Featured by Thomas Gnau, Dayton Daily News
The Air Force is looking into wearable devices that detect COVID-19
The Air Force hopes the device would identify a potential COVID-19 infection early and alert the user through its user dashboard.
Air Force spends $60 million to defeat its nemesis: rust
“One of the most important ways to help extend the life of an aircraft is to prevent damage from corrosion and erosion."
New policy allows private firearms on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
A new policy will allow Wright-Patterson Air Force Base personnel to request permission to transport licensed firearms to and from the base
The Air Force is about to put up $10 million to make flying cars a reality
The Air Force wants the cars for medevac, firefighting, disaster response, search and rescue, and humanitarian relief operations.
US Air Force Museum reopens after 108-day closure
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE — After some 108 days of being closed to the public, the National Museum of the...
The Air Force just fielded its first high-energy laser weapon overseas
The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, has delivered what it says is the Air Force’s first high-energy laser weapon for battlefield use against drones
Legendary pilot Chuck Yeager, who broke the sound barrier, turns 97
Yeager was 24 when he became the first man to break the sound barrier, Oct. 14, 1947, over Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.
The Air Force Is Hunting For A More Powerful Bunker Buster
The Air Force is developing more powerful “bunker buster” bombs, new reports say. An Air Force Research Laboratory officer is...