Research Facilities and Programs:
AFRL/RH 711 HPW Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio
USAFSAM 711 HPW Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio
AFRL/RH 711 HPW Fort Sam, Texas
The Airman Systems Directorate of Air Force Research Laboratory’s 711th Human Performance Wing conducts basic and applied research and advanced development in the behavioral, physical, and physiological aspects of human performance and safety in military operations. This encompasses activity in the following technical areas: aerospace physiology; biotechnology; human performance; control and display interfaces; human-technology integration; training methods and technologies; logistics technologies and protection against operational hazards including impact, sustained acceleration, vibration, rapid decompression, spatial disorientation, and directed energy. The Directorate is comprised of four technology divisions. The Bioeffects Division is located at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. The Warfighter Readiness Research Division, Warfighter Interface Division and Human-Centered Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Research Division are located at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.