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  • AEDC Fellow Richard Austin’s contributions to the complex remembered

    AEDC Fellow Richard “Dick” Austin will be remembered for his contributions to Arnold Engineering Development Complex following his passing Aug. 14 at the age of 89.Austin is credited for his visionary leadership in AEDC propulsion testing and evaluation throughout his 35-year career, including in

  • Changes coming for DOD civilian ID holders

    At the end of this month, Department of Defense civilian retiree ID cards will no longer be valid.This means that, unless action is taken, civilian retirees will no longer be allowed access to military installations such as Arnold Air Force Base.The DOD announced in February that the issuance of new

  • Arnold Air Force Base Services hosts inaugural SummerFest

    Arnold Engineering Development Complex Commander Col. Randel Gordon, left, offers some encouragement as the teams participating in the cardboard boat race prepare to take their creations to the water during the first-ever Arnold Air Force Base Services SummerFest Aug. 12, 2023, at the Gossick

  • Burger Burn brings ‘Arnold Family’ together

    Base personnel braved the summer heat in support of the recent Burger Burn and Car Show, hosted by the Company Grade Officers’ Council (CGOC).The event was held to raise funds for the Arnold Engineering Development Complex Air Force Ball that will take place in September in recognition of the Air

  • AEDC Fellow Dr. James Mitchell’s contributions to the complex remembered

    AEDC Fellow Dr. James G. Mitchell will be remembered for his contributions to Arnold Engineering Development Complex following his passing June 28 at the age of 91.Mitchell was an internationally-recognized expert in aerospace ground testing and was a former U.S. member on the Propulsion and

  • Youngsters ‘Reach for the Stars’ in rocket launch event

    Several area children recently participated in an event at Hands-On Science Center in Tullahoma intended to launch their interest in science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM.The annual Reach for the Stars Rocket Competition took place over two days last month.During the event, which was

  • Breaux assumes command of 718th Test Squadron

    Lt. Col. Bradley Breaux views his latest role at Arnold Air Force Base as a unique leadership opportunity that will allow him to utilize the skills he has honed throughout his Air Force career.“It allows one to have a profound impact on the people and the mission within your area of responsibility,”