Jaunt awarded Air Force Research contract for advanced thermoplastics and manufacturability for low-cost eVTOL Aircraft Production – sUAS News

Jaunt Air Mobility announced today the Air Force Research Laboratory awarded the company a Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) contract. The research team, including Triumph Aerospace Structures and Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), will investigate the integration of novel thermoplastic technologies and low-cost production techniques into an all-electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft for commercial urban air mobility and military applications. This is one of three contracts awarded under the leadership of Martin Peryea, CEO of Jaunt Air Mobility.

Jaunt Air Mobility is developing the Journey, a four-passenger, single pilot, all-electric aircraft with thermoplastic composites as its primary

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Reserve recruiter helps kick off U.S. Air Force Hispanic Games > Air Force Reserve Command > News Article

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, N.Y. – An Air Force Reserve recruiter kicked off the 27th Annual U.S. Air Force Hispanic Games as she sang the National Anthem virtually at the “Fastest Track in the World” at The Armory New Balance Track & Field Center here Jan. 9-10, 2021.

The U.S. Air Force Hispanic Games were created in 1994 to honor Washington Heights and its Latino community. The Armory Foundation hosts the Hispanic Games each year and is one of the country’s largest high school/college indoor sporting events. This year, the Air Force Hispanic Games attracted 5,460 high school track & field athletes

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DVIDS – News – Commentary: The U.S. Air Force’s ABU dances off


MCGHEE TYSON AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Tenn — U.S. Air Force Airmen will end the month of March this year, leaving behind a threadbare and faded slate-blue battle uniform with equally ragged conversations on its wear during the last decade: the ABU, or Airman Battle Uniform.

Only when leisure suit wearers were cool has an outfit been so disliked and oppositely loved.

Well, that’s exaggerating much for effect. But I recently asked Airmen at the training and education center in East Tennessee for their experiences with the ABU. One opponent compared its camouflage design to an over-patterned couch; another

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Military Tax Services Available Through Military OneSource > U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE > Defense Department News


Filing taxes can be a daunting task every year, but the Defense Department has helpful resources for active-duty service members and their families, and it’s all free through Military OneSource beginning today.

Tax services for the military — also known as MilTax — is DOD’s approved tax-filing and tax-support service — including tax preparation and e-filing software and personalized support to deal with issues such as deployments, combat and training pay, housing and rentals, multistate filings, and living overseas.

“They can connect with a [tax] consultant during the tax season, and even past [it], through October, but in addition

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Holland Hall standout Owen Ostroski decommits from Army | Local News



As a Holland Hall senior defensive end, Owen Ostroski totaled 41 tackles for lost yardage, 15 sacks, nine forced fumbles and three blocked punts.




After remaining pledged to Army for the last four months, Holland Hall defensive end Owen Ostroski announced his decommitment Friday night.

“Due to recent circumstances, I will be decommitting from the United States Military Academy,” Ostroski posted on Twitter.

The referenced development was the unexpected departure of Black Knights defensive line coach Tank Wright, who recruited Ostroski for the past year. He left to become strength and conditioning coach at

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