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The ceremonial ribbon is cut to mark the completion of renovations to the von Kármán Gas Dynamics Facility Main Test & Laboratory Building. The two-phased project consisted of HVAC replacement, fire suppression system upgrades, and improvements to facility lighting, flooring and walls. The renovation also included both mold and asbestos abatement. Pictured from left are: Col. Timothy West, chief of AEDC Test Operations Division; Col. Scott Cain, AEDC commander; Tony Pennington, Test Support Division Engineering Section project manager; Glenn Liston, chief of the High Speed Experimentation Branch; Barry Banks, NAS Construction superintendent; Lance Baxter, director of the Hypersonics Combined Test Force; and Lt. Col. David Hoffman, director of the Flight Systems CTF. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rick Goodfriend)
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The ribbon is cut to mark the completion of renovations to the Medical Aid Station. Work included new ceilings, flooring, paint and lighting throughout the building. Pictured from left are: Medical Aid Station Chief Fred Kasper; AEDC Commander Col. Scott Cain; Test Support Division Engineering Section Project Manager Jennifer Daugherty; Dr. Tija McDaniels, physician for the Veterans Administration at Arnold AFB; and Lisa Patton, nurse practitioner for the VA at Arnold. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rick Goodfriend)
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The new Mach 18 nozzle design at the AEDC Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9 at the AEDC site in White Oak, Maryland, near Silver Spring, has been successfully verified using computational fluid dynamic (CFD) codes. This image shows computed contours of Mach number within the new Mach 18 nozzle design. (AEDC image)
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John Hopf speaks about a heat transfer simulation model at the von Kàrmàn Gas Dynamics Facility during the Flight Systems Combined Test Force open house Oct. 21. The Flight Systems CTF at AEDC offers aerodynamic ground-test capabilities from very low subsonic speeds through Mach number 10 in various wind tunnels. These tunnels provide essential test and analysis services in support of DOD, national, U.S. industry and international space programs. (U.S. Air Force photo/Bradley Hicks) (This image was manipulated by obscuring badges for security purposes.)
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Lt. Col. David Hoffman addresses attendees of the Oct. 21 Flight Systems Combined Test Force open house event. The Flight Systems CTF at AEDC offers aerodynamic ground-test capabilities from very low subsonic speeds through Mach number 10 in various wind tunnels. These tunnels provide essential test and analysis services in support of DOD, national, U.S. industry and international space programs. (U.S. Air Force photo/Bradley Hicks) (This image was manipulated by obscuring badges for security purposes.)
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AEDC test teams have successfully completed testing an adaptive three-stream fan in the J2 Engine Test Facility at Arnold Air Force Base. The testing for Pratt & Whitney was conducted as part of the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory’s Adaptive Engine Technology Development program. (Courtesy photo/Pratt & Whitney)
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AEDC Commander gets an up-close look at Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9 capabilities
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AEDC Commander Col. Scott Cain joins Lead Project Engineer Joseph Coblish at the AEDC Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9 in White Oak, Maryland, as Tunnel 9 Chief Facility Engineer Nick Fredrick, left, oversees new installation of temperature sensitive paint system in the lower cell. (U.S. Air Force photo/Arnold Collier)
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Barry McWhorter, crane operator at Arnold Air Force Base, tries out the new crane purchased to perform maintenance and repair of Arnold AFB support assets. The crane arrived at Arnold AFB on April 28. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rick Goodfriend)
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The Grove GMK5200-1 Hydraulic All Terrain Mobile Crane, pictured, was recently purchased for routine maintenance and repair of Arnold Air Force Base test support assets. The crane is 54 feet long, 10 feet wide or 26 feet wide with outriggers extended, 13 feet high and weighs 132,000 pounds. It is also capable of lifting 240 tons and has a reach of 210 feet. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rick Goodfriend)
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