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  • AFIT Explores Collaborations with CMU-Africa

    Air Force Institute of Technology professor Dr. Aihua Wood traveled to Kigali, Rwanda in September to explore collaboration opportunities with Carnegie Mellon University-Africa.

  • AFIT, Air Force Academy partner with Thai Ministry of Defence

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- The Air Force Institute of Technology and the U.S. Air Force Academy partnered with the Thai Ministry of Defence on an information-exchange agreement project titled, “Remote Sensing for Base Perimeter Defense.”

  • U.S., Thailand sign landmark information exchange agreement

    Kelli L. Seybolt and Lt. Gen. Somkiat Sampan signed the information exchange agreement during a virtual ceremony. Titled "Remote Sensing for Base Perimeter Defense," it is the first International Armaments Cooperation collaboration between the U.S. Department of Defense and Thai Ministry of Defence.

  • AFIT and Israeli air force leaders explore expanded partnership

    Col. Ariel Dvorjetski, PhD, head of the Aircraft Programs and Engineering Center for the Israeli Air Force’s Materiel Directorate, visited the Air Force Institute of Technology on Oct. 26 to discuss expanding research collaborations and student education opportunities. Joining Dvorjetski on the

  • U.S., Thailand sign landmark information exchange agreement

    Kelli L. Seybolt and Lt. Gen. Somkiat Sampan signed the information exchange agreement during a virtual ceremony. Titled "Remote Sensing for Base Perimeter Defense," it is the first International Armaments Cooperation collaboration between the U.S. Department of Defense and Thai Ministry of Defence.