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  • Arnold AFB cemeteries receive in-depth look through survey project

    Much mystery surrounds the eight cemeteries contained within the 40,000 sprawling acres of Arnold Air Force Base.For years, natural and cultural resources personnel at Arnold were left with the same questions concerning these graveyards:“How old are they?”“How many are interred within each?”“Are

  • Junior Force Council Booster Club collects 82 food baskets for local families

    ‘Tis the season of giving, and Arnold Engineering Development Complex team members at Arnold Air Force Base have shown their charitable nature by donating to the Junior Force Council Booster Club 2022 Thanksgiving Food Drive.It was another successful drive, with 82 total baskets collected for Coffee

  • Department of Defense improves access to child care resources

    Among the child development programs recently announced by the Department of Defense as part of the “Taking Care of Service Members and Families” initiative is one that improves access to off-site military child care fee assistance and expands access for in-home child care.The DOD child care fee

  • Technicians replacing computers base wide

    All HP 705 G3 desktop and HP 640 G3 laptop computers at Arnold Air Force Base are being upgraded with newer models that have more memory, speed and solid-state drives.According to Randy Wroten, a contracting officer at Arnold, as computer quantities allow, the next level of computers will be

  • Burgett looks to grow Arnold Air Force Base STEM program

    Julia Burgett remembers racing the cheetah.An enduring exhibit at the Hands-On Science Center in Tullahoma – and Burgett’s personal favorite – simulates the speeds of several animals, including the speedy squirrel, zippy rabbit, deceptively fast elephant and, of course, lightning-quick cheetah. A

  • Chickens first took flight at Arnold AFB 50 years ago

    Likely due to its peculiar purpose and unorthodox ammunition, its notoriety has waned little in the years since it was last fired.The S-3 Bird Impact Range at Arnold Air Force Base, widely referred to as the “Chicken Gun,” remains a point of interest during base tours, has been the subject of