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The Air Force Institute of Technology
Air Force Institute of Technology
(AFIT) is a graduate school and provider of professional and continuing education for the United States Armed Forces and is part of the United States
United States
Air Force. It is located in Ohio
Ohio
at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, near Dayton. AFIT is a component of the Air University and Air Education and Training Command.

Contents

1 Overview 2 Academics 3 Graduate School of Engineering and Management

3.1 Students 3.2 Faculty 3.3 Accreditation 3.4 Academic calendar 3.5 Cost 3.6 Civilian Institution Programs

4 Notable AFIT alumni

4.1 Current military leaders 4.2 NASA
NASA
astronauts 4.3 Current civilian senior leaders

5 Former names 6 References

Overview[edit] Founded in 1919 and degree-granting since 1954, the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) is the Air Force's graduate school of engineering and management as well as its institution for technical professional continuing education. AFIT is located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB), Dayton, Ohio. Dayton' heritage and industrial base in aeronautics and aviation, coupled with the close proximity to Air Force Research Laboratory
Air Force Research Laboratory
(AFRL) and the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC) provide a scientific and engineering research and educational experience focused on producing future leaders of the Air Force. A component of Air University and Air Education and Training Command, its primary purpose is to provide specialized education to select officer and enlisted U.S. military personnel and civilian employees. The United States
United States
Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs is the undergraduate counterpart of AFIT for the Air Force. On 8 May 2012, AFIT formally welcomed its first civilian director and chancellor during an appointment of leadership ceremony. Dr. Todd Stewart served for 34 years with the U.S. Air Force, retiring in 2002 at the rank of major general. On 28 January 2015, AFIT welcomed its first Provost and Vice Chancellor Dr. Sivaguru S. Sritharan[1] former Dean of Engineering and Applied Sciences at the Naval Postgraduate School. Academics[edit] AFIT's four schools include:

The Graduate School of Engineering and Management offers graduate programs leading to Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in engineering, applied science, and management disciplines. The Graduate School has six departments:

Aeronautics and Astronautics Electrical and Computer Engineering Engineering Physics Mathematics and Statistics Operational Sciences Systems Engineering and Management

The School of Systems and Logistics
Logistics
teaches more than 80 professional continuing education courses in acquisition management, logistics management, contracting, systems management, software engineering, and financial management delivered to warfighters around the globe via customer focused delivery modes including resident, on-site, and online courses.[2] The Civil Engineer School develops and delivers civil engineer and environmental professional continuing education and provides consultation in support of U.S. air and space forces.[3] School of Strategic Force Studies provides undergraduate, postgraduate, and continuing education and research to worldwide students at the Air Force's Nuclear College, Kirtland Air Force Base National Security Space Institute, Peterson Air Force Base
Peterson Air Force Base
and via part-time enrollments at civilian universities (including Harvard, Stanford, King's College London, AFIT, Naval Postgraduate School, and others). It manages manage overall execution of space and nuclear continuing education develop, coordinate, maintain, update and teach curriculum coordinate scheduling of courses and distinguished guest instructors.

AFIT has seven research centers funded by a number of federal agencies with interdisciplinary scope and international footprint representing a number of game changing scientific areas for the United States
United States
Air Force and the Department of Defense:

Autonomy & Navigation Technology Center (ANT) Center for Directed Energy (CDE) Center for Cyberspace Research (CCR) and the Air Force Cyberspace Technical Center of Excellence (CyTCoE) Center for Operational Analysis (COA) Center for Space Research & Assurance (CSRA) Center for Technical Intelligence Studies & Research (CTISR) Scientific Test & Analysis Techniques in Test & Evaluation (STAT T&E)

Graduate School of Engineering and Management[edit] AFIT’s Graduate School of Engineering and Management is a graduate-only, research–based institution and the sole degree-granting element of AFIT. The Graduate School focuses on studies and research that are relevant to the Air Force mission as well as the needs of the defense establishment as a whole. AFIT's Aeronautics & Astronautics Department has graduated nine U. S. astronauts including Guy Bluford (Ph.D. 1978), first African-American astronaut.[4] Students[edit]

