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Eglin Air Force Base, Florida – A new agreement between the Air Force and academia will help advance critical technologies, such as those used to reliably monitor structures of the next-generation munitions airframes and other weapons systems.
The Air Force Research Laboratory Munitions Directorate (AFRL/RW) recently signed an educational partnership agreement (EPA) with Iowa State University of Science and Technology. The 28-month agreement will allow AFRL/RW to collaborate with the university on the development of basic research programs that support the Air Force mission. The agreement also provides a unique and beneficial experience for students of the university to gain hands-on experience working on real-world defense laboratory research projects.
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