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    Air Force Research Laboratory      

    Dayton, OH, US  

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    Derek Kaufman
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    Materials engineer finds second calling as historic...

    12.15.2017 | Story by Holly Jordan
    On the grim evening of April 14, 1865, a horrible event sent shock waves throughout a nation struggling to heal, opening fresh wounds and throwing the country into a long period of mourning. President Abraham Lincoln was shot and mortally wounded by Confederate sympathizer John Wilkes Booth as he attended a play at Ford’s Theatre.

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    AFRL Inspire 2016: Psychology of a Hero

    AFRL Inspire 2016: Psychology of a Hero

    10.27.2016 | Courtesy Video
    What does it take to be a hero? Can anyone be a hero? Dr. Wayne Chappelle, psychologist with the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Human...
    AFRL Inspire 2016:  For All the Marbles

    AFRL Inspire 2016: For All the Marbles

    10.26.2016 | Courtesy Video
    Scientists and engineers often struggle with communicating their work and discoveries with others. Dr. Chris Erickson, Air Force Research...
    AFRL Inspire 2016: Stealing the Moon

    AFRL Inspire 2016: Stealing the Moon

    10.26.2016 | Courtesy Video
    The rising cost of fuel can threaten the Air Force’s ability to carry out successful missions and to “Fly, Fight, and Win.” Dr. Fred...
    AFRL Inspire 2016: Cyber Security Game

    AFRL Inspire 2016: Cyber Security Game

    10.26.2016 | Courtesy Video
    The impact of cyber attacks to our national security cannot be underestimated. Dr. Charles Kamhoua, computer scientist with the Air Force...
    AFRL Inspire 2015: The Party Must Go On

    AFRL Inspire 2015: The Party Must Go On

    10.28.2015 | Courtesy Video
    How is the human ear able to distinguish individual voices in a noisy and crowded room? Can scientists develop computers that can learn this skill...