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  • Arnold Fire and Emergency Services assists with Kirchhoff Automotive plant fire

    During a recent fire at the Kirchhoff Automotive plant in Manchester, Arnold Air Force Base Fire & Emergency Services provided support alongside local fire departments. The Base FES received an emergency call at 5:59 p.m., June 6, for assistance with a fire at an outdoor storage container section of the plant. Arnold FES responded with an assistant
  • AIAA Tennessee Section presents annual awards

    The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Tennessee Section held an annual awards luncheon at the Arnold Lakeside Center, May 29, where professional engineers and scientists were recognized for their significant technical accomplishments and outstanding achievements.Dr. Joshua Batterson (left), with Gloyer-Taylor Laboratories, receives
  • AEDC Junior Force Council makes inaugural networking visit to Edwards AFB

    Rich in Air Force history and a hallmark installation in the Air Force test world, Edwards Air Force Base is home to the 412th Flight Test Wing and the world-famous Test Pilot School. In late spring, members of the Arnold Air Force Base Junior Force Council (JFC) had the opportunity to experience one of our fellow Air Force Test Center bases,
  • Manufacturing Group pauses to reflect on lives of Hill and Overman

    A plaque bearing the names and images of John T. Hill and Alvin D. Overman now occupies a small space next to the bay door of Building 446 at Arnold Air Force Base. The plate reads, “In Memory of the men who lost their lives in service to AEDC at the Model Shop.” Inscribed at the bottom is a date – December 10, 1971 – the day the lives of both
  • Air Force appoints Dr. Fetterhoff to Senior Level career service

    Dr. Thomas Fetterhoff, whose career includes approximately two decades with AEDC, was recently promoted to serve as an Air Force senior leader.“I am honored and humbled,” Fetterhoff said. “I have been lucky to work with incredibly talented people at Arnold Engineering Development Complex, within the Air Force, and across the Department of Defense
  • Community takes part in Health Fair at Arnold AFB

    Participants at the Arnold Air Force Base Community Health Fair stop by the booths to speak to the health and safety professionals who were on hand to talk about topics such as diabetes, ergonomics, dental health, tobacco cessation, heart disease, physical therapy and nutrition. Healthcare exhibitors from community partners present at the health
  • Real-Time Test Data System modified to further meet AEDC customers’ needs

    AEDC software engineers at Arnold Air Force Base have continued to modify the Real-Time Test Display System to better meet test customers’ needs and make the system even more user-friendly.RealTDS is a software that enables the project team and test customers to view data in real time. It has been in a side-by-side evaluation with the legacy system
  • Area youth participate in 2018 Reach for the Stars competition

    Though summer break has started, area students are still finding opportunities to learn while out of the classroom.Thanks to members of the Tennessee Section of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), volunteers from Arnold Air Force Base, and Olga Oakley, the Air Force Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Program
  • We Are Airmen: 2018 Recruiting Video Contest

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas— Calling all storytellers! Air Force officials are offering Airmen the chance to create their own recruiting video through the We Are Airmen 2018 Recruiting Video Contest. Now is your chance to showcase your creativity and pride to be an Airman in the United States Air Force! If you were a civilian thinking
  • New interns receive AFMC welcome

    More than 130 new interns were introduced to careers in civil service by the Air Force Materiel Command commander at the start of the Premier College Intern Program Symposium June 4 at the Hope Hotel, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. A Secretary of the Air Force initiative, the PCIP is focused on recruiting and training approximately 500 high-caliber candidates to fill professional as well as wage-grade positions across the Air Force. More than 300 interns have been placed in AFMC wings and centers, augmenting positions in career fields that include financial management, civil engineering, communications and information, contracting, force support, science and engineering, intelligence, and logistics.