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711 HPW adopts a spot711 HPW adopts a spot
711 HPW adopts a spot

Staff Sergeant Amanda Taylor and Technical Sergeant Jerimiah Jackson, 711th Human Performance Wing, U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine, Occupational and Environmental Health Department, Risk Analysis Branch, clean up litter along Kauffman Avenue in Fairborn. The 711 HPW is participating in Greene County’s Adopt-A-Spot Program and has made a commitment to keep clean a portion of Kauffman Avenue. Thirty-two people from the 711 HPW spruced up the roadside on Nov. 5. (Photo by Elizabeth Long, 711 HPW)
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Posted: 11/9/2010

711 HPW adopts a spot711 HPW adopts a spot
711 HPW adopts a spot

Technical Sergeant Roy Adams, 711th Human Performance Wing, Biosciences and Performance Division, Counter-Proliferation Branch, cleans up litter along Kauffman Avenue in Fairborn, Ohio. The 711 HPW is participating in Greene County’s Adopt-A-Spot Program and has made a commitment to keep clean a portion of Kauffman Avenue. Thirty-two people from the 711 HPW spruced up the roadside on Nov. 5. (Photo by Elizabeth Long, 711 HPW)
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Posted: 11/9/2010

What's Under the Hood?What's Under the Hood?
What's Under the Hood?

Approximately 3,500 Playstation 3 game consoles are being installed at the Air Force Research Laboratory in Rome, N.Y. The consoles provide a low cost solution for the computing power required for research at the facility. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Jack Braden)
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Posted: 10/26/2010

What's Under the Hood?What's Under the Hood?
What's Under the Hood?

Playstation 3 game consoles are lined up for cataloging in an Air Force Research Laboratory warehouse in Rome, N.Y.
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Posted: 10/26/2010

Title III Nets Honors for High-Temperature Superconducting Advances Title III Nets Honors for High-Temperature Superconducting Advances
Title III Nets Honors for High-Temperature Superconducting Advances

An AFRL Manufacturing Technology-led program effort earned the 2010 Federal Laboratory Consortium Technology Transfer Interagency Partnership Award for its advances in yttrium barium copper oxide-coated high-temperature superconductor wire. The honor recognizes lab employees from at least two different agencies who have collaboratively accomplished outstanding work in transferring a technology. (AFRL image)
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Posted: 10/15/2010

Senior Scientific Advisor Earns Fellow StandingSenior Scientific Advisor Earns Fellow Standing
Senior Scientific Advisor Earns Fellow Standing

AFRL 2010 Fellow Mr. Richard McKinley, of the 711th Human Performance Wing, Human Effectiveness Directorate (Air Force image)
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Posted: 10/15/2010

Dr. Winston Bennett Named Among AFRL 2010 Fellows Dr. Winston Bennett Named Among AFRL 2010 Fellows
Dr. Winston Bennett Named Among AFRL 2010 Fellows

AFRL 2010 Fellow Dr. Winston (Wink) Bennett, of the 711th Human Performance Wing, Human Effectiveness Directorate (Air Force image)
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Posted: 10/15/2010

SIC Manufacturing Advances Aid Next Generation Engine TechnologySIC Manufacturing Advances Aid Next Generation Engine Technology
SIC Manufacturing Advances Aid Next Generation Engine Technology

An AFRL/industry team's transition of improved capabilities for manufacturing silicon-carbide-based ceramic matrix composites (used for high-performance aerospace engine components) means greater savings and performance. Pictured are turbine engine components that could benefit from in-line tow coating advances. (AFRL image)
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Posted: 10/15/2010

Tech Transfer Pulls-and Pushes-Its Weight in Lab/Industry PartneringTech Transfer Pulls-and Pushes-Its Weight in Lab/Industry Partnering
Tech Transfer Pulls-and Pushes-Its Weight in Lab/Industry Partnering

A combat controller searches for targets while immersed in the Joint Terminal Attack Control Training and Rehearsal System's live-virtual-constructive environment. (Air Force photo by Gina Cinardo, 711 HPW)
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Posted: 10/15/2010

Tech Transfer Pulls-and Pushes-Its Weight in Lab/Industry PartneringTech Transfer Pulls-and Pushes-Its Weight in Lab/Industry Partnering
Tech Transfer Pulls-and Pushes-Its Weight in Lab/Industry Partnering

An anthropometry specialist prepares a firefighter test subject (dressed in full turnout gear) for a three-dimensional scan at AFRL's Computerized Anthropometric Research and Design laboratory. (Air Force photo by Chris Gulliford, 711 HPW)
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Posted: 10/15/2010

Lab Gets It 'Write' With Novel Manufacturing MethodsLab Gets It 'Write' With Novel Manufacturing Methods
Lab Gets It 'Write' With Novel Manufacturing Methods

AFRL's most recently demonstrated DW method entails M3D, which employs aerodynamic focusing to deposit chemical precursor solutions and/or colloidal suspensions directly onto material surfaces. (AFRL image)
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Posted: 10/15/2010

Lab Gets It 'Write' With Novel Manufacturing MethodsLab Gets It 'Write' With Novel Manufacturing Methods
Lab Gets It 'Write' With Novel Manufacturing Methods

AFRL uses direct-write manufacturing to create new structures and integrated materials. Pictured is a researcher employing Mesoscale Maskless Material Deposition, one of many DW techniques enabling the three-dimensional deposition of functional materials directly onto a material surface. (AFRL image)
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Posted: 10/15/2010

New Composite Material Skins the HTE CompetitionNew Composite Material Skins the HTE Competition
New Composite Material Skins the HTE Competition

