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Air Force turns to VR for suicide prevention training
The virtual reality program has new modules that were recently tested in California to give lifelike simulations for getting distressed airmen help.
Air Force picks 15 airmen-designed projects to automate menial tasks
Fifteen winning ideas will be given the resources needed to develop and scale across the Air Force.
Space Force starts transitioning cybersecurity professionals into its ranks
Space Force is onboarding its first Cyber Guardians to better protect satellites and space assets from hacking.
Navy sails into DevSecOps with new program, task force
DevSecOps is coming to the Navy. Its new platform Black Pearl bears the motto "make ship happen."
Air Force continues push on virtual training with new contracts
The Air Force wants to train more pilots virtually, leaders have said. They anticipate more virtual training to be safer and more effective for young pilots.
As Air Force’s Digital U grows its ranks, it looks to refine course work
3,000 airmen have signed up, from the lowest-ranking officers to a two star general.
Space Force delegates acquisition authority to lower offices to speed up buying
Top contracting authority has been delegated to "experts in the field" of space operations to speed up the acquisition process.
Coming soon: A one-stop-shop for information about DOD’s online courses
DOD wants its education data to be interoperable, creating an enterprise-wide course catalog recently.
Air Force’s Digital University prepares for launch with a focus on ‘tactical operators’
The Air Force's new "Digital University" is free for all airmen and civilians working in the department to learn more about cyber, IT and other technical training.