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The 2030 Science & Technology Initiative

   


INVENT THE FUTURE…TODAY

Your ideas will shape the Air Force of tomorrow.

In 1944, Theodore von Karman envisioned a new Air Force through his study Toward New Horizons. The technologies identified more than 70 years ago are the reality that keeps America safe today.  Submit your ideas to help us invent the future for 2030 and beyond.

In September 2017, Secretary of Air Force Heather Wilson launched an initiative to update the Air Force's science and technology strategy.  Over the course of a year, the Air Force will listen and learn from the scientific community, higher education, and business professionals through a series of conversations and outreach events.

Learn more: www.afresearchlab.com/2030

AFRL Leadership

Maj. Gen. William T. Cooley
Col. Elena M. Oberg
Maj. Gen.
William T. Cooley

Commander
Col. Elena M. Oberg
Vice Commander

Jack Blackhurst
Executive Director

     
Maj. Gen. William T. Cooley
Col. Douglas S. Marting

Dr. Morley O. Stone
Chief Technology Officer
Col. Douglas S. Martin
Mobilization Assistant
Chief Master Sgt. Thomas R. Christopher
Command Chief

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About AFRL

   

AFRL leads the discovery, development and product delivery of new air, space and cyberspace technologies that provide our Air Force with what it needs to defend America. Our research has turned into recognizable technologies that have changed the everyday lives of Americans, altering how we work and travel. AFRL focuses its research on developing new technology in: aerospace | sensors | information | munitions | materials and manufacturing processes | directed energy | space vehicles | improving human performance |

AFRL Inspire

     
 
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.

Visit the AFRL You Tube Channel to check out Inspire, the AFRL Century Series, and more.