November 2019

 

“What you see here is your Air Force trying to do things differently; experimenting with how we can work closer with the commercial space market particularly the small businesses,” said Lt. Gen. John “JT” Thompson, Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center commander. “We have to transition from an industrial age acquisition model to something more modern. We have to do that because of the threats we are seeing from our adversaries.”

Braxton gave a private pitch on Day One of the inaugural AF Space Pitch Days, and was one of 12 companies that walked away with a Phase II SBIR contract and a $50,000 credit card swipe to start executing.

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