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The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is the primary scientific research and development center for the Department of the Air Force. AFRL plays an integral role in leading the discovery, development, and integration of affordable warfighting technologies for our air, space, and cyberspace forces. With a workforce of 11,000+ across nine technology areas and 40 other operations worldwide, AFRL provides a diverse portfolio of science and technology ranging from fundamental to advanced research and technology development.

Within AFRL, scientists and engineers collaborate to execute crosscutting R and D. External collaboration including partnerships with industry, academia and other agencies is also an integral part of AFRL's business model. In continuing with this integrated, cooperative approach, AFRL will seamlessly support the S and T needs of two services: the Air Force and the Space Force. Today's global threats require multi-disciplinary solutions, and AFRL is committed to supporting the warfighter in every key domain.



September 14, 2020 - Welcome to AFA video featuring Brig Gen Pringle (9am) Sept. 14, 2020 - AF S and T Strategy video (12pm) September 15, 2020 - Facebook Live interview with Col Felt on Space (1pm) September 16, 2020 - AFRL COVID-19 Response feature video (7am)


Department of the Air Force Science and Technology Strategy

AFRL has made great strides in implementing the Air Force Science and Technology Strategy. We've unveiled modern, purpose-driven business processes to guide S and T initiatives, deliver transformational capabilities and ensure that the future force dominates time, space and complexity in all domains for decades to come. Now more than ever, S and T is critical for U.S. prosperity and security amid this time of Great Power Competition.

WARTECH Air Force Explore Seedlings for Disruptive Capabilities Explore: SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY


AFRL's response to the ongoing pandemic is flexible, innovative and proactive. Despite the challenges associated with COVID-19, AFRL continues to deliver innovative solutions to the Department of the Air Force in support of our National Defense Strategy. Our collaborative spirit and innovative outlook keeps us on the cutting edge of technology.

Epi-Lab Aircraft Decontamination Transportation isolation chamber Defense Production Act Title III (manufacturing) Explore: CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) INFORMATION AND RESOURCES


AFRL is posturing itself to support both the U.S. Air Force and Space Force's Science and Technology needs. Since our existing technical directorate structure supports multi-disciplinary research solutions, AFRL stands ready to solve the most complex Air, Space and Cyberspace problems in a cohesive manner as one powerful laboratory. Here at AFRL, we consider the Space Force as more than just a sister service; but rather a key part of our legacy and future, and our one AFRL team will support USSF priorities in word and deed.


Joint All-domain Command and Control (JADC2) Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS)

AFRL is advancing cyber technologies, including expanding teleworking capabilities for the Department of Defense. Today, more than ever, secure, remote network access is key to providing the workforce with immediate access to mission critical data.



AFRL reimagines what's possible by leading scientific research and development for the Air Force and Space Force.


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