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Default Air Force Logo AEDC Legal office provides political activity guidance to team members: Do's and Don'ts for DOD employee political activities
As we draw near to the end of another presidential election cycle it is prudent that we take a moment and recall what activities government personnel – both civilian and military – can and cannot participate in regarding partisan political activity.The following is general guidance and is not meant to be an exhaustive list of do’s and do not’s, but
0 10/17
2016
Paul Denton, right, a computer numerically controlled (CNC) programmer at the Model and Machine Shop, talks to a group of Franklin County students who participated in the Franklin County Industry Day on Oct. 6 and toured AEDC as part of the program. One of the stops on the tour was the Machine Shop, where the students were able to ask questions about how different items needed for testing at the Complex are fabricated. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jacqueline Cowan) Franklin County Industry Day students tour AEDC
Paul Denton, right, a computer numerically controlled (CNC) programmer at the Model and Machine Shop, talks to a group of Franklin County students who participated in the Franklin County Industry Day on Oct. 6 and toured AEDC as part of the program. One of the stops on the tour was the Machine Shop, where the students were able to ask questions
0 10/17
2016
Eric Paciano (left) and Jonathan Lichtwardt (right), both aerospace engineering graduate students at Cal Poly, prepare the AMELIA model airplane for a test. "If you go to SFO (San Francisco International Airport) you're not going to see a single plane that looks like this," Lichtwardt said. AMELIA is still about 20 years away from becoming a reality. The model is made of aluminum and steel with a 10-foot wingspan. (Photo by Mike Anderson) AEDC National Full-Scale Aerodynamics Complex: One of a kind, ready for future testing
The National Full-Scale Aerodynamics Complex, managed and operated by AEDC, remains the world’s largest aerodynamics test facility and, because of its large size, has a wide range of testing capabilities that are unmatched by any other facility of its kind. NFAC, a geographically separated unit located at Ames Research Center in Mountain View,
0 10/17
2016
Lalonnie Saltzman (right), departing as the administrative assistant of the Air Force Research Laboratory High Speed Experimentation Branch for a new assignment in the Contracting Execution Division at AEDC, receives the Civilian Achievement Award, Sept. 30, honoring her time and accomplishments within the AFRL/RQHX branch. The award was presented by Dr. Douglas Blake, AFRL/RQ Director, visiting from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jacqueline Cowan)
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Saltzman receives award
Lalonnie Saltzman (right), departing as the administrative assistant of the Air Force Research Laboratory High Speed Experimentation Branch for a new assignment in the Contracting Execution Division at AEDC, receives the Civilian Achievement Award, Sept. 30, honoring her time and accomplishments within the AFRL/RQHX branch. The award was presented
0 10/17
2016
RECESS! physical activity challenge AFMC promotes ‘RECESS’ physical activity challenge
During the months of October through December, Air Force Materiel Command will promote its RECESS physical activity challenge.RECESS is a command-wide initiative which is conducted by Civilian Health Promotion Services, to help the AFMC workforce increase movement by promoting short bursts of physical activity throughout the day.According to a 2015
0 10/07
2016
Amanda Kovacs, pictured, is TEMPEST, or Emissions Security, manager at AEDC. In her position she oversees the TEMPEST program, which identifies vulnerabilities in information systems processing classified information. Kovacs is the first government civilian to serve as AEDC TEMPEST manager. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jacqueline Cowan) Kovacs helping to maintain cybersecurity at AEDC
For the past year, Amanda Kovacs has been assigned as the AEDC TEMPEST, or Emissions Security, manager.As TEMPEST manager she oversees the TEMPEST program, which identifies vulnerabilities in information systems processing classified information that could result in compromising emanations and the possible interception of these emanations. Kovacs
0 10/03
2016
Jim Evans, assistant chief with Arnold AFB Fire and Emergency Services (U.S. Air Force photo/Rick Goodfriend) Every smoke alarm has an expiration date: What’s yours?
Does your home have a smoke alarm?According to the National Fire Protection Association, the answer is likely “yes.” NFPA research shows that most American homes have at least one. But do you know how old your smoke alarms are? If you’re like most people, you’re probably not so sure.A recent survey conducted by NFPA revealed that only a small
0 10/03
2016
Global Positioning System Block IIF satellite (United States Government photo) AEDC tests contribute to world space advancement
During World Space Week, Oct. 4-10, AEDC testing of the Global Positioning System satellite and the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-M (GOES-M) weather satellite can be remembered as an essential contributor to advancing the observation of earth from space.The 2016 theme of the WSW is “Remote sensing: Enabling Our Future,” and
0 10/03
2016
Second Lt. Thomas Julian and the AEDC Commander Col. Rodney Todaro cut the birthday cake during the Air Force Birthday Fair Sept. 16, 2016, at the Arnold Lakeside Center. The Air Force 69th birthday was Sept. 18. (U.S. Air Force photo/Emily Howell) AEDC team members celebrate Air Force birthday
Second Lt. Thomas Julian and the AEDC Commander Col. Rodney Todaro cut the birthday cake during the Air Force Birthday Fair Sept. 16, 2016, at the Arnold Lakeside Center. The Air Force 69th birthday was Sept. 18. (U.S. Air Force photo/Emily Howell)
0 10/03
2016
A group of AEDC software engineers, pictured here, recently assisted in improving the Computer Assisted Dynamic Data Monitoring and Analysis System and Propulsion Data Processing and Analysis System to benefit operations of future turbine test projects. Some of the engineers involved in this effort were, left to right, Stephen Powell, Michael Walker, Nathan Harrison, Rusty Zarecor and Phil Voyles. AEDC Instrumentation, Data and Controls team implements significant software changes
Members of the AEDC Instrumentation, Data and Controls team have implemented software changes that will benefit aeropropulsion test cells at the Complex by increasing the speed in which the Air Force and AEDC test customers receive dynamic data. Mike Pepple, an ID&C supervisor, credits the team of software engineers for improving the Computer
0 9/26
2016
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