WHO WE ARE

The Army Applications Laboratory was established in 2018, along with the stand-up of the Army Futures Command, to act as a concierge service across the Army’s Future Force Modernization Enterprise and the broader commercial marketplace of ideas. Based on the 8th floor of the Capital Factory in Austin, AAL’s mission is to align innovative solutions and technologies with Army problems, resources and programs to rapidly discover, validate and transition technology applications in support of Army modernization. In other words, AAL exists to connect ideas from a broad range of solvers with the right people and organizations within the Army to close capability gaps and field novel solutions.

AAL is the Army’s proponent for disruptive innovation. If you have a new idea to address one of the Army’s modernization challenges, you can submit it to AAL for consideration and the chance to work together to solve it.

Learn more at www.aal.army

OUR LEADERSHIP

Colonel (COL) Len Rosanoff

Director of the Army Applications Laboratory

Colonel
Len Rosanoff

Director of the Army Applications Laboratory

Col. Len Rosanoff is the director of the Army Applications Laboratory responsible for establishing the vision and strategy of AAL and nurturing relationships with key Army and commercial stakeholders. He guides the team forward to connect startups, entrepreneurs, tech companies, venture capitals, universities, research labs and others with the right people, problems and organizations in the Army to support the Future Force Modernization Enterprise.

A native of New Jersey, Len is a career Special Forces Army officer, most recently serving as the chief of operations for the Special Operations Division prior to joining AAL. In addition to numerous military awards and decorations, Len holds a Bachelor’s of Science in History from Marshall University where he was originally commissioned as a 2nd lieutenant armor officer through Reserve Officers’ Training Corps. He is also a graduate of the Armor Officer Basic Course, Infantry Officer Advanced Course and Marine Corps Command and General Staff College.

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