By Ian Thompson
Phoenix Spark has seen three years of nurturing ideas into innovations.
It has allowed airmen the time, the technology and access to outside expertise to develop ways to improve how the Air Force does business defending the country.
That, in turn, empowers airmen to realize that they can make a change.
Three years after it started at Travis Air Force Base, Phoenix Spark, which was developed under the Air Force-level AFWERX program, has seen 25 other similar cells established at other Air Force bases in the U.S. and overseas.