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  • Fuels Airman Drives Innovation Through 3-D Printing

    It is hard to predict how the coronavirus pandemic might negatively affect readiness. But thanks to the innovation and problem-solving experience of SrA Houston Sasser, 633d Logistics Readiness Squadron fuels training supervisor, and two of his wingmen, they were able to present an idea and produce

  • AF to field new bladder relief device, working toward “suite of options”

    The Air Force is slated to receive the first shipment of the Omni Gen. 3 Skydrate, an improved in-flight bladder relief device, early next month. The Air Force recognized that current devices were not optimized for long-duration sorties, and as a result, aircrew were routinely dehydrating themselves

  • Grassroots innovation at Nellis impresses chief scientist

    In August 2020, Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr., chief of staff of the Air Force, released his strategic approach, “Accelerate change or lose,” and followed it up with a charge to leadership across the Air Force to allow more spaces for innovation.

  • 16th Air Force Leaders talk Information Warfare at Alamo AFCEA

    Sixteenth Air Force (Air Forces Cyber) leaders gathered with cyber, intelligence, and industry professionals to exchange insights on current developments in cyberspace, future challenges in transforming to multi-domain operations strategically, and military cyber and Intelligence, Surveillance and

  • Team accelerates change through ‘Agile’ deployment

    Since Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr. took the helm as the United States Air Force chief of staff, “Accelerate change or lose” has been his primary call to action. Brown’s orders have included speeding up the decision-making process and allowing more space for Airmen to innovate.In response, the 332nd