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  • Train New, Work Smart

    Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst is home to a variety of teams, all with different missions. One such team is the Infinity Spark Innovation Lab, a center for service members to explore ideas, gain resources and support to improve their work centers and career fields. U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Devin Bable, 305th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron integrated communications navigation system craftsman, worked with the Innovation Lab to realize one of his concepts; to bring technology to the forefront of training, and to give Airmen more confidence operating mission essential systems.
  • AMC command team visits 317th AW; applauds innovation

    The command team visited several locations throughout the wing where they received several briefings and demonstrations of the many ways that the Airmen of the 317th AW are working to improve job efficiency and operational proficiency.
  • Mobility Guardian 2021: AMC debuts first large-scale virtual command center

    Air Mobility Command premiered a proof-of-concept for a next-generation all-domain command and control platform during Exercise Mobility Guardian 2021, May 25, 2021.
  • Multi-capable Airmen sustain strategic deterrence during Mobility Guardian

    After 28 years, Airmen once again flew tankers out of Oscoda; moreover, they sustained the strategic deterrence mission by providing on-site support services during Exercise Mobility Guardian, May 15-27, 2021. 
  • AFICC delivers innovative VR suicide prevention training to save lives

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – With a rise in suicides across the service, the Air Force Installation Contracting Center is helping leaders fast-track a pilot program at Air Mobility Command to help save lives.The virtual reality suicide training being tested at Scott AFB, Illinois, and Travis AFB, California, offers a new, more effective
  • Scott’s innovation hub, Elevate, receives Air Force lab designation

    The biggest win for Scott AFB is that the designation as a defense lab will permit them to engage in Education Partnership Agreements with local universities ... to use equipment and manpower where they normally do not have access.
  • 92nd MXS innovates bracket essential to extending KC-135 lifespan

    The 92nd Maintenance Squadron aircraft metals technology shop, created a jackscrew mounting bracket for the KC-135 Stratotanker after the discovery of a damaged bracket during a routine inspection.
  • Travis Airmen visit Tesla, streamline processes in vehicle maintenance

    Airmen assigned to the 60th Logistics Readiness Squadron from Travis Air Force Base partnered with Tesla here, Nov. 12, to evaluate and improve existing vehicle maintenance procedures for the installation. Fifteen Airmen toured the service center and learned about Tesla’s vehicle acceptance process and managing mobile repair; parts warehousing and data-basing; and the customer experience.
  • Call for Innovation Rodeo ideas nears Dec. 1 deadline

    With less than a month to go in their annual call-for-topics campaign, the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center is still looking for innovative ideas with potential to change the Air Force.
  • Travis hosts clinical research for NASA’s newly developed medical technology

    NASA representatives presented new medical diagnostic technology, the E-Nose Breathalyzer, to members of David Grant USAF Medical Center Oct. 21, 2020, at Travis AFB.
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