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Senior Enlisted Advisor Visits Wright-PattSenior Enlisted Advisor Visits Wright-Patt
Senior Enlisted Advisor Visits Wright-Patt

The nation's highest-ranking enlisted leader toured Wright-Patterson Air Force Base during a six-day trip to Ohio tohear the concerns and comments of service members, veterans and community leaders and send that message to the Pentagon. Sgt. Maj. Bryan Battaglia speaks with Sgt. Kalen Mack (right) emergency room technician at the WPAFB Medical Center. (Air Force photo by Brian Brackens)
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Posted: 7/17/2015

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AFRL at DoD Lab Day

Mr. Bob Work, Deputy Secretary of Defense, listens as 2nd Lt. Tony Eastin explains Air Force Research Laboratory’s Battlefield Air Targeting Man-Aided kNowledge (BATMAN) technology. Mr. Frank Kendall, Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics (left), and Mr. Alan Shaffer, Principal Deputy, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, also listen in. BATMAN was one of 26 AFRL technologies demonstrated at DoD Lab Day at the Pentagon, May 14, 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mikee Huber)
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Posted: 6/1/2015

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Chapel One Memorial Marker Dedication

Col. Kenneth Crooks, Air Force Materiel Command 88th Air Base Wing Chaplain and Col. John Devillier, Air Force Materiel Command 88th Air Base Wing Commander unveil the memorial marker dedication for Chapel One next to building 219 at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, May 1, 2015. The Chapel One was constructed in 1942 and was taken-down in 2014. Many visited it during it’s life span and it will be truly missed among the community. The memorial marker dedication reads, “On this site stood the beloved ‘Chapel One’ serving the constitutional right to the free exercise of religion for airmen and their dependents. Through good times and bad, in personal events and national crises, it provided a place for celebration and solace. It was a sanctuary…A reminder of the holy.” (U.S. Air Force photo by Michelle Gigante)
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Posted: 5/8/2015

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AFRL University Relations program

Prof. Kenny Breur, Engineering Department, Brown University, shows one of his graduate students how to adjust a simulated bat wing for testing in the wind tunnel. Breur studies the fluid motion of how bats fly in nature so his research team can apply it to designing human engineered vehicles. Researchers at the Air Force Research Laboratory have been working on high fidelity simulations of flexible wings in collaboration with the wind tunnel work being conducted at Brown University. (U.S. Air Force Photo/AFOSR Staff)
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Posted: 3/31/2015

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Anne Munch, an advisor to the Department of Defense on sexual and domestic violence prevention strategy, presented “Sexual Assault: Naming the Unnamed Conspirator” March 10 in Kenney Hall at the Air Force Institute of Technology. During her address that was open to the base community, she described how cultural attitudes, assumptions and myths shape the outcomes of criminal sexual assault cases. (Skywrighter photo by Amy Rollins)
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Posted: 3/13/2015

University of Cincinnati’s Novel Devices lab director and professor, Jason Heikenfeld (center), discusses with his research team how extreme physical stress can change the body’s chemistry.University of Cincinnati’s Novel Devices lab director and professor, Jason Heikenfeld (center), discusses with his research team how extreme physical stress can change the body’s chemistry.
University of Cincinnati’s Novel Devices lab director and professor, Jason Heikenfeld (center), discusses with his research team how extreme physical stress can change the body’s chemistry.

University of Cincinnati’s Novel Devices lab director and professor, Jason Heikenfeld (center), discusses with his research team how extreme physical stress can change the body’s chemistry. Air Force Research Laboratory researcher, Dr. Joshua Hagen, tests a new sweat sensor prototype on the treadmill while researchers from the University of Cincinnati monitor the trial at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, Feb. 11. The sweat sensor is the product of research collaboration between AFRL’s 711 HPW and the University of Cincinnati. “We have the potential to be able to tell the person if they are in their optimal (hydration) range and what to do if they’re not,” said Hagen. (U.S. Air Force photo by Michele Eaton/88 ABW Public Affairs/Released)
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Posted: 2/27/2015

