Tinker AFB

Small but Mighty: Exchange Micro Markets Offer BE FIT Options On-the-Go

Story by Alexandra Pirkle on 07/09/2019 DALLAS The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is expanding its on-the-go snacks, meals and sundriesincluding better-for-you options that support a BE FIT lifestylewith micro markets at installations across the United States. Micro markets are self-service convenience stores that provide Warfighters round-the-clock access to
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507th ARW July enlisted promotions

Story by TSgt Samantha Mathison on 07/08/2019 Tinker Air Force Base, Okla. Promotions from the 507th Air Refueling Wing enlisted ranks are: MASTER SERGEANT Hannah Mullings, 507th Air Refueling Wing Tamila Metzger, 507th Force Support Squadron Amanda Baty, 507th Medical Squadron Andrew Blevins, 513th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Christopher Dial, 513th
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Bouldering wall a hidden desert gem

Story by TSgt Daniel Martinez on 07/04/2019 Surrounded by the desert sands perched on top of "The Rock" is an unassuming Conex box which holds one of the base's best kept fitness secrets a newly renovated bouldering climb wall. Base personnel may unknowingly pass up the wall located next to
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Inside the Chinook II, a University of Victoria human-powered submarine

Story by Edvin Hernandez on 06/26/2019 Jaryd Middleton, pilot and president of Canada's University of Victoria's Submarine Racing Club from British Columbia, Canada, was once a part of a submarine team populated with senior students when he was just entering college. Many of them have now graduated, ushering in a
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Commentary: Nashville District hosts teacher externship

By Stephanie Coleman Nashville District Equal Employment & Opportunity Officer NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 26, 2019) For the past decade, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District has been consistently stepping up its STEM initiatives in our area schools. From tours of our projects (to include locks and dams) to
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The Future of Artificial Intelligence in Weapon Systems

AI on the battlefield will come. That's guaranteed. Before AI automates slaughterbots,' we need to think through the moral and ethical implications of such powerful technology in warfare. What does it mean for a weapon to be fail-safe? Is a human in the loop necessary or even desirable? by Dr.
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