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With the formula complete, AFRL transferred it to the F-16 System Program Office at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, the unit responsible for distributing products to the broader fleet community.
AFRL developed the system using a Direct to Phase II SBIR contract.
Helbach is involved in two programs designed to increase workplace satisfaction among his peers and build bridges between AFRL and the private sector.
The AFRL said the scope of the project would include fusing matte tin on Pb-free parts and printed circuit boards.
Grote initiated AFRL's DNA-photonics research, which has demonstrated unique, state-of-the-art improvements in materials properties and device performance using this new bio-organic-based technology.
AFRL scientists came up with a patient-controlled analgesia infusion pump that can be used to request and safely self-administer pain medication.
"Protonex and Millennium Cell are eager to use this supplementary AFRL funding to produce additional systems for military qualification, moving the product a step closer to full-scale deployment within both military and commercial markets."
The LIFE Team Members from AFRL SNJW of Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, were Mark Wunderlich, Lt.
SAIC's Applied Sciences Operation was awarded the Directed Energy Technology Applications and Research (DETAR) contract by the Directed Energy Directorate of the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Kirtland Air Force Base, NM.
AFPD 10-19 (1997)established a close relationship between the battlelabs and both Air Force Research Laboratories (AFRL) and Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) from the start.
Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Materials and Manufacturing Directorate to "explore the next generation of electronics--using [polymer-based] materials to transmit data at the speed of light." This is the technology of photonics, in which photons are manipulated in a way that is very similar to electrons in electronics, UA explains.