Jim Mayo supports AFRL as a contractor

Following a successful military career, Jim Mayo continued to support the Air Force as a contractor in the AFRL Directed Energy Directorate. Mayo at the lab’s Air Force Maui Optical and Supercomputing site in 1997. “At the beginning of my career, I had no idea that I would contribute to some of the most important military and space missions in our nation’s history,” Mayo said. (Photo: courtesy)

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