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AEDC supports more than 50 years of testing for T-38 TalonAEDC supports more than 50 years of testing for T-38 Talon
AEDC supports more than 50 years of testing for T-38 Talon

The T-38 Northrop Talon supersonic jet trainer was tested in AEDC’s 16T in 1958. The first T-38 flew in 1959; it is still operational with the Air Education and Training Command. (AEDC file photo)
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Posted: 4/8/2011

Exercise team conducts base trainingExercise team conducts base training
Exercise team conducts base training

An exercise evaluation team staged a base exercise training scenario of a C-130 Hercules aircraft crash at Arnold’s airfield. (Photo by Rick Goodfriend)
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Posted: 8/21/2009

Civic leaders arrive at ArnoldCivic leaders arrive at Arnold
Civic leaders arrive at Arnold

Murray King, Arnold AFB Airfield manager, directs the C-130 aircraft delivering the Little Rock AFB civic leaders. Inset, AEDC Commander Col. Art Huber welcomes Brig. Gen. Rowayne A. Schatz to Arnold. (Photo by Rick Goodfriend)
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Posted: 9/22/2008

Big bird landsBig bird lands
Big bird lands

Arnold Engineering Development Center firefighters meet with a crew of a Tennessee Air National Guard WC-130 that landed at Arnold AFB last week. Firefighters received familiarization briefings on the aircraft while it was on the ground. C-130s from the Tennessee Air National Guard 118th Airlift Wing in Nashville regularly use Arnold’s airfield for training and use a drop zone on base for practice air drops. The 118th will soon be starting a new crew training mission using the WC-130 aircraft.
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Posted: 7/19/2011

Bomb awayBomb away
Bomb away

A model of a GBU-39 Small Diameter Bomb (SDB) mounted on a sting is separated from the F-35 Lightning II aircraft during a test in Arnold Engineering Development Center’s (AEDC) four-foot transonic wind tunnel. (Photos by Rick Goodfriend)
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Posted: 1/15/2008

Small and lethalSmall and lethal
Small and lethal

A model of a GBU-39 Small Diameter Bomb (SDB) mounted on a sting is separated from the F-35 Lightning II aircraft during a test in Arnold Engineering Development Center’s (AEDC) four-foot transonic wind tunnel. (Photos by Rick Goodfriend)
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Posted: 1/15/2008

Closer lookCloser look
Closer look

From left, Monique Purdon and Chris Hetreed, F-35 Lightning II store separation team engineers with Lockheed Martin, examine a GBU-31 Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) in the test section of Arnold Engineering Development Center's (AEDC) four-foot transonic wind tunnel. (Photo by Rick Goodfriend)
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Posted: 1/14/2008

Minor modMinor mod
Minor mod

Aerospace Testing Alliance (ATA) Outside Machinist Jim Lynch makes adjustments to a model of a GBU-31 Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) before F-35 Lightning II store separation testing resumed in Arnold Engineering Development's (AEDC) four-foot transonic wind tunnel. ATA is the support contractor at AEDC. (Photo by Rick Goodfriend)
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Posted: 1/14/2008

In their honorIn their honor
In their honor

This F-4C Phantom displayed at Gate 2 will be dedicated Nov. 27 in the memory of Col. Lawrence H. Golberg and Maj. Patrick E. Wynne. On Aug. 8, 1966 the 555th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, lost F-4C 63-7560, call sign ‘Ozark’ following a Rolling Thunder Armed Reconnaissance mission over North Vietnam. After delivering their ordnance against trucks, the aircraft was beginning the run home when hit by anti-aircraft fire and crashed into the jungle. Colonel Golberg and Major Wynne were listed as “Missing in Action” until 1977 when their remains were located and returned to the United States. (AEDC Photo)
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Posted: 11/21/2007

Honoring the fallenHonoring the fallen
Honoring the fallen

The F-15 static display aircraft at Arnold Air Force Base's Main Gate will be dedicated Aug. 9 in honor of Maj. Jim Duricy who was killed when he was forced to eject at high speed as the F-15 he piloted crashed into the Gulf of Mexico April 30, 2002. He was assigned to the 40th Flight Test Squadron, Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. (Photo by David Housch)
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Posted: 7/30/2007

Ready, set, goReady, set, go
Ready, set, go

Air Reserve paratroopers from the 861st Quartermaster Company in Nashville, Tenn., jump out of a Tennessee Air National Guard C-130 Hercules over Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn., April 1 during a mock-deployment exercise. (Photo by Claude Morse)
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Posted: 4/6/2007

Dedication ceremonyDedication ceremony
Dedication ceremony

This F-14D Tomcat static display at Arnold Air Force Base's Main Gate entrance will be dedicated March 30 in honor of Navy Lt. Kara Hultgreen, the first Navy's first carrier-based combat fighter pilot. The lieutenant was killed in a Tomcat crash in 1994. (Photo by David Housch)
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Posted: 3/19/2007

    

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