The DARPA Service Chiefs Fellows Program (SCFP) was established to immerse outstanding military officers and government civilians into imaginative and innovative, fast-paced science and technology research. This three-month fellowship provides participants with insight into cutting-edge technology while potentially facilitating the development of future DARPA technologies.
Fellows from each Service have the opportunity to dive deeply into specific technology development in areas of interest to them and to their respective Service, as well as a chance to understand the breadth of DARPA research. This introduction to the DARPA innovation process allows Fellows to gain valuable research experience and return to the field with an appreciation for the Agency’s role of supporting DoD missions by preventing and creating strategic and technological surprise.
Upon completion of their assignment to SCFP, Fellows serve as informal liaisons between DARPA and the Services, reflecting the close relationships forged during their tenure and the experiential understanding of DARPA's technology development process.
Air Force Officers: PSDM 12-611 announces the latest USAF participants in the program. Log on to the Air Force Personnel Services website for more information. AFPC has released PSDM 13-40, which announces the call for nominations for FY18 SCFP participation.
Army Officers: Refer to the Army Human Resources Command website for the latest information on SCFP. Access to the Army Knowledge Online (AKO) is required.
Marine Corps Officers: MARADMIN 261/12 contains information regarding the program. Refer to http://www.marines.mil for more information.
Navy Officers: Contact the detailer at Navy Personnel Command working with the PERS-440 Branch Head, CDR Mark Moran at Mark.G.Moran@navy.mil.
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