An AFIT graduation ceremony

The Air Force Institute of Technology
Air Force Institute of Technology
(AFIT) enrolls over 700 full-time graduate students. The student body consists primarily of Air Force officers, but is rounded out by members of the other four U.S. Armed Services, select enlisted Airmen,[5] international students from coalition countries, U.S. Government civilians, and civilians (U.S. citizens) not affiliated with the Government. Selection of officers for graduate education is fully funded by their service and is based upon outstanding professional performance as an officer, promotion potential, and a strong academic background. Admission of non-Government affiliated civilians is based on academic preparation and requires U.S. citizenship. A substantial number of AFIT graduates are assigned to AFRL and NASIC upon graduation from AFIT. Many of the AFIT student thesis projects are influenced directly or indirectly by AFRL, NASIC, NRO and other Air Force and defense agencies. Faculty[edit] The faculty body consists of approximately a 50–50 mix of military and civilian members all of whom hold a Ph.D. in their fields.[peacock term] The faculty to student ratio is typically 1 to 6 in the master's degree programs. Accreditation[edit] AFIT is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, 30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, Illinois 60602-2504 to offer degrees to the doctorate level. Eight engineering programs in the Graduate School of Engineering and Management are accredited at the advanced level by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology
Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology
(ABET). Academic calendar[edit] The Institute operates year-round on a quarter calendar which includes the Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer terms. The quarters are 10 weeks in length plus a week for examinations. Typically, the Fall term begins in late September and ends in mid-December; the Winter term begins in early January and ends in mid-March; the Spring term begins in late March and ends in mid-June; and the Summer term begins in late June and ends in early-September. Cost[edit] The educational expenses for full-time military students assigned to AFIT are paid by their respective uniformed service. For tuition-paying students, the approximate cost is $3,900 per quarter for full-time enrollment (based on 12 quarter hours and a tuition rate of $325 per quarter hour). The tuition for distance learning students is $360 per hour. AFIT is tuition free for civilian employees of the Department of Defense. Civilian Institution Programs[edit] Through its Civilian Institution Programs, AFIT also manages the educational programs of officers enrolled in civilian universities, research centers, hospitals, and industrial organizations. Since resident degrees were first granted in 1955, more than 18,760 graduate and 795 doctor of philosophy degrees have been awarded. Air Force students attending civilian institutions have earned more than 12,000 undergraduate and graduate degrees in the past twenty years. Notable AFIT alumni[edit]

George W.S. Abbey – Former Director Johnson Space Center Brigadier General Russell J. Anarde, USAF, Ret.[6] Captain Milburn G. Apt
Milburn G. Apt
– The first pilot to achieve Mach 3[7] General George T. Babbitt, Jr., USAF, Ret.[8] Brigadier General Rosanne Bailey, USAF, Ret.[9] David Barish – Developer of the Paraglider[10] Lieutenant General Ted F. Bowlds[11] Brigadier General Cary C. Chun[12] Lieutenant General Roger G. DeKok, USAF, Ret.[13] Lieutenant General William J. Donahue, USAF, Ret.[14] General Jimmy Doolittle- Doolittle Raider[15] Lieutenant General Hans H. Driessnack, USAF, Ret.[16] Colonel Arnold L. Franklin Jr. USAF, Ret – In April 1986, as the 493rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, Franklin led the USAF raid on Libya.[17] Dr. Russell Merle Genet – Pioneered the world’s first fully robotic observatory[18] Lt Col George E. Hardy, USAF, Ret – Tuskegee Airmen[19] Brigadier General Harold R. Harris, USAF, Ret. General Robert T. Herres, USAF, Ret.[20] General Charles R. Holland, USAF, Ret.[21] Robert P. Johannes – One of the developers of the control configured vehicle (CCV) concept Lt Col Frank A. Kappeler, USAF, Ret – Doolittle Raider[22] General George Kenney, USAF, Ret.[23] Major General Donald L. Lamberson, USAF, Ret.[24] – Considered the father of lasers in the Air Force Major General Louis G. Leiser, USAF, Ret.[25] Donald S. Lopez, USAF, Ret. – Deputy Director of the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum[26] Lieutenant John A. Macready
John A. Macready
– American Test Pilot and Aviator Lieutenant General Forrest S. McCartney, USAF, Ret.[27] Lt Col Harry C. McCool, USAF, Ret – Doolittle Raider[28] Lt John A. Macready, USAF, Ret – American test pilot and aviator General Bernard Schriever, USAF, Ret.[29] General Lawrence Skantze, USAF, Ret.[30] Major General Joseph K. Spiers, USAF, Ret.[31] Lieutenant General James W. Stansberry, USAF, Ret.[32] Lieutenant General William E. Thurman, USAF, Ret.[33] Major General Jerry White (Navigators), USAF, Ret.[34] Colonel Richard V. Wheeler, USAF, Ret. – American Test Pilot and Aviator[35] Lt Col Archie Williams, USAF, Ret. - Gold medal winner of the 400 m sprint - 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin Michael Wynne
Michael Wynne
– Former Secretary of the Air Force[36]

