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Crews remove an old Data Acquisition and Control enclosure from Cart 2 of Propulsion Wind Tunnel 16T. An effort was launched this fiscal year to bring upgrades to 16T, including the installation of new Data Acquisition and Test Article Control systems and new enclosures for multiple 16T testing carts.  (U.S. Air Force Photo)
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A new Test Article Control System enclosure is installed onto Cart 2 of the Propulsion Wind Tunnel 16T. (U.S. Air Force Photo)
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Technicians Will Miller, left, and Steve Lampley install instrumentation wiring in the Computational Technology Area Axial boom in Propulsion Wind Tunnel 16T at Arnold Air Force Base. (U.S. Air Force Photo)
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Machinists Jeff Farris, right, and Jim Lynch install the 16T Captive Trajectory System Angular Drive Mechanism onto the CTS Axial boom. Systems and software in Propulsion Wind Tunnel 16T at Arnold Air Force Base were upgraded this fiscal year as part of a multimillion dollar effort. (U.S. Air Force Photo)
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Carpenter Shop team members complete measurements at the von Kármán Gas Dynamics Facility for the construction of a platform. Pictured from left are Don Parker, Brad Summers and Allen Mull. (U.S. Air Force photo/Bradley Hicks) (This image was manipulated by obscuring badges for security purposes)
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Paint Shop team member C.D. Hobbs completes sandblasting work at Arnold Air Force Base. Sandblasting is one of many duties charged to the Paint Shop at Arnold AFB. (U.S. Air Force photo/Bradley Hicks)
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Paint Shop team member Jill Clark uses epoxy to patch a door at Arnold Air Force Base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Bradley Hicks) (This image was manipulated by obscuring badges for security purposes)
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Paint Shop team members John McDonald, left, and Jerry Walls prepare a sign at the Arnold Air Force Base Model Shop. (U.S. Air Force photo/Bradley Hicks) (This image was manipulated by obscuring badges for security purposes)
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Robert Heckman, CMSgt, Superintendent
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Jason Austin, director of AEDC Public Affairs, gives Chief Master Sgt. Robert Heckman, AEDC Superintendent, a tour of the test facilities at Arnold Air Force Base. Heckman recently started in his new role at Arnold, previously serving as superintendent of the 460th Operations Group, headquartered at Buckley AFB, Colorado. As AEDC Superintendent, Heckman will be an advisor to AEDC Commander Col. Scott Cain on all issues regarding operations, readiness, morale, good order and discipline at the Complex. (U.S. Air Force photo/Christopher Warner)
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Chief Master Sgt Heckman (U.S. Air Force photo/Deidre Ortiz)
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Elvis Encalada, Jesse Labello and David Woods, engineers with the Space and Missiles Combined Test Force at Arnold Air Force Base, have worked together to develop a telemetry package that will be used to transmit data when launching projectiles. According to the team, the use of this telemetry package will enable AEDC test customers to obtain critical data about boundary layer transition during hypersonic flight and hypervelocity impacts. (U.S. Air Force photo/Deidre Ortiz)
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Engineers with the Space and Missiles Combined Test Force at Arnold Air Force Base are developing a telemetry package that will be used to transmit data when launching projectiles at over 25,000 Gs. To accommodate a stand-alone electronics package, an antenna with a detachable radome and multiple integrated sensors, the projectile itself is made up of different parts and materials. Shown are the various parts of the project and then the projectile when totally assembled. (U.S. Air Force photos/Deidre Ortiz) (This image was manipulated by obscuring badges for security purposes)
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Engineers with the Space and Missiles Combined Test Force at Arnold Air Force Base are developing a telemetry package that will be used to transmit data when launching projectiles at over 25,000 Gs. To accommodate a stand-alone electronics package, an antenna with a detachable radome and multiple integrated sensors, the projectile itself is made up of different parts and materials. Shown are the various parts of the project and then the projectile when totally assembled. (U.S. Air Force photos/Deidre Ortiz)
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An outdoor storage area burns at the Kirchhoff Automotive Plant in Manchester June 6. Arnold Air Force Base Fire & Emergency Services supplied mutual aid during the fire. (Courtesy photo)
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Multiple local fire departments extinguish a fire at the Kirchhoff Automotive Plant in Manchester June 6. Arnold Air Force Base Fire & Emergency Services supplied mutual aid during the fire. (Courtesy photo)
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