To help Air Force organizations move technologies developed in the laboratories or technical activities to the commercial market and transition technologies to the warfighter.
License agreements in effect through the Air Force T2 Program
generate a measurable impact on the national economy. In a study* of the
11-year period through 2011, T2 contributed to new economic activity and
job creation in the U.S. while driving the transition of new technology to U.S.
*This economic-impact study was conducted by TechLink, a federally funded technology transfer center at
Montana State University, Bozeman, in collaboration with the Bureau of Business and Economic Research
at the University of Montana, Missoula. Since 1999, TechLink has served as the DoD’s principal national
“partnership intermediary,” helping to develop technology transfer partnerships between DoD laboratories and
U.S. industry nationwide.
To lead the discovery of innovations and promote the commercialization of Air Force technologies for the benefit of the warfighter and the U.S. economy.