Air Force Chief Scientist Werner Dahm rolled out the much-anticipated Technology Horizons report that lays out the service's science and technology priorities for the next decade and beyond during a briefing with reporters in the Pentagon, July 14, 2010. It comes after the service conducted a comprehensive one-year review of its science and technology portfolio. Dahm said the report identifies technology efforts that will be "disproportionately valuable" to the Air Force, and could create a force that looks significantly different by 2030 than the one operating today. Here, Air Force cadets and contractors work on the experimental FalconSAT-5 satellite at Kirtland AFB, N.M., Nov. 12, 2009.
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