After a Year of Successes, U.S. Air Force Continues to Advance S&T Strategy

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In the spring of 2019, the Air Force released the Air Force Science and Technology Strategy to secure continued technological advantage over rapidly developing state competitors in 2030 and beyond through future technology research and converting new technologies into transformational warfighting concepts. Over the course of the past year, the Air Force has made big strides in implementing key parts of the strategy. (U.S. Air Force illustration/Patrick Londergan)
In the spring of 2019, the Air Force released the Air Force Science and Technology Strategy to secure continued technological advantage over rapidly developing state competitors in 2030 and beyond through future technology research and converting new technologies into transformational warfighting concepts. Over the course of the past year, the Air Force has made big strides in implementing key parts of the strategy. (U.S. Air Force illustration/Patrick Londergan)

June 1, 2020 | Originally published by AFRL on May 14, 2020

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – In the spring of 2019, the Air Force released the Air Force Science and Technology (S&T) Strategy to secure continued technological advantage over rapidly-developing state competitors in 2030 and beyond through future technology research and converting new technologies into transformational warfighting concepts. Over the course of the past year, the Air Force has made big strides in implementing key parts of the strategy.

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