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Air Force Research Laboratory


  The Air Force Research Laboratory is a global technical enterprise, boasting some of the best and brightest leaders in the world. We are Revolutionary, Relevant, and Responsive to the Warfighter. We defend America by unleashing the unconquerable power of scientific and technical innovation. Our mission is leading the discovery, development, and integration of affordable warfighting technologies for our air, space, and cyberspace force.  
 

AFRL Leadership

Maj. Gen. Robert D. McMurry, Jr. Col. Evan Dertien Mr. C. Douglas Ebersole
Maj. Gen. Robert D. McMurry, Jr.
Commander
Col. Evan Dertien
Vice Commander

Mr. C. Douglas Ebersole
Executive Director
Dr. Morley O. Stone Chief Master Sgt. Thomas R. Christopher Brig. Gen. Jay 'Scott' Goldstein

Dr. Morley O. Stone
Chief Technology Officer

Chief Master Sgt.
Thomas R. Christopher

Command Chief

Brig. Gen. Jay "Scott" Goldstein
Mobilization Assistant to the Commander

AFRL - In the News

AFRL Photos in the News

   Event inspires AFRL workforce, future scientists and engineers  
  AFRL Inspire is a series of talks which seeks to energize and motivate the current and next generation of Air Force scientists and engineers.  Inspired by the popular TED Talks series, AFRL Inspire consists of presentations by AFRL researchers who have made important discoveries, solved complex technical challenges, developed new USAF capabilities, and directly impacted the safety and mission success of the warfighter.

Videos of the Oct. 28, 2015 inaugural event are available for viewing at the Team AFRL You Tube Channel.

AFRL ALLSTARS

 

The AFRL Lessons Learned (ALLSTARS) program is designed to enhance aviation safety through the prevention of accidents and incidents.

It is an identity protected, self-reporting system designed to encourage the voluntary reporting of operations, logistics/maintenance, and other ground safety issues and events. 

Click here to download the reporting form.