfighter's needs. ASC is the primary acquisition agent responsible for developing, testing, producing, delivering and sustaining the MQ-9
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Senior Master Sgt. Jacqueline Larrison and Senior Airman Michelle Henry, 376th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron, were among the many Liberandos who came out to help load relief trucks with humanitarian cargo from the Slovak Republic to Kyrgyzstan.  (Air Force Photo/Master Sgt. Daniel Nathaniel) Wright-Patterson Airmen assist in Kyrgyzstan humanitarian aid mission
Airmen from the 376th Air Expeditionary Wing assisted with the delivery of humanitarian supplies from Slovakia to the Kyrgyz Republic here Thursday. The supplies, which were donated over a year ago, were brought to the base via a C-17 Globemaster III from Ramstein, Germany. The supplies were mounted on six pallets. Reserve Airmen deployed to Manas
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WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, OHIO -- Secretary of the Air Force Michael W. Wynne delivers his commencement address to the March 2007 graduates of the Air Force Institute of Technology at the National Museum of the United States Air Force.  Wynne is a 1970 graduate of AFIT.  Air Force Photo by Bill Hancock. Secretary of the Air Force Addresses March 2007 AFIT Graduates
More than 240 scientists, engineers, and management specialists are the recipients of graduate and doctoral degrees from the Air Force Institute of Technology. AFIT's Graduate School of Engineering and Management held its March 2007 graduation ceremony Thursday evening at the National Museum of the United States Air Force. The graduating class was
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