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2020 Air Force "Spark Tank" voting portal open now until Feb. 28; Luke AFB idea is a finalist

Voting for the 2020 Air Force Spark Tank competition is open from Feb. 20-28.  Spark Tank is an annual event hosted at the Air Force Association’s Warfare Symposium in Orlando, Florida where Airmen pitch innovative ideas to a panel of top Air Force leadership and industry experts.

Voting for the 2020 Air Force Spark Tank competition is open from Feb. 20-28. Spark Tank is an annual event hosted at the Air Force Association’s Warfare Symposium in Orlando, Florida where Airmen pitch innovative ideas to a panel of top Air Force leadership and industry experts.

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas -- The chance to help propel Air Education and Training Command's 2020 Air Force Spark Tank finalist to the winner's circle is here with the opening of the public voting window that is open from Feb. 20 through 10:06 a.m. on Feb. 28.

Click here to vote (works best in chrome).  Voters can vote only once and the public is invited to participate. Voting closes one minute after the last pitch of the annual competition where Airmen pitch innovative ideas to a panel of top Air Force leadership and industry experts during the Air Force Association's Air Warfare Symposium Feb. 26-28 in Orlando, Florida. 

The First Command's idea, created by Capt. David Coyle and 1st Lt. Adam Treece from the 56th Operational Support Squadron and Wylie Standage Beier, an electrical engineering PhD student at Arizona State University, is called ‘Making Waves’ and centers around the creation of a low-cost, mobile threat emitter system to be used in training for fifth-generation aircraft.

Results can be seen here: https://www.polltab.com/kTWASVJXV/results.  A voting link will also be available on the Air Force public website as well

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