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An Indiana bat found at Wright-Patterson during a mist net survey, by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife, June 2017. (Used with permission. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service courtesy photo/Keith Lott) Turtles and critters and snakes, Oh My!
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio — It’s a given that base personnel, both military and civilian, are the military’s greatest assets. However, according to Darryn Warner, 88th Civil Engineering Group, natural resources program manager, and William Williams, 88th Civil Engineering Squadron, pest control manager, there are some important
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APTO Weather Balloon project AFRL Advanced Power Technology Office seeks innovative tech solutions
Through an Advanced Research Announcement, published May 4, 2018, on the Federal Business Opportunities website, APTO is looking to tap into new and fresh ideas to enhance energy security and readiness for Air Force installations and military operations.
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CorRES corrosion and coating evaluation system New corrosion evaluation system makes “sense” for Air Force
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio –  As next-generation material development drives advances in Air Force technology, understanding the ability of new materials to perform in the operational environment is paramount to transition success. This is particularly important to scientists working to develop new, high performance Air Force coating
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