Liberty Spark is a network of people who want to help create a better Air Force for all Airmen. There are innovators who work for Liberty full-time, others who take on passion projects outside of their traditional jobs and tap into the innovation ecosystem for support, and plenty more who collaborate with us.
We have personnel with the knowledge to build in-house web development, SharePoint communication sites, and phone application solutions, or leverage industry partnerships to meet the needs of our Warfighter's communication needs.
Implementing advances in 3D-Printing, Robotics, and Data Analysis; Liberty Spark positions the Air Force at the cutting edge of technology solving day-to-day pain points in everyday work by enhancing capability.
Liberty Spark leverages advances in AR/VR technology to find innovative ways to meet Warfighter's training, marketing, and operational needs.
Liberty Spark enhances the knowledge of each Airman, providing the capability to overcome challenges as they arise on the frontline. Learn a skill set that can be used in the Squadron to foster an innovative culture.
We build relationships with private and public organizations by connecting with the best in industry, academia, and government. We learn through these partnerships how to better the Air Force for our Airmen.
Encouraging experimentation and embracing failure as learning opportunities; expanding the boundaries of what is possible.
It's a very easy simple question but one you are not probably asked very often.
Some Airmen are hesitant to answer this question but that's ok! The first step in solving problems is to admit that there is a problem in the first place! That's where Liberty Spark helps you not just identify and articulate the problem but we establish a plan to help you get the tools, resources, and connect with the folks you need to solve the issue.
Spark Tank is an annual event hosted at the Air Force Association’s Warfare Symposium where Airmen pitch innovative ideas to top Air Force leadership and a panel of industry experts. Take your problem to the next level by introducing the idea to the global platform!
SIF was created to empower squadrons to solve problems and make incremental, cutting-edge technological improvements at their level to jumpstart new and rapid projects and preserve the lethality of the force. To find out more, AFWERX created a handbook and other support resources to help guide you on how to use it.
The SBIR program enables small businesses to explore their technological potential and provides the incentive to profit from its commercialization by partnering with Air Force units for customer discovery purposes.
The SBIR program’s counterpart, Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR), is an opportunity for university teams (undergraduate, graduate, doctorate, post-doctorate, faculty/staff) that have formed companies and partnered with a university or non-profit entrepreneurial development organizations to do business with the Air Force.
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