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  • Col. Roberts puts his past experience to use as AEDC Test Support Division Chief

    Having previously served as the Commander of the 61st Air Base Group at Los Angeles Air Force Base, Col. Charles Roberts is comfortable in his new role as AEDC Test Support Division Chief.“Los Angeles Air Force Base had nearly 4,500 personnel, and having been the installation commander, I feel that I have a lot of insight to this position and it
  • Arnold Air Force Base to reap benefits of $19.7 million energy savings award

    NORESCO, one of the 16 Super Energy Savings Performance Contractors, received the $19.7 million energy savings performance contract (ESPC) award to work at Arnold Air Force Base through the Air Force Civil Engineering Center and Defense Logistics Agency. The scope of services under the contract is for NORESCO to provide the upfront capital
  • AEDC’s first Chief Master Sergeant visits 49 years later

    U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Robert Heckman, Arnold Engineering Development Complex superintendent, front left, hosts Arnold Engineering Development Complex’s, first Chief Master Sgt. U.S. Air Force retired Chief Master Sgt. Charles E. Fryer, front center, for a tour of Arnold Air Force Base, lunch and a mentoring session with Arnold Air Force
  • Arnold AFB Emergency Management Services conduct MH-47 familiarization training

    Even though Arnold Engineering Development Complex, headquartered at Arnold AFB, doesn’t have a flying mission, the Emergency Management Services has to keep their skills sharp and be prepared to respond to real-world aircraft incidents and accidents. According to Deputy Fire Chief Daryl Vancise, Arnold AFB EMS personnel had a unique opportunity to
  • Arnold personnel now able to charge electronics at Technical Library charging station

    The AEDC Technical Library at Arnold Air Force Base has a new charging station provided by Air Force Libraries featuring 10 lockers, which will enable AEDC team members to securely charge their electronic devices.Each of the lockers has three cords that are compatible with most Apple or Android phones or tablets. There is also an outlet in the
  • Arnold AFB STEM hosts CyberPatriot Cybercamp, teaches students about the importance of Cybersecurity

    With guidance from Arnold Air Force Base Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics director Olga Oakley, members of the Coffee County High School CyberPatriot team led the Air Force Association CyberPatriot Cybercamp held at the Hands-On Science Center in Tullahoma.CyberCamp was held at HOSC the week of July 16-20 for area students 11 to 16
  • Area students take flight after completing Fly to Learn Program

    A group of Middle Tennessee middle-school students participating in a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Aviation Program, sponsored by Arnold Air Force STEM, recently put what they learned into action by flying with the Eagleville Soaring Club.Before taking to the skies, 10 students from East Middle, South Middle and West Middle
  • Roessig quickly adjusting to role as AEDC Test Operations Division chief

    Col. Keith Roessig admits he is still settling in and finding his bearings, but the new chief of the AEDC Test Operations Division is impressed by what he has seen of Arnold Air Force Base thus far. “It’s an exciting place to be, with the history and the mission that goes on here, and an exciting time in things that the nation is prioritizing,
  • AEDC Woman’s Club kicks off the new club year

    TULLAHOMA, Tenn. – The AEDC Woman’s Club will kick off their club year Sept. 6 with a meeting at the Arnold Lakeside Center featuring Maj. Gen. Carl Schneider.Schneider is an Air Force fighter pilot who was in the Air Force for 32 years. He joined the Air Force in 1946 and rose to the rank of two-star general. He flew 100 combat missions in Korea
  • Ground Test University bridging the knowledge gap for AEDC personnel

    AEDC Ground Test University has been back in session at Arnold Air Force Base for the better part of a year, and the hopes are that newer members of the workforce and their more experienced colleagues who have taken on new roles will reap the benefits of the coursework.Julius Lockett, a systems engineer in the Engine Test Facility who has been a
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