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  • Dyess AFB's 7 CS infrastructure team completes base network upgrade

    The 7th Communications Squadron recently set a new standard of improving & maintaining base-wide network capabilities. Their infrastructure team’s work came at a time when the DAF reintroduced the warrant officer career tracks in the IT & cyber fields, which are critical to optimizing our force.

  • B-21 Raider continues flight test, production

    Following its formal unveiling, Dec. 2, 2022, the B-21 Raider began flight testing here where it continues to make progress toward becoming the backbone of the U.S. Air Force bomber fleet.

  • Robot dogs bring the bark to Barksdale

    “These robot dogs not only have the potential to save Airmen's lives, but they also serve as a reminder of how valuable your voice is, regardless of rank.”

  • New platform IGNITEs defense innovation

    AFWERX has launched IGNITE, a platform where defense users can search for and easily interact with thousands of small businesses that have secured previous Department of the Air Force Small Business Innovation Research or Small Business Technology Transfer awards.

  • Keeping the Air Force ahead of the curve

    As Airmen, we are constant targets for cyber security attacks by criminals and adversaries. A breach could cost more than just money, it could also jeopardize mission success and endanger the lives of Airmen.To stay ahead of the technological curve, the Air Force constantly updates software and

  • Air Force creates futuristic fighters

    Technology around the world is constantly improving, which influences the Air Force to keep up with these new developments by innovating and finding ways to effectively train Airmen.At Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, these updates can be seen in various virtual reality training systems. Now, the 7th

  • Bringing defense planning into the 21st century through modern software

    For much of the defense community, the ease and functionality of modern technology is not translated to military planning systems. While cumbersome acquisitions processes, funding issues, and security concerns are often valid causes, many Department of Defense processes (and any software associated