Blog tagged as training

WBI Promotes AFRL Tech Transfer Programs at FLC National Event

Wright Brothers Institute had a strong presence at this year’s Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) National Meeting, held March 28-30 in downtown Cleveland.

The FLC comprises more than 300 federal laboratories, agencies and research centers. It was created to encourage, enable and improve U.S. produc...

20.04.23 04:57 PM - Comment(s)
WBI's Open Innovation Challenge Provides Revamped Training Model for B-21 Crews

In late summer 2020, Wright Brothers Institute was put to work on an issue identified by the Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC). Training practices for B-21 bomber pilot and maintainer crews had not kept up with technology, creating a bottleneck in keeping the fleet properly manned and trained....

23.02.22 08:27 PM - Comment(s)
WBI's Market Landscaping Expertise Guides Global Strike Through Improvements in Pilot, Maintainer Training

The U.S. Air Force Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC) knew it could do better. Specifically, the training practices in use had not kept up with technology, creating a bottleneck in keeping the bomber force manned and trained. The focus was on the aircraft – the most expensive piece of the equat...

25.01.21 07:15 PM - Comment(s)

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)
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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)