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  • Arnold Air Force Base personnel provides gifts for 140 area children through AEDC Angel Tree program

    The gifts flowed into the Arnold Air Force Base Medical Aid Station so rapidly on the morning of Dec. 6 that the space remaining in the storage room used to house them not already claimed by bicycles, LEGO sets, action figures, board games and other toys was quickly filled. As presents continued to roll in, additional space was needed. The hallway
  • Bunch nominated to command AFMC

    Lt. Gen. Arnold W. Bunch, Jr. has been nominated by the President for a fourth star to become the next commander of Air Force Materiel Command at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.
  • Dressing for cold weather

    Hypothermia is defined as abnormally low body temperature caused by prolonged exposures to very cold temperatures. When exposed to cold temperatures, your body begins to lose heat faster than it’s produced. Lengthy exposures will eventually use up your body’s stored energy, which leads to lower body temperature.Body temperature that is too low
  • National Aerospace Solutions leadership honors 2018 Salute to Excellence Annual Award winners

    On Nov. 14, NAS team members with the AEDC Test, Operations and Support Contract received awards during the Salute to Excellence Annual Awards Ceremony at the Arnold Lakeside Center, Arnold Air Force Base.Presentations were given for the: Quality Award, Safety Award, Security Award, Innovation Award, Customer Service Excellence Award,
  • Arnold Fire and Emergency Services team members achieve 135 years of service

    Six members of Arnold Air Force Base Fire and Emergency Services recently achieved milestone years of service. They are: William Odell Crutchfield, firefighter crew chief, 25 years; Billy King, firefighter, with 25 years; Thomas Anthony King, firefighter, 25 years; Kenneth Yarbrough, firefighter crew chief, 25 years; Joe Lee Brassfield,
  • Arnold Junior Force Council leads effort in record-setting food donation collection for local families

    With help from AEDC team members across base who donated canned food items, the Arnold Air Force Base Junior Force Council members collected enough donations for 51 food baskets for Coffee County families in need of Thanksgiving meals. Stephen Maccarino, JFC president, stated that this year’s effort was impressive and thanked everyone who supported
  • 704th Test Group supports STEM Career Expo in Alamogordo, New Mexico

    Members of the 704th Test Group at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, a unit of Arnold Engineering Development Complex, played a notable role in the planning and execution of the 2018 New Mexico Aviation Aerospace Association Career Expo.Middle school through college-level students from throughout the state of New Mexico attended the Sept. 27
  • Family of Wilmer Adam Anderson visits Arnold AFB

    The family of the late Wilmer Adam Anderson, an AEDC concrete laborer, visited Arnold Air Force Base to see the memorial outside the Administration and Engineering Building that is dedicated to individuals who have lost their lives in service to AEDC. Anderson was one of four AEDC team members who tragically lost their lives in an accident on Dec.
  • Outside machinists providing critical support to facilities at Arnold Air Force Base

    Machinists at Arnold Air Force Base are essential to the AEDC mission, making sure that the facilities and test cells are running efficiently and effectively to meet the needs of test customers. Though rarely in the spotlight for their work, the outside machinists working in the shop at the Base Civil Engineering Building complete tasks that are
  • Arnold Air Force Base Thanksgiving tradition continues with 33rd Annual AEDC Turkey Trot

    When 1st Lt. Johnathan Gutierrez began planning this year’s AEDC Turkey Trot, the first-time organizer learned through his research that turkey trots are the most popular footraces in America. And more than 30 years after the first one was held at Arnold Air Force Base, the Thanksgiving holiday tradition continues to draw a crowd. More than two