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  T2 Contact Information:
Phone: (937) 904-9830
FAX: (937) 656-5368
AF.techtransfer@us.af.mil 
 

Events

 

Air Force Small Business Industry Days
Layton, UT
July 31 - Aug 2

TRIAD
Columbus, OH
Aug 12-18

FLC Midwest/Southeast Regional Meeting
Kennedy Space Center, FL
Sep 18-20

Encountering Innovation
Kansas City, KS
Oct 7-13

Defense TechConnect
Tampa, FL
Oct 22-25

Technology Transfer

Air Force Technology Transfer (T2)

  T2 logo    The Air Force Technology Transfer (T2) Program was created to ensure Air Force science and engineering activities are transferred or intentionally shared with state and local governments, academia and industry. The exchange of knowledge, expertise, equipment, and testing facilities leverages the Department of Defense (DoD) research and development investment.

The Air Force T2 Program office is located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio.

Air Force Mission: fly, fight and win... in Air, Space and Cyberspace 

T2 Leadership




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Joe Gordon
T2 Program Manager
Tricia Randall
T2 Specialist
Abby Boggs
T2 Specialist

T2 News Feed

Available Air Force Facilities

 

Through technology transfer agreements, it’s possible to partner with the Air Force to use unique, state-of-the-art testing facilities. Many facilities can be accessed directly by commercial companies and universities through T2 agreements. At other facilities Air Force personnel can conduct testing on behalf of the agreement partner. There are many possibilities. This list is a snapshot of the facilities across the Air Force that can be accessed through Technology Transfer agreements. To learn more, please call (937) 904-9830.

711th Human Performance Wing
All Facilities List

Aerospace Systems
All Facilities List

Directed Energy
Starfire Optical Range
Laser Weapons Systems
High Power Electromagnetics
Air Force Maui Optical and Supercomputing

Information Directorate
All Facilities List

Materials and Manufacturing Directorate
Laser Hardened Materials Evaluation Laboratory
Low Pressure Kinetic Ablation Testing
Material Characterization Facility

Sensors Directorate
Indoor/Outdoor Ranges

Space Vehicles
Advanced Research Collaboration and Application Development Environment (ARCADE)
Imaging Sensor Characterization Laboratory
Infrared Radiation Effects Laboratory (IRREL)
Spacecraft Performance Analytics and Computing Environment Research (SPACER)

 

Success Stories


Air Force Agreement Provides Hands-on Lab Experience for Thurgood Marshall College Fund Scholars

AFRL Shares AgilePod Data With Industry to Further Development

Air Force Looking to Additive Manufacturing to Expand Hypersonic Flight Capabilities

AFRL Green Monopropellant Licensed to Nevada Small Business

Advanced Navigation System Developed through Air Force Agreement

AFRL Agreement will Further Non-contact Inspection Method Developments

Air Force Teams with Industry to Further Aircraft and Radome Coating Research

30th Space Wing Partners with Discovery Museum to Create Space Launch Exhibit

Aerospace Systems Directorate Uses Educational Partnerships to Further STEM Program

World’s Largest Launched Amateur Rocket Built Through Air Force Educational Partnership Agreement

Air Force Partnership with Industry Sparks a More Robust STEM Internship Program

Air Force Patent license Could Lead to Natural Fiber Automotive Components

Commander’s Challenge Active Shooter Technology Licensed by New Small Business

AFRL Shares UAV Software to Further Research

AFRL Agreement Aimed at Protecting Public from UAS Noise

AFRL Material Transfer Agreement Leads to International Research Grant with Australia

Air Force and Michigan State University Research Results in Programmable MEMs Developments

AFRL Scientists Provide Technical Expertise, Consulting to Local Company Developing Technologies for Physicians

Endpoint Cybersecurity Technology Deployed through Air Force CRADA

Information Transfer Agreement Enables AFRL Software Sharing with Industry

Air Force Agreement Provides Educational Opportunities to Local Community

Air Force Partnership with University Enables 3D Technology Research

Air Force Partners With Rio Grande Neurosciences on Transcranial Stimulation Research

Air Force Agreement Helps Small Business Compete in the General Aviation Industry 

Monitoring Technology for Weapon Systems is One Goal of New AFRL Agreement

Air Force Supports Improved Method for Transporting Traumatic Brain Injury Patients 

Air Force Agreement allows Ionospheric research to continue 

Air Force Partners With Athletes and Coaches for Evaluation of Stress and Development of Recovery Methods

Air Force Agreement Enables Collaboration on Aircraft Anti-Icing Technology 

Air Force Signs First-Ever CRADA for the Non-DoD Military Aircraft Office

USAFSAM Working to Help Battlefield Airmen Beat the Heat

PIA-Purdue Research Foundation 

Educational Partnership Agreement Provides Collaboration Opportunities

Life-Saving Wound Treatment Revolutionizes Warfighter and Civilian Care 

AFTAC Agreement Aims to Improve Cloud Computing for Large Data Sets    

USAFSAM to Study Potential Transfer of Novel Viruses via Bed Bugs