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  • Department of Defense action lowers prices on most commissary items

    The Department of Defense recently announced that it will fully fund the nearly 240 commissaires around the world operated by the Defense Commissary Agency, allowing savings to be passed on to commissary patrons.Changes to the commissary funding model are part of the DOD “Taking Care of Service

  • Arnold AFB celebrates Air Force 75th birthday

    Col. Randel Gordon, commander, Arnold Engineering Development Complex, jokes with the younger attendees of the Air Force 75th Birthday celebration hosted by the Arnold Company Grade Officers’ Council at the Arnold Lakeside Complex Sept. 16, 2022, at Arnold Air Force Base, Tennessee, headquarters of

  • AEDC Spark Tank 2023 kicks off Oct. 1

    Building off the success of this year’s AEDC Spark Tank program, AEDC personnel are once again being asked to submit their latest innovative ideas for the next one starting Oct. 1.All AEDC team members, including DOD civilians and contractors across all AEDC units, including those geographically

  • Rice inducted into Senior Non-Commissioned Officer tier

    Master Sgt. Ida Rice, center, is inducted into the senior non-commissioned officer tier during an Aug. 26, 2022, ceremony at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico. Rice, a member of the 846th Test Squadron at Holloman, was selected to master sergeant in November 2021. The top three ranks of the

  • AFTC kicks off new digital engineering efforts

    Hot off the publication of its Digital Modernization Strategy, The Air Force Test Center kicked-off three digital-engineering efforts to provide on-ramps for the Air Force’s evolving digital-engineering technology ecosystem.

  • Caution urged as peak deer-vehicle collision season returns

    The National Highway Safety Administration states that there are approximately 1.5 million deer-vehicle collisions, or DVCs, every year in the United States resulting in $1 billion in vehicle damage.Worse yet, DVCs cause 175-200 human deaths and 10,000 injuries annually.State Farm lists Tennessee as