Tag: U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory

U.S. AFRL Tests In-House, Rapidly Developed Small Engine

The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory demonstrated a new and ultra-responsive approach to turbine engine development with the initial testing of the Responsive Open Source Engine (ROSE) on Nov. 6, 2019, at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Continue reading “U.S. AFRL Tests In-House, Rapidly Developed Small Engine”

Raytheon Developing Payload for a More Resilient Missile Warning System

To give military commanders that early warning ability, Lockheed Martin turned to Raytheon as one of two contractors selected to design the payload for its Next-Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared, or Next Gen OPIR, Block 0 resilient missile warning satellite. Continue reading “Raytheon Developing Payload for a More Resilient Missile Warning System”

U.S. AFRLs Digital Hangar To Support Lifecycle Management Of Aerospace Systems

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – There is a new hangar under construction at U.S Wright-Patterson AFB, but this one will not be made of steel and concrete, but rather digital ones and zeros. Continue reading “U.S. AFRLs Digital Hangar To Support Lifecycle Management Of Aerospace Systems”