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Supercomputer supports Gotcha radarSupercomputer supports Gotcha radar
Supercomputer supports Gotcha radar

Dr. Michael Minardi uses a touch screen August 31 to demonstrate synthetic aperture radar imagery captured during a previous test of the Gotcha radar system over Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Air Force Research Laboratory is developing Gotcha with the aid of an SGI Altix ICE 8200 supercomputer which will translate raw radar data in real-time into high-resolution 3-dimensional images. Gotcha is one of portfolio of research efforts to provide enhanced intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities to future joint warfighters. Dr. Minardi is Gotcha program manager with AFRL’s Sensors Directorate. (U.S. Air Force photo/Charles Abruzzino)
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Posted: 9/1/2009

AFOSR and NASA launch rocket environmentally friendly fueled rocketAFOSR and NASA launch rocket environmentally friendly fueled rocket
AFOSR and NASA launch rocket environmentally friendly fueled rocket

The Air Force Office of Scientific Research and NASA launched the first-ever test rocket fueled by environmentally-friendly Aluminum-Ice Propellant August 7 near Purdue University. The ALICE flight-vehicle accelerated to a speed of 205 mph and reached an altitude of nearly 1300 feet. (Credit: Dr. Steven F. Son, Purdue University)
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Posted: 9/2/2009

Air Force, NASA test launch environmentally friendly rocket fuelAir Force, NASA test launch environmentally friendly rocket fuel
Air Force, NASA test launch environmentally friendly rocket fuel

The Air Force Office of Scientific Research and NASA successfully test launched the first-ever rocket powered with environmentally friendly Aluminum-Ice Propellant August 7 near Purdue University. The ALICE flight-vehicle pictured here assembled on its launch rail, consists of an all-carbon-fiber, minimum diameter high-power rocketry kit. (Credit: Dr. Steven F. Son, Purdue University)
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Posted: 9/2/2009

711 HPW gear goes downrange for assessment711 HPW gear goes downrange for assessment
711 HPW gear goes downrange for assessment

Master Sergeant Robert W. Bean, outfitted with more than 80 pounds of combat, communications and medical gear, prepares to embark on a mission in southern Afghanistan. His equipment includes a wearable computer and other technology developed by the Air Force Research Laboratory’s 711th Human Effectiveness Directorate—designed to reduce weight and increase U. S. warfighters’ efficiency in the field—which MSgt. Bean and fellow pararescue jumpers field-evaluated for application to their rescue-and-recovery mission. (Air Force photo)
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Posted: 8/13/2009

711 HPW gear goes downrange for assessment711 HPW gear goes downrange for assessment
711 HPW gear goes downrange for assessment

Master Sergeant Robert W. Bean, outfitted with more than 80 pounds of combat, communications and medical gear, prepares to embark on a mission in southern Afghanistan. His equipment includes a wearable computer and other technology developed by the Air Force Research Laboratory’s 711th Human Effectiveness Directorate—designed to reduce weight and increase U. S. warfighters’ efficiency in the field—which MSgt. Bean and fellow pararescue jumpers field-evaluated for application to their rescue-and-recovery mission. (Air Force photo)
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Posted: 8/13/2009

711 HPW gear goes downrange for assessment711 HPW gear goes downrange for assessment
711 HPW gear goes downrange for assessment

Master Sergeant Robert W. Bean, outfitted with more than 80 pounds of combat, communications and medical gear, prepares to embark on a mission in southern Afghanistan. His equipment includes a wearable computer and other technology developed by the Air Force Research Laboratory’s 711th Human Effectiveness Directorate—designed to reduce weight and increase U. S. warfighters’ efficiency in the field—which MSgt. Bean and fellow pararescue jumpers field-evaluated for application to their rescue-and-recovery mission. (Air Force photo)
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Posted: 8/13/2009

Groundbreaking ceremony for new AFRL Information Directorate Groundbreaking ceremony for new AFRL Information Directorate
Groundbreaking ceremony for new AFRL Information Directorate

Gen. Donald Hoffman, Air Force Materiel Command commander, Dr. Davy Belk, AFRL Information Directorate director and former directors Dr. Donald Hanson and Mr. Raymond Urtz break ground on a BRAC MILCON project groundbreaking at Rome Research Site, NY. The $10.25 million contract will add 28,000 square-feet to the exsisting Information Directorate complex and additionally alter approximately 18,600 square-feet to accommodate new laboratory and support facilities in support of the Information Directorate’s scientific and technical mission.
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Posted: 8/12/2009

Gen. Donald Hoffman breaks ground on new Information Directorate complexGen. Donald Hoffman breaks ground on new Information Directorate complex
Gen. Donald Hoffman breaks ground on new Information Directorate complex

Gen. Donald Hoffman, Air Force Materiel Command commander, provides opening remarks during a BRAC MILCON project groundbreaking at Rome Research Site, NY. The $10.25 million contract will add 28,000 square-feet to the exsisting Information Directorate complex and additionally alter approximately 18,600 square-feet to accommodate new laboratory and support facilities in support of the Information Directorate’s scientific and technical mission.
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Posted: 8/12/2009

Dr. Davy Belk breaks ground on the new Information Directorate complexDr. Davy Belk breaks ground on the new Information Directorate complex
Dr. Davy Belk breaks ground on the new Information Directorate complex

Dr. Davy Belk, AFRL Information Directorate director, provides opening remarks during a BRAC MILCON project groundbreaking at Rome Research Site, NY. The $10.25 million contract will add 28,000 square-feet to the existing Information Directorate complex and additionally alter approximately 18,600 square-feet to accommodate new laboratory and support facilities in support of the Information Directorate’s scientific and technical mission.
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Posted: 8/12/2009

Will McCuddy with the Long E-Z aircraftWill McCuddy with the Long E-Z aircraft
Will McCuddy with the Long E-Z aircraft

Will McCuddy, former Wright Scholar at the Air Force Museum Annex with the Long E-Z aircraft which contains the pulse detonation engine he worked on after his time in the program.
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Posted: 8/11/2009

New AFRL Air Vehicles Directorate commanderNew AFRL Air Vehicles Directorate commander
New AFRL Air Vehicles Directorate commander

Mr. Joe Sciabica hands over command of the Air Force Research Laboratory's Air Vehicles Directorate and Wright Research Site to Col. Michael C. Hatfield during a July 15 ceremony at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Col. Hatfield succeeded Col. John B. Wissler. Mr. Sciabica is AFRL executive director. (U.S. Air Force photo/Al Bright)
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Posted: 8/4/2009

AFOSR MC PECASE Winner Plans to Continue Research in DetectionAFOSR MC PECASE Winner Plans to Continue Research in Detection
AFOSR MC PECASE Winner Plans to Continue Research in Detection

Dr. Scott Craver, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at Binghamton University, is investigating the development of detectors that are resistant to exploitation for an adversary's algorithms. (Credit: Craver, Binghamton University)
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Posted: 8/5/2009

    

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