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  • Capt. Jonathon Dias – Air Force profile

    This release is part of a series of profiles highlighting the contributions of our military and Department of Defense personnel at Arnold Air Force Base.According to Capt. Jonathon Dias, being a test manager for the Aeropropulsion Combined Test Force at Arnold Air Force Base means wearing “a couple different hats.”“As test manager, I’m the
  • Arnold AFB seeking summer help

    Now Hiring Interns for Summer 2019
  • ‘The Bone’ returns to Arnold Air Force Base for store separation testing

    It had been nearly 20 years since a test involving the B-1B Lancer aircraft was conducted by Arnold Engineering Development Complex at Arnold Air Force Base. This long absence recently came to an end, as a 10 percent model of the bomber, known in the flight world as “The Bone,” is now being used to conduct a series of store separation tests in the
  • Arnold Air Force Base Fire and Emergency Services personnel participate in live fire training

    A pair of Arnold Air Force Base firefighters cut through the thick smoke to gain entry into the small living room just as the flames engulfing a couch climbed higher. As soon as the duo suppressed this blaze, a second fire emanated from a stove in the kitchen. While the firefighters focused their attention on these flames, the fire in the living
  • Arnold Air Force Base Legal Office earns MAJCOM-level recognition for team and individual efforts

    The Arnold Air Force Base Legal Office was recently recognized for its work supporting the base mission. A member of the team was also recognized for the oversight she provides for several programs offered by the office. The office was named the Air Force Materiel Command Small Legal Office of the Quarter for the fourth quarter of 2018, and
  • Working with Air Force One: AEDC’s John Washer shares his experience

    Very few of us can say we’ve met even one U.S. president, but Test Operations and Sustainment contractor John Washer has met two – President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama. He met them when he started working with Air Force One, the president’s airplane.“The team I was assigned to conducted all security once the president exited Air
  • Local Stellar Xplorers teams place second and third in Southeast Region

    Two of the three Stellar Xplorers teams from Coffee County Central High School recently placed in the top three positions in the Southeast Region.Stellar Xplorers is an Air Force Association sponsored program designed to inspire and attract high school students to pursue studies and careers in STEM through a challenging space system design
  • Main Gate upgrades to be completed soon

    Work continues on modifications to the Main Gate at Arnold Air Force Base. "We expect to be finished with the project completely by the end of April," said Josh Cooke, utility asset manager for the Test Support Division Operations Section at the base. The active vehicle barrier foundations are in place and installation of new fencing and overwatch
  • Sen. Bowling speaks to AEDC personnel as part of International Women’s Day celebration

    On International Women’s Day, March 8, Tennessee State Sen. Janice Bowling was invited to Arnold Air Force Base to discuss how women are making a difference in Tennessee and her own role in state government.Members of the AEDC Test Operations and Sustainment contractor at Arnold Air Force Base organized the event in recognition of International
  • XQ-58A Valkyrie demonstrator completes inaugural flight

    The XQ-58A Valkyrie demonstrator, a long-range, high subsonic unmanned air vehicle completed its inaugural flight March 5, 2019 at Yuma Proving Grounds, Arizona. The Air Force Research Laboratory partnered with Kratos Unmanned Aerial Systems to develop the XQ-58A.The 586th Flight Test Squadron, part of the Arnold Engineering Development Complex,
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