AFRL's newly developed skin for the hot trailing edge of the B-2 aircraft consists of the composite material AFR-PE-4. (Air Force image)
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Posted: 10/15/2010

Lab Collaborates with NCAMP on Material Properties DatabaseLab Collaborates with NCAMP on Material Properties Database
Lab Collaborates with NCAMP on Material Properties Database

MVK-14 FreeForm polyimide autoclave molded parts (AFRL image)
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Posted: 10/14/2010

Lab Collaborates with NCAMP on Material Properties DatabaseLab Collaborates with NCAMP on Material Properties Database
Lab Collaborates with NCAMP on Material Properties Database

Production of high-rate precision polyimide prepreg material (AFRL image)
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Posted: 10/13/2010

Lab Demonstrates Robotic Ground Refueling of AircraftLab Demonstrates Robotic Ground Refueling of Aircraft
Lab Demonstrates Robotic Ground Refueling of Aircraft

AFRL's Automated Aircraft Ground Refueling system prototype robot with fuel nozzle attached to a single-point refueling adapter inside the mock-up aircraft refueling panel. The large screen displays the user interface. (Photo courtesy of A. Nichols, AFRL/RXQ Robotics Group)
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Posted: 10/13/2010

Lab Demonstrates Robotic Ground Refueling of AircraftLab Demonstrates Robotic Ground Refueling of Aircraft
Lab Demonstrates Robotic Ground Refueling of Aircraft

AFRL's Automated Aircraft Ground Refueling system prototype robot in position and ready to engage the mock-up aircraft refueling panel (Photo courtesy of M. Sawyer, AFRL/RXQ Robotics Group)
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Posted: 10/13/2010

Much-Needed HPM Sources the Pulse of Directed Energy ResearchMuch-Needed HPM Sources the Pulse of Directed Energy Research
Much-Needed HPM Sources the Pulse of Directed Energy Research

Microwave pulse compressor technology will aid high-power microwave research. Pictured is the plasma switch that is placed inside the waveguide in order to switch out compressed microwave energy once the MPC cavity is filled. (Image provided by Everett G. Farr, Farr Research, Inc.)
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Posted: 10/13/2010

New Antennas Conform to Air Vehicles, Not Status Quo New Antennas Conform to Air Vehicles, Not Status Quo
New Antennas Conform to Air Vehicles, Not Status Quo

The AFRL Manufacturing Technology Division's conformal load-bearing antenna structures technology is intended to replace expensive, bulky antennas. Pictured is the third CLAS prototype, which has a complex, curved configuration. (AFRL image)
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Posted: 10/13/2010

Benter Award Winner Explores the World of Imaging ResearchBenter Award Winner Explores the World of Imaging Research
Benter Award Winner Explores the World of Imaging Research

Dr. George Papanicolaou, AFRL-funded researcher and Stanford University mathematics professor, earned the first William Benter Prize in Applied Mathematics. The biennial honor recognizes his mathematical contributions to solving problems in engineering, physics, and similarly complex arenas. (Photo courtesy of Stanford University)
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Posted: 10/13/2010

Wright-Patt gets new research radar towersWright-Patt gets new research radar towers
Wright-Patt gets new research radar towers

Staff Sgt. Maurice Acosta and Tech. Sgt. Jordan Bunting inspect wiring atop a radar tower at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Active duty Airmen from the 820th RED HORSE Squadron at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. and Air National Guard members from six states teamed in September to construct three 100-foot research radars towers for the Air Force Research Laboratory Sensors Directorate at Wright-Patt. The actual radars atop each tower were relocated from Rome, N.Y. to implement consolidation directed by BRAC 2005 decisions. Sergeants Acosta and Bunting are each with the 820th RHS Airborne Flight. (Skywrighter photo/Niki Jahns)
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Posted: 10/28/2010

Wright-Patt gets new research radar towersWright-Patt gets new research radar towers
Wright-Patt gets new research radar towers

Active duty Airmen from the 820th RED HORSE Squadron at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. and Air National Guard members from six states teamed in September to construct three 100-foot towers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The new towers and support equipment will provide the Air Force Research Laboratory Sensors Directorate with new capabilities to perform radar research from Wright-Patt. The actual radars atop each tower were relocated from Rome, N.Y. to implement consolidation directed by BRAC 2005 decisions. (Skywrighter photo/Niki Jahns)
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Posted: 10/28/2010

Wright-Patt gets new research radar towersWright-Patt gets new research radar towers
Wright-Patt gets new research radar towers

Active duty Airmen from the 820th RED HORSE Squadron and Air National Guard members from six states teamed in September to construct three 100-foot towers for radars at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The new towers and equipment will provide the Air Force Research Laboratory Sensors Directorate with new capabilities to perform radar research from Wright-Patt. The actual radars atop each tower were relocated from Rome, N.Y. to implement consolidation directed by BRAC 2005 decisions. (Skywrighter photo/Niki Jahns)
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Posted: 10/28/2010

RED HORSE, Guard teams erect research radar towersRED HORSE, Guard teams erect research radar towers
RED HORSE, Guard teams erect research radar towers

Airmen from the 820th RED HORSE Squadron's Airborne Flight install electrical systems Sept. 17, 2010 for one of the three new research radar towers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The research radars, relocated from Rome, N.Y., will support the Air Force Research Laboratory Sensors Directorate at Wright-Patt. Engineering Installation teams from Air National Guard units in six states supported the project. The 820th RHS is based at Nellis AFB, Nev. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jose Gonzales)
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Posted: 10/6/2010

    

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