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  • Two AEDC Aeropropulsion team members receive special recognition

    Two Arnold Engineering Development Complex team members within the Aeropropulsion Test Branch at Arnold Air Force Base have received special recognition by the Air Force.Steve Arnold, technical advisor for Aeropropulsion, was selected as the Air Force Materiel Command Science Engineering and Engineering Management Senior Career Civilian
  • Team AEDC Frontlines: Brandon Gunn

    Editor’s note: The Team AEDC Frontlines series is a recurring feature that puts the spotlight on some of the members of Team AEDC on the “frontlines” supporting our mission, people and families during the COVID-19 crisis. Brandon Gunn is a driver and Advanced Emergency Medical Technician for Arnold Air Force Base Fire and Emergency Services, or
  • Holloman HSTT rainfield undergoes improvements

    Missiles and other high-speed weapons systems are required to fly through a variety of weather situations. One type of weather that is an important concern for system design is rain. When testers need to understand how missile hardware will perform in the rain they often turn to the Holloman High-Speed Test Track. Run by the 846th Test Squadron
  • AEDC Flight Systems Branch provides data critical to weapon systems development

    The Flight Systems Branch, or TSTW, within the Arnold Engineering Development Complex Test Operations Division, provides aerodynamic ground-test capabilities vital to the advancement of U.S. military weapons systems.Bringing together the efforts of personnel across multiple branches, TSTW operates six wind tunnels at subsonic, supersonic and
  • 586 FLTS testing software management program for aircraft

    The Arnold Engineering Development Complex 586th Flight Test Squadron at Holloman Air Force Base is conducting a test program to evaluate potential for the platform Kubernetes to be used in operational aircraft.Kubernetes, according to kubernetes.io, is an “open-source system for automating deployment, scaling and management of containerized
  • AEDC continues small business efforts

    Do you own or know someone who owns a small business who is interested in providing their products or services to Arnold Engineering Development Complex?If so, the Small Business Office at Arnold Air Force Base is able to assist in identifying these opportunities. The role of the office is to assist and promote increased participation of small and
  • Air Force, NAS intern programs team up

    Department of Defense and contractor employees work together day in, day out at Arnold Air Force Base to fulfill the mission of the Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC), headquartered at Arnold AFB. This year, that cooperation was extended to the internship programs run by DOD and National Aerospace Solutions, LLC (NAS), the Test
  • Airman delays retirement, helps AEDC meet COVID-19 challenge

    Master Sgt. Joshua Suggs was nearing the end of his military career, with terminal leave planned to begin May 1 and retirement Sept. 1.That was before COVID-19.With the pandemic surging in the United States, Suggs demonstrated the Air Force core value of “service before self,” delaying his retirement to help team members at Arnold Engineering
  • Stacey Lamb takes on role as Sexual Assault Response Coordinator for AEDC

    At an Air Force installation, a Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, or SARC, serves as the installation’s primary point of contact for integrating and coordinating sexual assault victim care services for eligible recipients.Stacey Lamb, a civilian employee at Arnold Air Force Base, serves as the SARC for the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response