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Applications for the next BRAVO Hackathon, BRAVO 1 Canary Release, will close June 17 at the close of business. Any applicants, other than necessary support personnel, received late will be waitlisted as determined by space availability. Canary Release will kickoff July 18-22 at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, Patrick Space Force Base, Florida, and Eglin Air Force Base, Florida.

A hackathon is an innovation and software development event commonly employed by technology companies, in which teams self-form and urgently develop working prototypes that are later presented to senior leaders.

Department of Defense employees and DoD contractors may apply as either support staff or hackers via Common Access Card login here.

Federal government employees (outside of the DoD) or contractors without a Common Access Card may apply here.


Industry, academia and citizens interested in being considered to participate via Air Force CyberWorx’s Partnership Intermediary, CCTI, should apply here. Selected participants will receive additional details.


Project demos are offered to Department of Defense and federal government employees through a science fair – applications are available here.



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