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Welcome to the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Munitions Directorate Technical Library's remote access guide.
Find information about what library resources are available remotely, wherever our customers may be.
The library is currently closed while Eglin Air Force Base is at Health Protection Condition (HPCON) Alpha - Mission Essential Status. The library team is available to assist AFRL researchers remotely during the HPCON Alpha telework situation. Please use the library's general email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to contact our team. The library is currently open, alternatively customers can use the drop box near the parking lot to return library materials.
The Eglin Air Force Base website hosts a detailed Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Resources page if you need further information. For local area Coronavirus (COVID-19) information the Okaloosa County Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Resources provides current updates.
Access the AFRL Munitions Directorate Technical Library's databases, electronic books and journals, and other online resources.
Click here to see a detailed list of the databases and other electronic resources available to our customers. You'll find helpful descriptions explaining each resource.
Use Publication Finder to access the AFRL Munitions Directorate Technical Library's databases, electronic books and journals, and other online resources.
Email the library to ask a reference question or discover all of the ways our librarians can help.
Laptops may be checked out from the technical library by AFRL personnel only. Borrowers must use a CAC to create a profile on the laptop and may not install their own software, or change system settings. The laptops may be used for TDY and may also be used for long-term check out if approved by your supervisor. Contact the technical library to learn more.
Visit our helpful guide to learn about how to submit a request for a Horizon Scan and/or Tech Watch report to the library's Research and Analytics Team of librarians.