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The Human Systems Integration Framework tool covers the entire acquisition cycle, from early development planning to operation and sustainment to disposal. When a task box is selected, it expands to show a description of the activity, hyperlinked references to consult for more information and products that might result from the activity. (U.S. Air Force graphic) Human Systems Integration framework tool improves process for system acquisition professionals
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- The Human Systems Integration directorate, part of the Air Force Research Laboratory’s 711th Human Performance Wing, has developed a human systems integration framework (HSIF) tool to guide practitioners through the acquisition process.The concept for the tool originated several years ago with the Navy, who
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2016
Kirsten Harmon (left) and Rachel Lavey, both recent Bradford High School graduates, work together with Robert Lee, Wright Brothers Institute engineer, to attach strings to the 3-D printed mounting device. The two students collaborated with WBI and the 711th Human Performance Wing to create a stand that could hold a trumpet for a Bradford Middle School student who has limited range of motion. (U.S. Air Force photo by Gina Marie Giardina) Students collaborate at Wright-Patt, give back to community
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - Because of two Bradford students and their collaboration with the 711th Human Performance Wing and the Wright Brothers Institute here, an 8th grader at Bradford Middle School will be able to participate in the school band. Kirsten Harmon and Rachel Lavey used their creativity and knowledge of 3-D modeling at
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2016
Technical Sgt. Tia Strong and Staff Sgt. Andrew Daily, instructors with the United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine's Department of Occupational & Environmental Health, navigate Blackboard, the
commercially-hosted Learning Management System the School has contracted with to modernize its training platforms. (U.S. Air Force photo/David W. Snedigar)
USAFSAM uses Learning Management System to modernize training platforms
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- The United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine is working to modernize across the schoolhouse, and they are updating their training platforms as part of the initiative.USAFSAM, part of the Air Force Research Laboratory’s 711th Human Performance Wing, has partnered with Air Education and Training
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Wright Scholar Hannah Wyatt demonstrates her summer project titled Indoor Object Tracking to attendees during Demo Day July 29 at the Wright Brothers Institute’s Tec^Edge Innovation & Collaboration Center. Wyatt, a first-year intern, is a 2016 Beavercreek High School graduate and will be attending the University of Dayton in the fall to study civil engineering. (U.S. Air Force Photo / Gina Marie Giardina) Research students demonstrate high-tech achievements
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – The 711th Human Performance Wing’s Gaming Research Integration for Learning Laboratory® held Demo Day July 29 at the Wright Brothers Institute’s Tec^Edge Innovation & Collaboration Center here.            The demonstrations featured science, technology, engineering and math projects developed during the Air
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Air Force Capt. Patrick Mudimbi (left) translates for Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer Jonathan Ross during a training scenario in Senegal for Senegalese soldiers to counter terrorist activities. USAFSAM consultant fights terror with diversity
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – In the 711th Human Performance Wing and across the Air Force, Airmen are encouraged to bring everything they have to the fight. A large part of that fight is the fight against terrorism both at home and abroad.  Air Force Capt. Patrick Mudimbi, an environmental health consultant for the Wing’s United States
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An Air Force-invented cooling sleeve for a water bladder and cooling inserts for a specially-designed undershirt are two ways that Dr. Reginald O'Hara and his research team at the United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine hope to help Battlefield Airmen and other special operations forces avoid heat-related illness while in hot, humid conditions. (Courtesy photo) Battlefield Airmen use science to beat the heat
Heat-related illness is a critical factor when personnel are operating in extreme temperatures. Dr. Reginald O'Hara and his exercise physiology research team at the U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, are working to reduce that heat stress.
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