Director of Glen Helen Raptor Center Visits AFRLDirector of Glen Helen Raptor Center Visits AFRL
Director of Glen Helen Raptor Center Visits AFRL

Betty Ross, Director of the Glen Helen Raptor Center, and Helen, a red-tailed hawk, explain the likeness of raptors to Air Force materials and weapons systems as part of a morale event led by division chief Col. Shane Wilkerson during an Air Force Research Laboratory Division Call Jan. 30. Members of AFRL’s System Support Division, which provides quick reaction materials and processes support to the Air Force, learned about the attributes of the animals, which make them a preferred namesake for many Department of Defense platforms. Glen Helen is an education and ecological stewardship program through Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, that focuses on the rehabilitation of injured birds of prey. U.S. Air Force Photo by Lori Hughes
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Posted: 2/2/2015

Natalie Livingston assists Megan George, an 8th grader from Baker Middle School (Fairborn), and Jessica Meyer, an 8th grader from Ankeney Middle School (Beavercreek), as they examine DNA sampling with a microscope (Air Force photos by Diane Kofoed)Natalie Livingston assists Megan George, an 8th grader from Baker Middle School (Fairborn), and Jessica Meyer, an 8th grader from Ankeney Middle School (Beavercreek), as they examine DNA sampling with a microscope (Air Force photos by Diane Kofoed)
Natalie Livingston assists Megan George, an 8th grader from Baker Middle School (Fairborn), and Jessica Meyer, an 8th grader from Ankeney Middle School (Beavercreek), as they examine DNA sampling with a microscope (Air Force photos by Diane Kofoed)

Natalie Livingston assists Megan George, an 8th grader from Baker Middle School (Fairborn), and Jessica Meyer, an 8th grader from Ankeney Middle School (Beavercreek), as they examine DNA sampling with a microscope (Air Force photos by Diane Kofoed)
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Posted: 11/14/2014

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ACTE

For taxi testing on Oct. 31, 2014 at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base, in California, the Adaptive Compliant Trailing Edge (ACTE) flap, developed under the Air Force Research Laboratory, was extended to 20 degrees deflection. Flight results will validate whether the seamless design with its advanced lightweight materials can reduce wing structural weight, improve fuel economy and efficiency, and reduce environmental impacts. Photo credit NASA/Ken Ulbrich
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Posted: 11/7/2014

A C-17 Globemaster III from the 445th Airlift Wing departs from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Oct. 16 to deliver cargo in support of Ebola stricken regions of West Africa. (Air Force photo by Ted TheopolosA C-17 Globemaster III from the 445th Airlift Wing departs from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Oct. 16 to deliver cargo in support of Ebola stricken regions of West Africa. (Air Force photo by Ted Theopolos
A C-17 Globemaster III from the 445th Airlift Wing departs from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Oct. 16 to deliver cargo in support of Ebola stricken regions of West Africa. (Air Force photo by Ted Theopolos

A C-17 Globemaster III from the 445th Airlift Wing departs from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Oct. 16 to deliver cargo in support of Ebola stricken regions of West Africa. (Air Force photo by Ted Theopolos)
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Posted: 10/24/2014

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AF Anniv, event

Airman 1st Class Mohamed Bouraima particpates in the traditional POW/MIA Honor Table ceremony Sept. 26 at the Air Force Institute of Technology's Kenney Hall. (Air Force photo by Jeff Stephan)
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Posted: 10/3/2014

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AFRL Gaming Research Integration for Learning Lab interns

Air Force Research Laboratory Gaming Research Integration for Learning Lab interns Kenneth Howe, Macy Fraylick and Lizzie Adams demonstrate eye tracking technology Aug. 7 at the Wright Brothers Institute’s Tec^Edge Innovation and Collaboration Center in Dayton. (Air Force photo by Michele Eaton)
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Posted: 8/15/2014

    

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