The AFRL Sensors Directorate and the AFLCMC/EZAD Electronic Warfare Branch have the same workforce development challenges regarding Electronic Warfare (EW), particularly within the junior workforce.  There is a loss of expertise due to workforce turnover and a steep learning curve to understand...
07.10.19 06:04 PM - Comment(s)

Dayton, August 1, 2019:  Wright Brothers Institute (WBI) announced its intention to facilitate an expanded United States Air Force presence at their 444 E. Second Street location (“444”). The expansion creates an Air Force Midwestern Storefront, that provides the region access to cutting-edge r...

01.08.19 07:00 PM - Comment(s)

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This event is a joint US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) -UK Defense Science & Technology Laboratory (DSTL) pilot project, managed by Wright Brothers Institute (WBI) that facilitates collaboration between non-traditional participants to find innovative approache...

20.03.19 03:39 AM - Comment(s)

In 2013, Wired Magazine suggested that “sensors might be what help small businesses create a competitive advantage, differentiate themselves from the big guys, and lead to more valuable product offerings.” Five years later, the Air Force is taking a strong look at small businesses to provide low-cos...

22.02.19 03:24 AM - Comment(s)

Wright Brothers Institute (WBI) is a cutting-edge innovation and technology commercialization center for the Air Force Research Laboratory, with facilities located just outside of WPAFB in Dayton, OH. We drive fast, agile innovation that enables successful technology development to solve the Air For...

08.01.19 12:48 AM - Comment(s)

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