Current military leaders[edit]

Lieutenant General Joseph P. DiSalvo, USA Lieutenant General John E. Wissler, USMC Major General William T. “Bill” Cooley, USAF Major General Dwyer L. Dennis, USAF Major General Scott W. Jansson, USAF Major General (S) John M. Pletcher, USAF Brigadier General Roy-Alan C. Agustin, USAF Brigadier General Kenneth T. Bibb Jr., USAF Brigadier General Eric T. Fick, USAF Brigadier General Gregory M. Gutterman, USAF Brigadier General David W. Hicks, USAF Brigadier General Linda S. Hurry, USAF Brigadier General Carl E. Schaefer, USAF Brigadier General Donna D. Shipton, USAF Brigadier General Brad M. Sullivan, USAF

NASA
NASA
astronauts[edit]

Kevin A. Ford[37] Michael E. Fossum[38] William Anders[39] Guion Bluford[40] Mark N. Brown[41] Gordon Cooper[42] Albert H. Crews Donn F. Eisele[43] John M. Fabian[44] Gus Grissom[45] James D. Halsell[46] Steven Lindsey[47] Richard Mullane[48] Donald H. Peterson[49] Major General Robert A. Rushworth, USAF, Ret.

Current civilian senior leaders[edit]

Eileen A. Bjorkman[50] Dr. L. Wayne Brasure[51] Kevin W. Buckley[52] Bruce A. Busler[53] Charles G. "Chuck" Carpenter[54] Mark A. Correll[55] Dr. Daniel DeForest[56] Dr. Mark A. Gallagher[57] James F. Geurts[58] Mr. Michael M. "Mike" Hale[59] Dr. Kelly D. Hammett[60]

Robert Scott Jack II[61] Dr. Brian A. Maher[62] Dr. Charles L. Matson[63] Richard W. McKinney[64] David C. Merker[65] Dr. Billy W. Mullins[66] Dr. David F. O'Brien[67] Gary A. O'Connell[68] Charles N. "Pete" Peterson[69] Dr. Steven K. Rogers[70] Dr. David E. Walker[71] Joseph D. "Dean" Yount[72]

Former names[edit]

Air School of Application 1919 – 1920 Air Service Engineering School 1920 – 1926 Air Corps Engineering School 1926 – 1941 Army Air Forces Engineering School 1944 – 1945 Army Air Forces Institute of Technology 1945 – 1947 Air Force Institute of Technology
Air Force Institute of Technology
1947 – 1948 United States
United States
Air Force Institute of Technology
Air Force Institute of Technology
1948 – 1955 Institute of Technology, USAF 1955 – 1956 Air Force Institute of Technology
Air Force Institute of Technology
1956 – 1959 Institute of Technology 1959 – 1962 Air Force Institute of Technology
Air Force Institute of Technology
1962 – present

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United States
United States
federal service academies and military colleges

Service academies

Military Academy (West Point) Naval Academy (Annapolis) Air Force Academy Coast Guard Academy (New London) Merchant Marine Academy (Kings Point)

