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Pictured here are the mathletes who will represent the Tullahoma Chapter at the Tennessee MATHCOUNTS® competition. The team is composed of the members from the winning teams at the MATHCOUNTS competition Jan. 28 at the University of Tennessee Space Institute and the four top scoring individuals not on the winning team. The competition challenges mathletes to solve problems. Shown from left and back row is AEDC chief of Test Systems Sustainment, Col. Raymond Briggs; The Webb School team members, Nicky Dai, Zia Wang, Nathan Xing, Barret Melson; MATHCOUNTS Coach, Lea Anne Windham, from The Webb School; front row, East Middle School student Kyler Parker; West Middle School student Preston McGee; and East Middle School students Jake Bennett and Franklin Zhang. (Courtesy photo) Engineers Week committee announces MATHCOUNTS® winners
Pictured here are the mathletes who will represent the Tullahoma Chapter at the Tennessee MATHCOUNTS® competition. The team is composed of the members from the winning teams at the MATHCOUNTS competition Jan. 28 at the University of Tennessee Space Institute and the four top scoring individuals not on the winning team. The competition challenges
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Default Air Force Logo Engineers Week activities include students from 15 local schools
The theme for this year’s Engineers Week was “Dream Big!”Many high school and middle school students took part in local events designed to help them dream big.The first event, MATHCOUNTS® competition, took place Jan. 28 on the University of Tennessee Space Institute campus. Middle school students from Highland Rim Elementary in Lincoln County, the
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2017
Default Air Force Logo AEDC has new, innovative system for obtaining and analyzing signature data
Major gains are being made in technical innovation at AEDC, one example being the Joint Standard Instrumentation Suite capability that was recently completed by members of the AEDC Instrumentation and Diagnostics Development team. The Joint Standard Instrumentation Suite is a new and innovative system for measuring, recording and analyzing
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2017
Chad Dotson, software engineer for the Real-Time Test Display System team at AEDC, works with the RealTDS software, which enables the test engineers and test customers to view data in real time. Looking on at right is Danna Pemberton, software engineer. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rick Goodfriend) Real-Time Test Display System ensures quality data, successful testing at AEDC
Real-Time Test Display System (RealTDS) at AEDC enables the project team and test customers to view data in real time.Cameron Liner, chief of Test Information Systems Section for the AEDC Test and Communications Branch, stated that obtaining test data quickly is important in making sure test projects go smoothly.“Data acquisition is a critical
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2017
After receiving word about the worn condition of the historical marker for Gen. Henry “Hap” Arnold located on Wattendorf Highway, members of the Junior Force Council at Arnold Air Force Base reached out to the Tennessee Historical Commission about getting the sign refurbished. Pictured is the sign before being refurbished. (Courtesy photo) Historical marker looks like new thanks to Arnold Junior Force Council
With the help of the Junior Force Council at Arnold Air Force Base, the historical marker on Wattendorf Highway has recently been repainted and refurbished.Members of the JFC contacted the Tennessee Historical Commission, who in turn worked with the Tennessee Department of Transportation to take down the historical marker and ship it to the
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Westwood Middle School student Margaret Keeton holds the balloon that will be launched into high-altitude as part of a University of Tennessee Space Institute Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, or STEM, outreach event Jan. 20. Arnold Air Force Base STEM Center volunteers helped in the launch from the Manchester school and in the recovery of the balloon. Students received lectures from UTSI volunteers before the launch on what is needed to deploy high-altitude balloons and how the balloons gather information such as weather, atmospheric and climate data. The Westwood Science Club students assembled the payload and oversaw the launch while the entire seventh grade observed. Photographer John Coffelt, Manchester Times, documented the event. (UTSI photos) Westwood Middle School checks out the weather
Westwood Middle School student Margaret Keeton holds the balloon that will be launched into high-altitude as part of a University of Tennessee Space Institute Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, or STEM, outreach event Jan. 20. Arnold Air Force Base STEM Center volunteers helped in the launch from the Manchester school and in the
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2017
AEDC Woman’s Club members pause for a photo during the Valentine celebration at the AEDCWC meeting Feb. 2 at the Arnold Lakeside Center. Pictured left to right are Suzette McCrorey, Liz Jolliffe, Gail Klingelhoets, Sandie Simms, Sande Hayes, Barb McGuire and Kate Canady. (Courtesy photo) AEDC Woman’s Club hosts singer Carson Hill
The next AEDC Woman’s Club meeting is March 2 at the Arnold Lakeside Center where the entertainment will be Carson Hill from North Carolina.Carson, who is a singer and songwriter, has only been in the Nashville area for approximately 18 months, but she has already made a big impact. She is in the Nashville Rising Star Series in Franklin,
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2017
The Air Force has released additional guidance in regard to the federal civilian hiring freeze implemented Jan. 23. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Kat Bailey) AF releases new guidance on civilian hiring freeze
The Air Force has released additional guidance in regard to the federal civilian hiring freeze implemented Jan. 23.
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2017
Dr. Chris Cotting Dr. Chris Cotting to speak at Engineers Week Banquet
Dr. Chris Cotting, Flight Sciences Technical Expert for the U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School, will be the guest speaker at this year’s Engineers Week Banquet Feb. 23 at the University of Tennessee Space Institute cafeteria.Cotting will speak on the topic “The Symbiotic Relationship of Ground Testing and Flight Testing” and discuss how modern flight
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2017
Default Air Force Logo AEDC to take part in Relay for Life
The Coffee County Relay For Life event is trying several new things this year, one of those changes is Manchester and Tullahoma are combining to host a joint event.For the first time, the organizers of the event are changing the day of the week and the time. The event is being held June 3 from 5-10 p.m. at the Coffee County Joint Industrial Park at
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