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AFRL Commander Introduces New AF Science, Technology Strategy

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio (AFNS) — The Commander of the Air Force Research Laboratory presented highlights of the new Air Force Science and Technology Strategy for 2030 and beyond to members of the local media April 18 at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. Speaking in front of several experimental aircraft on

America Needs New Weapons

Today, high-energy laser and high-power microwave systems—or “ directed energy ” weapons, which use focused electromagnetic energy—have been shown to work and could combat a variety of emerging threats, but more investment is needed to bring them into the hands of our warfighters more quickly to protect the American people. One might imagine that using

Future Warfare: Protecting the Grid

The First Gulf War put American technological advantage on display against an adversary with no means to respond. Media images released throughout the campaign paid tribute to smart bombs, long-range rockets, and vastly improved ground, air and sea-based systems. America’s technological abilities were awe-inspiring. A quarter-century later, the United States continues to seek technological superiority.