Colleges

Air Force Institute of Technology Community College of the Air Force Defense Language Institute Naval Postgraduate School Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Staff colleges

Joint Forces Staff College Army Command and General Staff College Army War College Army Warrant Officer Career College Marine Corps University Marine Corps War College National Defense University Naval War College School of Advanced Military Studies Air Command and Staff College Air University Air War College

Preparatory

Military Academy Preparatory School Naval Academy Preparatory School Air Force Academy Preparatory School

Military academy Military education and training

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Research and development agencies of the federal government of the United States

Independent agencies

National Science Foundation
National Science Foundation
(NSF) National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Environmental Protection Agency
Environmental Protection Agency
Office of Research and Development Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity
Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity
(IARPA) Smithsonian Institution research centers and programs

Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service
Agricultural Research Service
(ARS) National Institute of Food and Agriculture
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
(NIFA) Economic Research Service
Economic Research Service
(ERS) United States
United States
Forest Service Research and Development (R&D)

Commerce

National Institute of Standards and Technology
National Institute of Standards and Technology
(NIST) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
(NOAA)

Defense

Air Force

Air Force Research Laboratory
Air Force Research Laboratory
(AFRL) Air Force Life Cycle Management Center
Air Force Life Cycle Management Center
(AFLCMC) Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center
Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center
(NWC) Air Force Institute of Technology
Air Force Institute of Technology
(AFIT)

Army

Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command
U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command
(ATEC) Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC) Engineer Research and Development Center
Engineer Research and Development Center
(ERDC) Army Research Lab (ARL)

Navy

Office of Naval Research
Office of Naval Research
(ONR) Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) Naval Medical Research Center
Naval Medical Research Center
(NMRC) Naval Warfare Centers

Air (NAWC) Surface (NSWC) Undersea (NUWC) Command, Control and Ocean Surveillance (NCCOSC)

Naval Postgraduate School
Naval Postgraduate School
(NPS) Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory (MCWL)

Other

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
(USU)

Education

Institute of Education Sciences
Institute of Education Sciences
(IES) National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR)

Energy

Office of Science
Office of Science
(DOE SC) Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) National Laboratories

Health and Human Services

National Institutes of Health
National Institutes of Health
(NIH) National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
(NIOSH) Food and Drug Administration science and research programs Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA)

Homeland Security

Directorate for Science and Technology (S&T) Coast Guard Research & Development Center (CG RDC)

Interior

United States
United States
Geological Survey (USGS)

Justice

National Institute of Justice
National Institute of Justice
(NIJ)

Transportation

Research and Innovative Technology Administration Federal Aviation Administration
Federal Aviation Administration
Research, Engineering, and Development Federal Highway Administration
Federal Highway Administration
Research and Technology

Veterans Affairs

Veterans Health Administration Office of Research and Development (ORD)

Multi-agency initiatives

U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) Networking and Information Technology Research and Development Program (NITRD) National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI)

Judicial branch

Federal Judicial Center

Policy-making bodies

Office of Science
Office of Science
and Technology Policy (OSTP) Office of Technology Assessment
Office of Technology Assessment
(OTA) (defunct) House Committee on Science, Space and Technology Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation

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Polytechnic Institutes and Universities in the United States

Public

AFIT ASU at the Polytechnic Arkansas Tech Cal Poly (Pomona and San Luis Obispo) Colorado Mines Florida Poly Georgia Tech Iowa State Kansas State Polytechnic Louisiana Tech Michigan Tech Missouri S&T Montana Tech NJIT New Mexico Tech OSUIT Oregon Tech South Dakota Mines Southern Poly SUNY Poly Tennessee Tech Texas Tech UW–Stout Virginia Tech WVU Tech

Private

Caltech Clarkson Florida Tech Harrisburg U Illinois Tech Indiana Tech Lawrence Tech MIT New England Tech NYIT Northwestern Polytechnic Rensselaer RIT Rose-Hulman Stevens Wentworth WPI

Coordinates: 39°46′59″N 84°04′59″W / 39.783°N 84.083°W

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