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  • When you find something old, who you gonna call? The base historian

    Recently, while working in one of the warehouses at Arnold Air Force Base, a team member found a box containing some old photos.Looking through the photos, he realized they were from June 25, 1951 – the day then-President Harry Truman dedicated Arnold Engineering Development Center in honor of Gen.

  • Arnold AFB personnel receive opioid response training

    Personnel from several Arnold Air Force Base organizations attended the first-ever opioid response training class for installation staff Feb. 8 at the Arnold AFB Medical Aid Station. The course, titled “First Responder Education on Substance Use Disorder and Naloxone,” was presented by Joshua Crews

  • Arnold AFB personnel look to uproot problem plants, other invasive species

    Intruder alert!Aliens have been spotted at Arnold Air Force Base. Although these beings are unable to communicate directly with installation staff, their objectives are clear. The interlopers wish to spread quickly and overtake established lifeforms in the area.The “aliens” in this case are the

  • AEDC team members share what Black History Month means to them

    Recognized in February each year, Black History Month spotlights the history of people of African descent in the United States.The month itself also holds historic significance, starting as Negro History Week in 1925, what would become Black History Month was organized by the Association for the

  • Arnold AFB’s economic impact exceeds $918 million in fiscal year 2022

    The economic impact of Arnold Air Force Base across the state of Tennessee was $918.3 million for the 2022 fiscal year.Arnold AFB impacted the local areas through payroll, secondary jobs created through local spending, and other expenditures for supplies, utilities, fuel and services and the

  • Nominations for 2023 AEDC Fellows open

    The Arnold Community Council AEDC Fellows Committee is now accepting nominations for the 2023 AEDC Fellows program with submissions due no later than March 31.Established in 1989, the AEDC Fellows program recognizes Arnold Engineering Development Complex personnel who have made substantial and

  • Doyle promoted to captain

    Capt. Adam Doyle is administered the oath of office by Col. Randel Gordon, commander, Arnold Engineering Development Complex, Feb. 3, 2023, during his promotion ceremony at Arnold Air Force Base, Tennessee. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jill Pickett)

  • Servicemember Civil Relief Act amended

    The Servicemember Civil Relief Act has been updated to increase the protections offered to servicemembers and their dependents. It was enacted in 2003 but was amended as part of the Veterans Auto and Education Improvement Act of 2022. The SCRA is a shield for those whose financial affairs may be

  • February is Heart Health Month

    Each year we talk about February being Heart Health Month. There are always facts and figures designed as tools to grab our collective attention, so we are all motivated to get healthier. This year I want to start with an incident from Jan. 3 when a player collapsed on the field during Monday Night

  • Sen. Blackburn visits Arnold AFB

    Cooper Green, an arcs test engineer, speaks about the arc heater, seen at the right, to Sen. Marsha Blackburn during her visit to Arnold Air Force Base, Tennessee, headquarters of Arnold Engineering Development Complex, Jan. 27, 2023. Green is holding one of the segments that make up an arc heater,