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Former U.S. Air Force Capt. Chris Perrine, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, chief of acquisitions for net centric services-2, from Robbins Air Force Base, Ga., monitors his team’s active shooter detection system during the 2015 Air Force Research Laboratory Commander’s Challenge. Commander’s Challenge active shooter technology licensed by new small business
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, OHIO – A recently signed Air Force Research Laboratory patent licensing agreement is set to commercialize an active shooter alert system developed by the Air Force. The AFRL Sensors Directorate signed a patent license agreement with the newly incorporated Protective Innovations. The company, soon to be headquartered
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DAYTON, Ohio – Staff Sgt. Malcolm MacDougall, 88th Security Forces Squadron unit instructor, demonstrates the correct way to enter a room during clearing operations to 88 SFS defenders during annual training July 12. MacDougall instructs the week-long course two to three times a month to classes that average 12 to 15 students. (U.S. Air Force photo/John Harrington) Security trainers sharpen defenders’ responsive edge
DAYTON, Ohio –  Active shooter incidents in the United States saw the highest two-year averages in the past 16 years between 2014 and 2015, according to a 2016 report by the FBI.  Fatal shootings at Fort Hood, Fort Bragg, Washington Navy Yard and installations in Tennessee highlight that military bases aren’t immune to the violence. And, if it
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