Data organization is holding back the Advanced Battle Management System

The Air Force‚Äôs top general says moving data and making it accessible is the most important and most challenging task for the service as it continues…

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Gearing up for great power competition also helped the Air Force prepare for COVID-19

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Air Force wants to help defense industry move toward digital engineering ‘pronto’

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‘We’re not going back,’ Air Force leadership says telework is here to stay

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The Air Force built a secret new fighter jet with the ‘magic’ of digital engineering

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Gen. Arnold Bunch Jr., center, commander, Air Force Materiel Command, initiates a discussion about diversity and inclusion with Arnold Engineering Development Complex senior leadership, July 8, 2020, at Arnold Air Force Base. (Photo by Jill Pickett/Air Force)

Air Force’s top acquisition command plans for telework beyond COVID-19

Air Force Materiel Command is looking at all of its position descriptions, written before COVID-19, to determine if they’re more conducive to telework…

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Space Force busy standing up commands, thinking differently

Next week 2,400 members from the Air Force members will move to the new U.S. Space Force, the latest development in what have been a busy eight months…

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A person holds a smartphone with the official 'Corona Warn-App' (Corona Warning Application) in Berlin, Germany, Monday, June 15, 2020. The app will be introduced on Tuesday, June 16 by the German authorities. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)

Air Force thinks it’s cracked the code on BYOD

The Air Force believes it’s created a successful proof-of-concept that would let airmen access military networks via their own devices, and is ready to start large-scale testing.

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