|Role||Research and development|
|Part of||Air Force Systems Command (1990-1992)|
Air Force Materiel Command (1992-1997)
|Garrison/HQ||Brooks City-Base, Texas|
Armstrong Laboratory was a research and development organization operated by the United States Air Force Materiel Command. In 1997, the Laboratory was merged into the Air Force Research Laboratory.
The Laboratory was named after Gen Harry G. Armstrong, known as "the father of space medicine."
- Louis Rosenberg, developer at Armstrong Laboratory
- Virtual fixture, augmented reality system developed at Armstrong Laboratory
- 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.
- 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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