• Forging the Air Force of tommorow

    The Square One Systems Design team presented their prototype to the 2nd maintenance group to get feedback on it’s performance. While revisions are expected, the team made it clear that the MHU-TSX is a step towards an automated machine that could revolutionize aircraft maintenance Air Force wide.

  • STRIKEWERX Spark Sprint Selects Winners

    Two Airmen were selected as finalists by Air Force Global Strike Command leadership and community leaders as part of the STRIKEWERX Spark Sprint (S3) event held Friday, Oct. 30, at the STRIKEWERX Innovation Hub in Bossier City, Louisiana.The STRIKEWERX Spark Sprint (S3) event brought together six

  • 3rd Annual Innovation Rodeo "Call for Topics"

    AFIMSC is proud to announce their 3rd Annual Innovation Rodeo “Call for Topics”. This year’s theme is “Base of the Future” and the campaign runs from September 1 to December 1, 2020.

  • Innovation sparks Barksdale

    Leaders of the 2nd Bomb Wing took the time to listen to Airmen who presented ideas to improve mission operations, be it financial, increasing lethality, or overall effectiveness, during its Spark Tank competition.

  • PDEP: The drive for data-driven decisions

    Air Force Global Strike Command partners at the Institute of Defense Analysis gave command leadership a demonstration of a Portfolio-level Digital Engineering Platform at the Bossier City Cyber Innovation Center, Sept. 27.

  • Airman designs his career

    Men and women have many reasons for enlisting in the United States Air Force, from school to patriotism.

  • Best with what they’ve got: A new life for old parts

    Just like every other aircraft, parts on a B-52H Stratofortress age, get damaged and become unserviceable.One detachment on base has developed a way to take those unusable parts and create hands-on training opportunities for maintainers.

  • Strengthening community ties through innovation

    “Innovation is the hallmark of the United States Air Force,” said Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson, during a 2017 Air Force Association conference. “From time to time it is important to refresh our science and technology strategy, to step back from the programs and problems of today and

  • Contracting Airman develops program, joins Kessel Run

    In today’s war fighting efforts, innovation is a key component when it boils down to who comes out on top. That is why ground-breaking and out-of-the-box thinking is promoted and needed from all levels of personnel.Airman 1st Class Maxwell Lehmann, 2nd Contracting Squadron specialist, has been a