The Air Force relies too much on outside agencies for science and technology work, according to the authors of a recent National Research Council report on Air Force S&T. The Air Force Research Lab (AFRL), which currently spends most of its budget on outside organizations such as the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and others, is a perfect example of this trend, according to Albert Sciaretta, report co-author and president of CNS Technologies, Inc. ...

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