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Air Force to Create Carnegie Mellon University S&T Team

The U.S. Air Force will establish a 10-man science and technology team to accommodate robotics and related technologies from Carnegie Mellon University's Center of Excellence. The planned team will work with CMU's faculty and utilize the university's research and education components to meet its objectives, the Air Force said Wednesday.

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Robert Daigle to Step Down as Director of DoD’s Cost Evaluation Office

Robert Daigle, director of the Department of Defense's cost assessment and program evaluation office, will step down from her post in May, Foreign Policy reported Monday. In his role, Daigle manages an independent analysis group that assists the DoD secretary to develop long-term decisions for the agency's $700 billion annual budget.

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AFLCMC to Inaugurate Pittsburg Training Facility

The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center has established a facility in Pittsburgh, Pa., that will provide training services to engineers and operators. The Advanced Technology and Training Center is slated to open on April 29 and will serve to validate potential technologies for the U.S. Air Force's sustainment enterprise, the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base said Friday.

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Dr. Scott Goldstein, Chief Strategy and Technology Officer for ENSCO, Receives Two Prestigious Honors

Dr. Scott Goldstein, chief strategy and technology officer of ENSCO, will receive the Warren D. White Award for Excellence in Radar Engineering and will be inducted into the Officer Candidate School Hall of Honor, ENSCO announced on Wednesday.

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Air Force Recommends Faster Acquisition Process in Fiscal 2018 Report

The U.S. Air Force found that the branch needs to accelerate its procurement process through its fiscal year 2018 annual acquisition report. Heather Wilson, secretary of the Air Force and 2019 Wash100 Award winner, said in statement published Tuesday that the military service needs to remain competitive and avoid the usage of procurement processes from the Cold War era.

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Air Force Team Demos KC-135 Refuel Drone on F-35 Aircraft

A U.S. Air Force-led team concluded tests on a drone refueling system designed to work with F-35 aircraft systems. The F-35 Lightning II program team launched an F-35B aircraft to the Edwards Air Force Base along with the KC-135 Stratotanker system to highlight the tanker's capability to refuel at night operations, USAF said Friday.

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AFRL, Universities Form Additive Printing Partnership for Aircraft, Spacecraft Structures

The U.S. Air Force Laboratory's composites branch partnered with the University of Miami, Louisiana Tech University, University of Arkansas and the University of Texas to highlight the application of 3D printed carbon fiber and epoxy components on air and spacecraft structures. AFRL also performed joint projects with international allies to craft lightweight core structures that can hold the payload through the use of composite printed materials, the Wright Patterson Air Force Base said on Friday.

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