Iran's Parliament on Jan. 7 approved a bill designating the entire US military and Pentagon terrorist organizations after the killing of Gen. Qassem Soleimani in Iraq. Lawmakers also backed a motion allocating $220 million to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corp's Quds Force to take revenge for Soleimani's death in a drone strike ordered by President Donald Trump.
The military’s newest branch wants to hear about innovative solutions to tough problems in installation support and space operations.
The federal rule change, published on Jan. 6, affects software “specially designed” to train deep learning neural networks “on the analysis of geospatial imagery.” The software would be classified as a dual-use technology under the Wassenaar Arrangement, subject to many of the same restrictions for exporting arms. The rule will go into effect in 60 days, though the public may submit comments on the rule for another 60 days after that.
During an interview with Airman Magazine, Air Force Materiel Command boss Gen. Arnold Bunch discussed AFMC’s mission and responsibilities and the roles of science, technology, and innovation in increasing Air Force readiness.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak and the state’s entire congressional delegation are trying to persuade the US Air Force to pick Reno, Nev., to serve as the base for a new regional air squadron to respond to emergencies and disasters. Sisolak and the others sent a letter to Air Force Secretary Barbara Barrett on Jan. 3 touting the Nevada Air National Guard Base in Reno as the best location for the planned expansion of the Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron.
The Arnold Engineering Development Complex T-3 turbine engine test cell at Arnold Air Force Base is undergoing several modifications to prepare it for future testing. Built as part of the Engine Test Facility, or ETF, at Arnold in the early 1950s, the T-3 test cell was designed for testing small engines.
The transition of military medical facilities to the Defense Health Agency's management should be invisible to patients, but they should notice improvements to care, the agency’s director says.
Concerns over an active draft and the role of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in the service even shut down the Selective Service System's website because of the sudden surge in traffic.
The “Bouncing Bettys” team was not only the first deliberate all-female team competing in the Rapid Aircraft Generation and Employment competition at Aviano AB, Italy, but also this quarter's victors. The icing on the cake? Their team uniforms paid homage to Rosie the Riveter.