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  • KAFB welcomes new AFRL Skywave lab

    U.S. Air Force Col. Eric Felt, Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Space Vehicles Directorate director and presiding official, and Todd Parris, AFRL Geospace Environment Impacts and Applications Branch chief, cut a ribbon during the AFRL Skywave Lab ribbon cutting ceremony at Kirtland Air Force

  • AFRL exchange officer leads international Space collaboration

    Air Force Research Laboratory exchange officer to the United Kingdom Capt. Jacob Singleton, plays an important role in promoting international cooperation in military research, development and acquisition among the United Kingdom (UK), United States and other North Atlantic Treaty Organization

  • AFRL engineer award winner proclaims a first for the U.S. Space Force

    Air Force Research Laboratory senior engineer Dr. Odell Reynolds received the 2019 Harold Brown award from Dr. Richard Joseph, the Chief Scientist of the Air Force, in a ceremony held on Dec. 16, 2020 at AFRL’s Starfire Optical Range (SOR) located on Kirtland Air Force Base.

  • AFRL spacecraft collects never before seen data

    The Air Force Research Laboratory’s Demonstration and Science Experiments (DSX) spacecraft has been operating since its launch in June 2019, conducting unique studies into the interactions of radio waves, space plasma and the radiation belts in near-Earth space. AFRL is studying how very low

  • AFRL presents annual Innovation Awards

    The Air Force Research Laboratory recently hosted the lab’s third annual Innovation Awards. The event was created to recognize and inspire the efforts of inventors and collaborators.

  • AFRL Technology traveling to Mars

    The Red Planet, Mars, will soon be receiving more visitors when NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover accompanied by its flight companion, a 4-pound Mars Helicopter named Ingenuity, touches down in February 2021.

  • Air Force Research Laboratory tracks Sporadic E

    Researchers at Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) in New Mexico, have discovered a new way to track and characterize a phenomenon called “Sporadic E” naturally occurring in the upper atmosphere, where large structures of dense plasma form.