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Officials Hail Rome NY Lab’s Foray Into Quantum Technology

Officials Hail Rome NY Lab’s Foray Into Quantum Technology

The program ultimately awarded 36 contracts to 23 companies from nine states, amounting to $5.4 million to small businesses. • Rome Lab, the Air Force’s ‘super laboratory’ for science and technology, was praised by a Pentagon official for its key role […]

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The Story of Ed Dwight: the Man Who Nearly Became the First African-American to Reach Space

The story of Ed Dwight: the man who nearly became the first African-American to reach space

Born in Kansas City, Kansas in 1933, Dwight’s father, Ed Dwight, Sr, played second base for the Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro League. His mother, Georgia Baker Dwight, encouraged the boy from a young age, and Ed Jr. became an avid reader, able to work well with his hands — including creating art, a passion to which he would later return.

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Here Are The Air Force’s Reports On Aircrew Encounters With Unidentified Flying Craft

Here Are The Air Force's Reports On Aircrew Encounters With Unidentified Flying Craft

Last year, reports emerged about Navy fighter pilots having numerous encounters with unidentified flying objects while flying in restricted airspace off the East Coast of the United States. Details remain limited, though The War Zone has been steadily collecting more and more information that could help explain many of those incidents.

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Alien Bases on the Moon

Alien Bases on the Moon

See the original article here: Alien Bases on the Moon Major George A. Filer III ret. USAF New Jersey State Director MUFON Eastern Region Director In special reports, this week’s files cover: Trump Says He Knows Interesting Things about Roswell, Navy UFO Release, Alien Bases on the Moon, Belgium UFOs, Bulgarian Space Research Institute, Jack Sarfatti Newtonian gravity VS Dubow

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Can The U.S. Military Make An Airplane Invisible To The Naked Eye?

Can The U.S. Military Make An Airplane Invisible To The Naked Eye?

See the original article here: Can The U.S. Military Make An Airplane Invisible To The Naked Eye? From Wonder Woman’s Invisible Jet to the cloaking devices used by the Romulans and Klingons of the Star Trek universe, science fiction and popular culture are full of examples of completely invisible flying craft. Despite having its roots in fiction, the act of

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Planting the Seeds of Technology for the Future Space Force

Planting the seeds of technology for the future Space Force

See the original article here: Planting the seeds of technology for the future Space Force Col. Eric Felt, director of the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Space Vehicles Directorate. Credit: AFRL The U.S. Space Force is small in size but big on technology. To stay ahead of rivals that are trying to compete with U.S. military might, the Space Force needs

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Senate Confirms General to Lead Air Force, Clearing Way for First Black Service Chief in US History

Senate confirms general to lead Air Force, clearing way for first black service chief in U.S. history

See the original article here: Senate confirms general to lead Air Force, clearing way for first black service chief in U.S. history Gen. Charles Q. Brown was confirmed by the Senate on June 9 as Air Force chief of staff. (Kevin Dietsch/AP) Brown, the commander of Pacific Air Forces for the last two years, will replace Gen. David L. Goldfein,

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Declassifying Research Could Attract More Quantum Talent to Space Force: Quantum Collider Keynote

Declassifying research could attract more quantum talent to Space Force: Quantum Collider keynote

See the original article here: Declassifying research could attract more quantum talent to Space Force: Quantum Collider keynote The Pentagon is “a little bad about classifying,” and it needs to bring more of its quantum research “out into the light” in order “to continue to get the right talent,” according to the head of Air Force R&D. Attracting top talent

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More than 8,500 Air Force personnel volunteer to join US Space Force

More than 8,500 Air Force personnel volunteer to join US Space Force

The official flag of the U.S. Space Force is unveiled at the White House event with President Donald Trump on May 15, 2020. More than 8,500 active-duty Air Force service members have volunteered to join the U.S. Space Force — the nation’s newest military branch. “I am incredibly proud of the men and women who made the bold decision to

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Space Force Attracts Thousands in First Transfer Window

Space Force Attracts Thousands in First Transfer Window

More than 8,500 Airmen applied to formally transfer into the Space Force during the month of May, about half the number of people who currently work for the fledgling service. Space Force officials will choose about 6,000 of those satellite operators, intelligence analysts , cyber professionals , and others to join the service for a two-year term, according to a

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