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  • Banshee training program inspires Airmen to innovate

    The fifth iteration of the Banshee training program culminated in a Nov. 19 virtual wrap up event featuring guest speakers and trainee challenge statement presentations.
  • Airman uses Banshee experience to boost innovation efforts

    An acquisition professional here is leveraging his recent Banshee training program experience to expand innovative efforts within the Digital Directorate.
  • Airman brings industry experience to EITaaS mission

    A program manager here is using his recent Education with Industry experience to bring a new perspective and innovative skills to a critical Air Force mission.
  • Innovative accelerator helps second cohort advance

    The second iteration of The U.S. Air Force Labs with MassChallenge program culminated in a virtual showcase on Zoom May 14.
  • Hanscom supports innovative NSIN program

    Digital Directorate and 66th Air Base Group personnel here are partnering with the National Security Innovation Network to support the first Hacking for Defense, or H4D, course at the University of Massachusetts Lowell.
  • MIT partnership helps acquisition officer expand toolkit

    The Department of the Air Force-Massachusetts Institute of Technology Artificial Intelligence Accelerator is helping acquisition professionals better understand AI and how to incorporate it into Air Force programs.
  • Proven accelerator program welcomes second cohort

    With a tested model in place, organizers of The U.S. Air Force Lab with MassChallenge program, a two-year pilot project designed to increase non-traditional participation in Small Business Innovative Research program opportunities, announced its second cohort March 30. Atomic-6, BoatBox Technologies, CorePower Magnetics, Inergy, Kinnami Software, Measure Global, OxbyEl Technologies, Particle.One, Rhoman Aerospace, and Sentenai Inc. make up the second group to benefit from the specialized mentorship and support offered by MassChallenge and Air Force experts.
  • Inaugural Air Force Pitch Day: New contracts, new partners

    More than 20 Hanscom personnel reviewed documents leading up to pitch day, with two smaller teams traveling to the event March 6-7 to award final contracts. By the end, 38 companies received on-the-spot agreements to solve specific problems facing Program Executive Offices Digital and Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence and Networks. Two thirds of Pitch Day’s prompts originated in Hanscom PEOs.
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