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We take the time upfront to understand your needs so that we’re not solving for a problem that doesn’t exist. Once we understand the problem, we’ll work with you to design, prototype, and iterate on solutions until your need is met.

The U.S. Air Force's Leading Problem-Solving Unit

Air Force CyberWorx is a United States Air Force unit that solves operational problems by collaborating with government, industry, and academic experts through intentional human-centered design activities.  We work with our stakeholders to quickly design and develop creative solutions that solve problems for the warfighters who need them the most.

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Upcoming Projects

UAS Way Forward

Date: September 7-8, 2022

Location: CyberWorx Studio, U.S. Air Force Academy

Operation realities are demanding a new generation of technologies and capabilities. Remotely piloted systems are going to increasingly transition from being automated to the autonomous realm (both offensively and defensively). This will create technology hurdles that must be taken into account.

Future of UAS in the AF:

Aided by commercial industry advancements and use cases, understand the future operational requirements, and discuss how unmanned aircraft are going to meet these new demands as part of the overall airpower inventory. We hope to discover what might be wholly revolutionary, and what might expand from proven success.

Future of UAS at USAFA for Cadets:  

Discover current state, assess where needs are being met and where improvements could take place. Discuss shifting, improving, or integrating classes, innovation centers and identifying activities that will enhance cadets’ education. Find actionable paths forward that will introduce and reinforce current USAFA initiatives – Institute for Future Conflict.

We are seeking industry and academia partners with knowledge and expertise in Sensors, Hive/Swarm Technologies, Counter UAS, Autonomy, and Military Fiction Writing.

Interested in collaborating? Click the “Apply” button below.

Application deadline August 30, 2022.

ACC A6 17x Talent Management
Event Dates: 12-14 July 2022
Location: AF CyberWorx Studio, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado

AF CyberWorx is hosting a design sprint for the United States Air Combat Command A6 to find possible solutions to the following question:

How might Air Combat Command best leverage training, experience, and education data for Cyber Officers to empower talent management decisions? Specific objectives include the ability to:

  1. Collect, retain, maintain, and evolve information on requisite skills for Cyber Officer billets
  2. See the complete picture of available offerings and individual knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs)
  3. Identify gaps and overlaps talents, skills, education, and training

We are seeking industry and academic partners involved in education and/or curriculum development of cyber courses with experience in process/programs, technology, best practices, and future planning.

1D7 Cyber Airmen Future
Event Dates: 2-4 August 2022
Location: Andrews AFB, Maryland

AF CyberWorx is conducting a 3-day futures workshop for the USAF Air Combat Command (ACC) A6 to find possible solutions to the following question:

How might Air Force Cyber Enlisted Career Field Managers anticipate how the nature of cyber warfare will change on a large scale and prepare to equip Airmen with necessary skills for this emerging cyber landscape?

This design-thinking event aims to identify and anticipate needs, gaps, and opportunities within cyber warfare development. We are seeking industry and academic partners to share their expertise in actively developing the future workforce and/or exploring the future of education with experience in process/programs, technology, best practices, and future planning.

For more information on this event, please visit our Upcoming Projects page.

Interested in collaborating? Click “Apply” button below.

Application Deadline: 22 July, 2022

2AF Scheduling Design Sprint
Event Dates: 2-4 August 2022
Location: AF CyberWorx Studio, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado

AF CyberWorx is hosting a design sprint with the Second Air Force to find possible solutions to the following question:

How might we optimize and simplify 2USAF Training and Special Warfare Training scheduling?

The CyberWorx team will complete discovery and task analysis prior to the event and hold an accelerated design sprint that includes wireframe design and real-time iteration with optimized designs as a deliverable at the end of Day 3. Ease of use and universal applicability will be prioritized throughout the event. We are seeking partners with the following relevant knowledge/experience for this event:

For more information on this event, please visit our Upcoming Projects page.

Interested in collaborating? Click “Apply” button below.

Application Deadline: 21 July, 2022.

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Industry participants develop their relationships with Air Force personnel while building their network with other subject-matter experts.

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We are looking for problems that directly affect Airmen with the room to develop innovative solutions that would result in more lethal and effective warfighters.  


We are looking for problems that directly affect Airmen with the room to develop innovative solutions that would result in more lethal and effective warfighters. 

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We are pleased to partner with four nonprofits through Partnership Intermediary Agreements.  These partnerships are critical to our mission of delivering the most impactful, user-focused solutions to our warfighters.

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81 years ago today, more than 2,400 Americans were killed during the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor Naval Base, which drew the United States into WWII. This day reminds us to honor those who were lost that day, and signifies the strength and resilience of our United States. https://t.co/XsyngSYuiR AFCyberWorx photo
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