Air Force Research Laboratory

Michael Regan

EPA changing onboarding process due to pandemic’s effect on the workplace

In today’s Federal Newscast, the Environmental Protection Agency is revising its onboarding process to reflect the pandemic’s effects on the workplace.

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While the Pentagon is doing more business with small companies, the list of candidates is shrinking

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(Air Force Research Laboratory artwork)A Skyborg conceptual design for a low cost attritable Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle. (Air Force Research Laboratory artwork)

A new way for the Air Force to make sure good ideas don’t get lost in the clouds

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(Air Force Research Laboratory artwork)A Skyborg conceptual design for a low cost attritable Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle. (Air Force Research Laboratory artwork)

Air Force AI-driven drone program makes step into the future

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(U.S. Air Force illustration)The Department of the Air Force announced June 4, 2021, the designation of Rocket Cargo as the fourth Vanguard program as part of its transformational science and technology portfolio identified in the DAF 2030 Science and Technology strategy for the next decade. (U.S. Air Force illustration)

Rocket delivery service might be coming to an Air Force near you

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(Staff Sgt. Kayla White/U.S. Air Force via AP)Ryan Vickers

Space Force sets up innovation hub to connect with commercial partners

SpaceWERX will follow in the footsteps of AFWERX and SOFWERX.

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Richard Eldridge, Air Force

Air Force Research Lab’s new shop will focus on small things packing big punches in space

The service is built a 7,000 square foot facility to create solar arrays and folding antennae.

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Navy Capt. Tim Kinsella briefs members of the media following a shooting at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla., Friday, Dec. 6, 2019. The US Navy is confirming that a shooter is dead and several injured after gunfire at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola. (Tony Giberson/Pensacola News Journal via AP)

Pentagon to start vetting foreign soldiers trained on bases

In today’s Federal Newscast, the Defense Department is getting ready to announce new vetting procedures for foreign military members studying and training at U.S. facilities.

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