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FalconSAT-5FalconSAT-5
FalconSAT-5

(From left to right) U.S. Air Force Academy Cadets Matthew Knutson, Joseph Ulisse, and Bill Percoski study data from FalconSAT-5 tests at the Air Force Research Lab at Edwards Jan 21. According to a U.S. Air Force Academy Department of Astronautics press release, the primary mission of the FalconSAT-5 is to perform space weather measurements with on-board sensors in collaboration with remote ground sites. (Air Force photo/2nd Lt Belena Marquez)
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Posted: 1/27/2010

Cryo CoolerCryo Cooler
Cryo Cooler

Under an AFOSR, MURI grant, a team led by University of New Mexico professor, Dr. Mansoor Sheik-Bahae and graduate student, Dr. Denis Seletskiy created the first-ever cryo (temperatures that can only be obtained by liquefying gases) cooler that can be applied to airborne and spaceborne sensors.(Credit: Sheik-Bahae, University of New Mexico)
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Posted: 1/27/2010

The TSgt. Michael R. Gray family believes the Air Force is a great place to live, work and playThe TSgt. Michael R. Gray family believes the Air Force is a great place to live, work and play
The TSgt. Michael R. Gray family believes the Air Force is a great place to live, work and play

TSgt. Michael R. Gray, his wife Stacey and son Larsen are the Air Force Research Laboratory, 711th Human Performance Wing, Human Effectiveness Directorate January representatives for the “Year of the Air Force Family” initiative. (Photo by Maj. Anthony Carver, 711 HPW/RHXM)
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Posted: 1/12/2010

Faster and More Efficient Software for the Air ForceFaster and More Efficient Software for the Air Force
Faster and More Efficient Software for the Air Force

Dr. Myra Cohen and her team of researchers at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln have addressed the issue of faulty software. They have developed an algorithm and open source tool that is 300 times faster at generating tests and also reduces the time of software testing over its predecessor. (Credit: University of Nebraska, Lincoln)
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Posted: 1/7/2010

Cadets brief senior AFSPC and AFRL officials on FalconSAT-5 statusCadets brief senior AFSPC and AFRL officials on FalconSAT-5 status
Cadets brief senior AFSPC and AFRL officials on FalconSAT-5 status

Cadets and contractors prepare FalconSAT-5 for a battery of environmental tests at the Air Force Research Laboratory at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., Nov. 12, 2009, prior to declaring the satellite spaceflight-worthy. Cadets briefed senior officials from the AFRL and Air Force Space Command on the status of FalconSAT-5 as well as FalconSAT-3, which has been on orbit since March 2007. (U.S. Air Force photo)
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Posted: 12/22/2009

SBIR-Enabled Technology Holds Nothing Back From Aircrew SafetySBIR-Enabled Technology Holds Nothing Back From Aircrew Safety
SBIR-Enabled Technology Holds Nothing Back From Aircrew Safety

AFRL's SBIR-enabled UMARS technology will undergo delivery to Navy customers in the form of CMARS, a variable-restraint system that responds based on the severity of maneuvers or crashes, while still enabling aircrews to perform their duties.
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Posted: 12/11/2009

Air Vehicles Scientist Earns 2009 Harold Brown AwardAir Vehicles Scientist Earns 2009 Harold Brown Award
Air Vehicles Scientist Earns 2009 Harold Brown Award

Dr. Derek Kingston, AFRL Air Vehicles Directorate, received the 2009 Harold Brown award for his work toward improving algorithms for path planning, sensor steering, and the application of cooperative control for efficient, robust UAV routing.
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Posted: 12/9/2009

Lynx Aerodynamic Design Tested in AFRL Wind TunnelLynx Aerodynamic Design Tested in AFRL Wind Tunnel
Lynx Aerodynamic Design Tested in AFRL Wind Tunnel

Dr. Donald B. Paul, chief scientist of AFRL's Air Vehicles Directorate, earned the Presidential Rank Award of Distinguished Senior Professional, the highest annual honor presented to senior career professionals in recognition for their consistent level of extraordinary achievement.
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Posted: 12/9/2009

Senior Toxicologist Appointed 2009 Academy FellowSenior Toxicologist Appointed 2009 Academy Fellow
Senior Toxicologist Appointed 2009 Academy Fellow

Dr. Saber Hussain, senior toxicologist in AFRL's 711th Human Performance Wing, Human Effectiveness Directorate, Biosciences and Performance Division, Biological Interaction Group was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Toxicological Sciences. (Air Force photo)
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Posted: 12/9/2009

Live-Virtual-Constructive Contributions Earn FLC Tech Transfer AwardLive-Virtual-Constructive Contributions Earn FLC Tech Transfer Award
Live-Virtual-Constructive Contributions Earn FLC Tech Transfer Award

Kristen Schario (pictured far left), regional coordinator for the Federal Laboratory Consortium Midwest Region, presented an FLC Excellence in Technology Transfer award to AFRL's Live-Virtual-Constructive technology team. Pictured left to right are Kristen Barrera, LVC program manager, and AFRL collaborators Brian Schreiber (LUMIR Research, Inc.) and Rod Powers (Cubic Applications, Inc.) (Photo by Amanda Snyder, FLC)
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Posted: 12/9/2009

SBIR-Produced Patterns Replace Wax With Foam TechnologySBIR-Produced Patterns Replace Wax With Foam Technology
SBIR-Produced Patterns Replace Wax With Foam Technology

Produced by FOPAT Production, Inc., via AFRL Manufacturing Technology Small Business Innovation Research funding, this advanced foam pattern will dramatically improve conventional, wax-based casting processes for foundries and other aerospace component manufacturers.
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Posted: 12/9/2009

Space Access Capability Boosted by Wind Tunnel Test SuccessSpace Access Capability Boosted by Wind Tunnel Test Success
Space Access Capability Boosted by Wind Tunnel Test Success

Reusable Booster Systems pave the way to low-cost space access, and incorporating boostback technology into an RBS in order to reduce vehicle turnaround and launch prep further advances this goal. Wind tunnel testing of AFRL's boostback test article (pictured as a schlieren image) took place in the Arnold Engineering Development Center's [Theodore] von Karman Facility Tunnel A.
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Posted: 12/9/2009

    

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