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: Dan Marren, front, works as part of a test team on the first aero-optical experiment in the Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9, then operated by the Naval Surface Warfare Center, in support of the Strategic Defense Initiative Program in 1984. The innovative test measured precise optical aberrations of target signals presented to interceptor seekers travelling at Mach 10 which enabled the realization of ballistic missile defensive test capabilities used worldwide. Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9, located at the Federal Research Center in White Oak, Maryland, is now operated by AEDC. Marren, who is the director of the AEDC White Oak site was recently selected to receive the 2017 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Ground Testing Technical Committee’s Ground Testing Award. (U.S. Navy photo) AEDC White Oak site director receives 2017 AIAA Ground Test Award
Dan Marren, director of the Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9, AEDC White Oak site at the Federal Research Center in White Oak, Maryland, has been selected to receive the 2017 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Ground Testing Technical Committee’s Ground Testing Award.Dan Lewis, Tunnel 9 project engineer, nominated Marren for his
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Following opening remarks, Tiffany Singleton, pictured, sings the National Anthem at the 2017 African American Heritage Committee Luncheon on Feb. 16 at the Arnold Lakeside Center. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jacqueline Cowan) Guest speaker reflects on diversity, education at AEDC African American Heritage Committee luncheon
The annual AEDC African American Heritage Committee Luncheon was held at the Arnold Lakeside Center Feb. 16 as part of Black History Month.This year’s theme for Black History Month, which is established by the Association for the Study of African American Life and History, is The Crisis of Black Education, focusing on the crucial role of education
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AEDC engineer Tom Hartvigsen, right, discusses AEDC inspection capabilities to prospective engineering students attending Engineers Week Engineer for a Day Feb. 22 at Arnold Air Force Base. Pictured with Hartvigsen is Coffee County Central High School student Andrew Godwin, far left, and Fayetteville High School student Mitchell Beverly. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rick Goodfriend) Area students get glimpse into the day of an AEDC engineer
AEDC engineer Tom Hartvigsen, right, discusses AEDC inspection capabilities to prospective engineering students attending Engineers Week Engineer for a Day Feb. 22 at Arnold Air Force Base. Pictured with Hartvigsen is Coffee County Central High School student Andrew Godwin, far left, and Fayetteville High School student Mitchell Beverly. (U.S. Air
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Tanya Thompson, 561st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron aircraft worker, and Alvin Abraham, 561st AMXS aircraft hydraulic systems technician, install hydraulic lines in the airframe mounted accessory drive area of an F-15 during depot maintenance Feb. 16, 2017, at Robins Air Force Base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tommie Horton/Released) AFMC leaders craft new command vision and goals, strive for more agility, cost effectiveness
A revised vision statement and updated goals reinforce Air Force Materiel Command's continuous push to find more ways to be agile and cost effective in providing war-winning support to the warfighter.
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AEDC Test Support Division Chief Col. Eric Leshinsky (center left) and AEDC Commander Col. Rodney Todaro (center right) cut the ribbon during the Ribbon Cutting ceremony for the construction completion of the Arnold AFB Ground Vehicle Fueling Facility Nov. 16, 2016. The facility recently opened for business providing regular unleaded gasoline and diesel fuel for government vehicles at the Complex. Pictured with Leshinsky and Todaro are team members who worked on the project. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rick Goodfriend) New Ground Vehicle Fueling Facility opens for business
After months of preparation, the Arnold Air Force Base Ground Vehicle Fueling Facility is accepting customers who are fueling government vehicles with regular unleaded gasoline or diesel fuel, also known as GUR or DS2.“The new facility is located on 4th Street and will operate in the same manner as the old facility,” wrote Gary Chain, Fuels
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Default Air Force Logo AEDC team members honored for receiving 2017 Science, Engineering and Technical Management Annual Awards
AEDC team members were recently recognized for their outstanding performance in management by receiving an AEDC 2017 Science, Engineering and Technical Management Annual Award.AEDC Executive Director, Dr. Mark Mehalic, expressed his respect for the team members in a message to the workforce.“I am honored to congratulate the following individuals
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St. Andrews Sewanee students Ester Yang, far left, and Kyra Wilson, second from left, accept the Engineers Week Student Design Competition first place award Feb. 21 from Paul Ritter, AEDC engineer. The competition, held Feb. 21 at the University of Tennessee Space Institute Main Auditorium, was a challenge presented to 25 student teams from 10 schools where they designed and built a vessel to carry cargo across water using provided materials. The teams were judged on the quantity of goods transported and the speed of the delivery. (Courtesy photo) St. Andrews Sewanee students receive top honors at Engineers Week Student Design Competition
St. Andrews Sewanee students Ester Yang, far left, and Kyra Wilson, second from left, accept the Engineers Week Student Design Competition first place award Feb. 21 from Paul Ritter, AEDC engineer. The competition, held Feb. 21 at the University of Tennessee Space Institute Main Auditorium, was a challenge presented to 25 student teams from 10
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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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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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