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Sculptor Elaine Bell sculpts the face of local, fallen hero Private Nathan Clemons at MARBLECast Inc. in Salt Lake City.(Photo courtesy of Operation Never Forget) Fallen heroes of war honored with life-size bronze busts
Marine Private First Class Nathan Bradley Clemons will forever be a part of the Franklin County Courthouse. The dedication ceremony unveiling the bust of Private Nathan Clemons will be held on the Franklin County Courthouse steps at 2 p.m., Nov. 11. A life-like, life-size professionally sculpted bronze bust of Private Clemons, who died when an
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2007
Infrared image of an electrical connection through an infrared window. (Photo courtesy) Infrared program saves time and money, team awarded for efforts
The need for improving inspection processes has been a focus of many Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC) departments for years. Arnold's response to this effort resulted in an award-winning program. When the Facilities O&M department was tasked to assess the equipment health of major test facilities, they not only took it on, but made it
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2007
Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn.—Aerospace Testing Alliance’s Warner Holt, deputy branch manager of facilities maintenance, was recently promoted to lieutenant colonel.
Maj. Gen. Gus Hargett, left, Tennessee Adjutant General promoted Holt at Joint Force Headquarters in Nashville. Colonel Holt’s wife Nancy, right, and daughter Alexis were also present. Holt has 24 years of service with the Tennessee Army National Guard and is currently assigned to the Regimental Fires Squadron, 278th Armored Calvary Regiment, Winchester, Tenn. Holt recently returned from a deployment to Afghanistan where he was an embedded trainer for an Afghan National Army Infantry Battalion. He was also awarded the Bronze Star Medal and the Combat Action Badge for his actions while deployed. Moving up the ranks

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2007
Mulch from the Horse Barn Road wood pile is now stockpiled at the landfill to prevent stormwater runoff. (Photo by Mike Hodges) Landfill material used for base projects
Sometimes what we throw away isn't really trash. Take, for example, some of the things that used to end up in the Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC) Construction and Demolition (C&D) landfill. Masonry, wood, and scrap metal components once represented a bulk of the material that was buried. However, after the implantation of diversion
0 10/19
2007
Arnold Air Force Base Superintendent Chief Master Sgt. Everett Smith III will retire after 30 years of service in the Air Force. His retirement ceremony will be on Oct. 25. (Photo by David Housch) Top enlisted leader to retire after 30 years
Superintendent of Arnold Engineering Development Center, Chief Master Sgt. Everett Smith III, is retiring from the Air Force after a 30-year career.His retirement ceremony will be held Oct. 26 on base.Reflecting on his time at AEDC, Chief Smith said one of his main goals while at Arnold was to give something back to the Air Force family. "In my
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2007
Col. Jim Jolliffe, 704th Test Group commander, talks with a Vietman veteran at the opening ceremony of the "Moving Wall" Oct. 19 in Winchester, Tenn. Colonel Jolliffe was a guest speaker at the event. The "Moving Wall" is a traveling replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. (Photo by Rick Goodfriend) 'They awake from underneath blankets of freedom '

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2007
Jean Paul Mihigo, an Aerospace Testing Alliance data analysis engineer at Arnold Engineering Development Center, Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn., studies a test brief in the center’s J-1 engine test cell. (Photo by David Housch) Arnold's Jean Paul Mihigo knows the meaning of freedom
Jean Paul Mihigo graduated from high school in 1993 and set his sights on college, but first he had to overcome a few obstacles. Born and raised in Congo-Nil, a town of 20,000 in Rwanda, Africa, Mihigo and his family fled the country when an ongoing civil war spiraled out of control in July 1994. "More than three million people left the country -
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2007
Two boys hold the doves that a magician pulled out of his top hat at the Air Force 60th anniversary event at Arnold Engineering Development Center’s Gossick Leadership Center Recreation Beach area. (Photo by David Housch) Base, public enjoy games, food, music at Air Force event
Hundreds showed up at the Gossick Leadership Center recreation area to celebrate the Air Force's 60th Anniversary Sept. 30. Total Package Events from Clarksville entertained the crowd with carnival games, Bingo, face painting, caricature drawings, a clown who made balloon hats and many more activities. They also provided giant inflatable play
0 10/05
2007
Arnold Engineering Development Center Fire Chief Daryle Lopes (Photo by Rick Goodfriend) Tuff competition challenges AEDC's finest
The fourth annual Tennessee Ultimate Fire Fighter (TUFF) Challenge and Muster was held Sept. 29 at the Tennessee Fire Service and Codes Enforcement Academy in Bell Buckle, Tenn. It was open to Tennessee firefighters and fire departments only. Several from Arnold Engineering Development Center's fire department participated in this year's challenge:
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2007
Secretary of the Air Force Michael W. Wynne arrives at the Air Force Memorial service in Washington, D.C., Sept. 23. (Photo by Claude Morse) Air Force Association Air & Space conference honors Air Force 60th anniversary
The Air Force Association annual convention concluded last week in Washington, D.C. Some 260 delegates represented chapters and state organizations from across the nation. Delegates met Sept. 22-23 to conduct the business of the organization, including the reelection of Bob Largent as National Chairman and Tennessee's own Joe Sutter as Vice
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2007
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