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ARNOLD ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT COMPLEX

The Arnold Engineering Development Complex operates more than 55 aerodynamic and propulsion wind tunnels, rocket and turbine engine test cells, environmental chambers, arc heaters, ballistic ranges, sled tracks, centrifuges and other specialized units.  Read the full fact sheet here.

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  • OL-AC - AVSF

    Focus on providing RDT&E for aircraft vulnerability reduction/survivability and Live Fire (T&E) (LFT&E) support
  • OL-AC - Directed Energy

    The 704th Test Group Operating Location (704TG/OL-AA) at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico provides co-located Test and Evaluation (T&E) support for Directed Energy (DE) technology currently under development at the Air Force Research Laboratory Directed Energy (AFRL/RD) Directorate. Activated June 2006, the 704 TG/OL-AA focuses on developing test
  • OL-AC - LGTF

    Unique CapabilitiesVariable inertia dynamometers - Tire, wheel and brake testing. Fixed inertia dynamometers - Tire wear, qualification and friction measurement on replicated runway surfaces. Tire Force - Mechanical properties. Compression and tension load applicators - Force vs Deflection. 4 Drop Towers - Impact Testing. Burst Pit - Strength
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