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March 12 proclaimed AEDC Day in TennesseeMarch 12 proclaimed AEDC Day in Tennessee
March 12 proclaimed AEDC Day in Tennessee

Tennessee State Representative Judd Matheny (center) and Senator Janice Bowling presented a House Joint Resolution 718 to honor and commemorate AEDC, proclaiming March 12 as AEDC Day in Tennessee. Shown standing with Matheny is (l-r) Industrial Board of Coffee County Executive Director Ted Hackney, Industrial Board of Coffee County Chairman Bill Comer, Congressman Diane Black, Rep. David Alexander, ACC President Ben Craig, AEDC Test Support Division Director Col. James Krajewski and Air Force Chief of Staff Civic Leader Walt Wood. (Photo by provided)
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Posted: 3/11/2014

March 12 proclaimed AEDC Day in TennesseeMarch 12 proclaimed AEDC Day in Tennessee
March 12 proclaimed AEDC Day in Tennessee

A proclamation was presented to AEDC by the Tennessee Senate and House of Representatives on March 10 proclaiming March 12 as AEDC Day in Tennessee. AEDC Test Support Division Director Col. James Krajewski (center), was present to accept the proclamation along with Arnold Community Council President Ben Craig (right of Krajewski). Also shown standing with Krajewski is (l-r) Industrial Board of Coffee County Executive Director Ted Hackney, Congressman Diane Black, Senator Janice Bowling and Industrial Board of Coffee County Chairman Bill Comer. (Photo by provided)
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Posted: 3/11/2014

AEDC employees participate in MLK Jr. Remembrance WalkAEDC employees participate in MLK Jr. Remembrance Walk
AEDC employees participate in MLK Jr. Remembrance Walk

Employees recently participated in a Remembrance Walk at Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC) as a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and others who made sacrifices for equality and fairness in providing opportunities and freedoms for all people. The event was also in recognition of the national birthday celebration of King with a theme of “Remember! Celebrate! Act! … A Day On, Not a Day Off.” The theme focused on community service. The event began with remarks from AEDC African American Heritage Committee Remembrance Walk Coordinators Fred Rone and Art Walker and AEDC Commander Col. Raymond Toth followed by a walk around a portion of the Complex.
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Posted: 2/12/2014

AEDC committee to hold African American Heritage LuncheonAEDC committee to hold African American Heritage Luncheon
AEDC committee to hold African American Heritage Luncheon

Jerry (J.T.) Northcutt is an Aerospace Testing Alliance (ATA) Quality manager and Management System Branch manager.
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Posted: 1/31/2014

AEDC shows changes in workplace at local Smithsonian exhibitAEDC shows changes in workplace at local Smithsonian exhibit
AEDC shows changes in workplace at local Smithsonian exhibit

AEDC 1st Lt. Charmeeka Scroggins talks to students about the way work was done at AEDC in the 1950s and 1960s during the Smithsonian Exhibition “The Way We Worked” at the Cowan Railroad museum April 4. AEDC was one of many local landmarks featured during the exhibits visit to Cowan. (Photo by Patrick Ary)
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Posted: 4/27/2012

AEDC shows changes in workplace at local Smithsonian exhibitAEDC shows changes in workplace at local Smithsonian exhibit
AEDC shows changes in workplace at local Smithsonian exhibit

AEDC 1st Lt. Charmeeka Scroggins explains a slide rule and its past applications in work done at the center to students at the Smithsonian Exhibition in Cowan April 4. The slide rule was one of many items on display that showed students how engineers and scientists used to work at AEDC. (Photo by Patrick Ary)
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Posted: 4/27/2012

AEDC history office team puts a face on historyAEDC history office team puts a face on history
AEDC history office team puts a face on history

Gwendolyn Hinson, AEDC archive assistant, and David Hiebert, AEDC’s historian, look at a metal sign made to commemorate the restoration of the J-5 Rocket Test Cell. The facility was destroyed in an explosion in 1985. No one was killed, but the explosion could be heard 30 miles away. According to Hiebert, the center vowed to return it to service in one year at $20 million. They did it in less time for less money. The red bird is the phoenix rising from the ashes. Hiebert said the commemorative piece is a heavy piece of metal, weighing around 50 pounds. (Photo by Rick Goodfriend))
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Posted: 6/30/2011

AEDC history office team puts a face on historyAEDC history office team puts a face on history
AEDC history office team puts a face on history

Gwendolyn Hinson, AEDC archive assistant, and David Hiebert, AEDC’s historian, examine the Rembrandt studio camera that was used in the 1950s to take portrait photos of Arnold’s employees (Photo by Rick Goodfriend)
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Posted: 6/30/2011

AEDC history office team puts a face on historyAEDC history office team puts a face on history
AEDC history office team puts a face on history

Gwendolyn Hinson, AEDC archive assistant, and David Hiebert, AEDC’s historian, look at the chair used by President Harry S. Truman in 1951 during his dedication of Arnold to General of the Air Force Henry Harley “Hap” Arnold. (Photo by Rick Goodfriend)
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Posted: 6/30/2011

Camp Forrest: World War - era II memoriesCamp Forrest: World War - era II memories
Camp Forrest: World War - era II memories

Pictured is a ground tower at Camp Forrest.
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Posted: 5/31/2011

Camp Forrest: World War - era II memoriesCamp Forrest: World War - era II memories
Camp Forrest: World War - era II memories

Camp Forrest became a POW camp on May 12, 1942.
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Posted: 5/31/2011

Iconic imageIconic image
Iconic image

From left, Charlie Powell, in foreground, R. Pierson Smith and Bob Bomar, stand on turning vanes inside AEDC’s 16-foot supersonic wind tunnel test facility. Photographer Phil Tarver captured this iconic image in 1960. (Photo by Phil Tarver)
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Posted: 2/10/2009

    

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