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Armstrong Laboratory
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Emblem of the Armstrong Laboratory
Active1990–October 1997
CountryUnited States
BranchAir Force
RoleResearch and development
Part ofAir Force Systems Command (1990-1992)
Air Force Materiel Command (1992-1997)
Garrison/HQBrooks City-Base, Texas

Armstrong Laboratory was a research and development organization operated by the United States Air Force Materiel Command.[1] In 1997, the Laboratory was merged into the Air Force Research Laboratory.[2]

The Laboratory was named after Gen Harry G. Armstrong, known as "the father of space medicine."


  1. ^ Bigley, John; Permenter, Paris (2006). Insiders' Guide to San Antonio, 3rd (Insiders' Guide Series). Guilford, Conn: Globe Pequot. p. 305. ISBN 0-7627-4047-7.
  2. ^ Laura L. Koppes (2006). Historical Perspectives in Industrial and Organizational Psychology (Applied Psychology Series) (Applied Psychology Series). Hillsdale, N.J: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. p. 178. ISBN 0-8058-4440-6.


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