• OPSEC evolves with the times

    While Operations Security is as old as warfare, the expansion of the virtual information space has presented new challenges.

  • Office helps others ‘ACE’ acquisitions

    There is an organization in AFLCMC whose primary purpose is to act as a force multiplier for the broader acquisition workforce.The Acquisition Center of Excellence, led by Melanie Marshall, is a group of multi-functional experts ready to offer on-demand assessment and advisement to groups facing

  • Parachute saves early test pilot

    One hundred years ago, a Type A parachute saved the life of Lt. Harold Harris - the first time a manually operated parachute saved the life of a pilot.

  • Chief rates ‘caring’ first

    “It’s important that you care for the Airmen under your charge. Without that, in my opinion, everything else can be very futile. That needs to come first. You need to care about your folks,” said Chief Master Sgt. Rob Jones, Senior Enlisted Leader for the Cryptologic and Cyber Systems Division.

  • Warfighter problems find solutions in Innovation Match Game

    The Innovation Match Game takes problem statements identifying virtual training needs from Air Force organizations and then ‘matches’ a solution from industry. It will be held at the Industry/Interservice Training Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) in Orlando, Florida the last week of