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Steve Zuraski, an optical engineer with the Air Force Research Laboratory, works with the Turbulence and Aerosol Research Dynamic Interrogation System, or TARDIS laser in an Air Force Institute of Technology lab at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, June 21, 2017. Zuraski is an AFIT student earning an advanced degree in engineering physics. (U.S. Air Force photo/R.J. Oriez) Joint AFRL-AFIT research project achieves ‘first light’ at John Bryan State Park observatory
YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio – A research project intended to enable more precise imaging of space objects has moved from lab bench testing to field testing at the John Bryan State Park observatory, illuminating night skies with a green laser beam of light.The project is a collaboration between the Electro-Optical Space Situational Awareness Team of the
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Under Secretary of the Air Force visits Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Under Secretary lauds AFIT students for their cutting-edge work
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio - Under Secretary of the Air Force Matthew P. Donovan visited Wright-Patt March 13 to give the keynote address for the 2018 Air Force Operations Research Symposium at the Air Force Institute of Technology.During his address Donovan lauded the students for their cutting-edge work, which is at the heart of the
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Master Sgt. Misti Rodriguez, Academic Coding Branch superintendent, inputs a transcript into the Air Force Military Personnel Data System to update an officer's record. Two Airmen at the Coding Branch, including Rodriguez, update more than 1,000 transcripts a month in support of some 130,000 total force Air Force officers.  (U.S. Air Force photo/John Harrington) AFIT Academic Coding Branch provides critical service to total force officers
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – While academic degrees are generally masked at officer promotion boards, they still play a critical role for certain leadership and technical positions, so keeping official records updated with the most accurate information can be vital.Some situations where having an updated academic record is crucial
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WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – 200th RED HORSE Detachment 1 Airmen begin the demolition of a condemned pavilion at the Air Force Institute of Technology Nov. 17, 2017. 200 RHS is using the demolition and subsequent construction of a new pavilion as a cooperative training exercise along with AFIT students and faculty. (U.S. Air Force photo/Katie Scott) RED HORSE demolishes pavilion, builds up Airmen at AFIT
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio –  Airmen of the 200th RED HORSE Squadron from the Ohio Air National Guard demolished a condemned pavilion at the Air Force Institute of Technology here as part of a week-long Troop Training Project in early November.RED HORSE stands for Rapid Engineer Heavy Operations Repair Squadron Engineers. RED HORSE’s
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