On January 31, 2019, WBI hosted its first PROACTIVATE training session. Designed in collaboration with The Ohio State University, the curriculum was custom-designed to train AF researchers on the technology commercialization and transition processes. The goal of the training is to enable researchers...

31.08.19 02:24 AM - Comment(s)

WBI Connects Air Force Junior Force Council Members to NASA, Industry at WBI Mentorship Event


In an effort to provide a forum for Air Force Junior Force Council (JFC) members to connect with mentors, scientists and engineers from outside of the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), WBI hosted the 201...

23.08.19 09:18 PM - Comment(s)

Imagine you’ve just received your degree in electrical engineering, and you’ve received a job offer from the Air Force Research Laboratory, developing Electronic Warfare (EW) technology that will enable air superiority for today’s Air Force. Sounds exciting, right? Except…what exactly does “Electron...

17.04.19 02:52 AM - Comment(s)

The Air Force Challenge

Aircraft maintenance is an often underappreciated, yet critical, job for Air Force mission capability. In 2016, maintainers across the Department of Defense serviced close to 14,000 aircraft, with active duty Air Force making up 161,000 of those maintainers. That same year, th...

22.02.19 04:34 AM - Comment(s)

Scientists and engineers at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)are used to being rock stars of the publishing world. Now, the Air Force wants them to be the rock stars of the patent world. Wright Brothers Institute is launching a training program that will help them be rock stars in both.

The A...

24.01.19 03:43 AM - Comment(s)

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