AFRL's HIT improves the quality of images while taking equipment weight from 1,200 pounds to 18 pounds.
The lab, working with the University of Cincinnati, develops a patch that can deliver key medical information in near-real time to a smartphone.
The agency's program is looking to develop links about 500 times faster than the military's current wireless connections.
Immersive, 360-degree simulations are being used in the therapy to help soldiers relive their experiences.
Weeks after confirming the explosion, the Air Force monitors the resulting space junk in polar orbit.
The Training and Doctrine Command tested prototypes of solutions that provide combined surveillance, lethal and targeting assistance to soldiers.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency recently awarded a three month extension to a contract for a new hosted desktop management pilot due to changes in time tables.
The lab is taking new approaches to polymer-based defensive equipment that will better protect soldiers in decades to come.