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  • AEDC Women’s Club meets for last time

    Col. Randel Gordon, Arnold Engineering Development Complex commander, addresses the AEDC Welcome Club during the organization’s final meeting May 4, 2023, at the Arnold Lakeside Complex at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn. The club officially formed in 1953 as the AEDC Woman’s Club and later changed the

  • AEDC team member reflects upon Japanese heritage

    From the enlisted to the officer ranks then on to the contractor workforce, fourth-generation Japanese American Steve Sugiyama’s career has been tied to the Air Force.Sugiyama works for the Technical Management Advisory Services, or TMAS, contractor for Arnold Engineering Development Complex as a

  • Motlow State Community College leadership visits Arnold AFB

    Dr. Michael Torrence, president of Motlow State Community College, speaks with Col. Randel Gordon, Arnold Engineering Development Complex commander, during a visit by Torrence and other leaders from MSCC to Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn., headquarters of AEDC, April 18, 2023. Gordon invited MSCC

  • AEDC hosts mentoring seminar for scientists, engineers

    Christopher Wilcox, deputy director of Test and Evaluation, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, speaks about his career path March 31, 2023, during the Arnold Engineering Development Complex Scientist and Engineer Career Planning and Mentoring Seminar at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn., headquarters of AEDC.

  • Deadline extended for 2023 AEDC Fellows nominations

    The deadline to submit nominations to the Arnold Community Council AEDC Fellows Committee for the 2023 AEDC Fellows program has been extended to April 15.Nominations must be postmarked by April 15 or submitted by email by close of that day.Established in 1989, the AEDC Fellows program recognizes

  • Air Force Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans and Programs visits Arnold AFB

    Col. Randel Gordon, commander of Arnold Engineering Development Complex, points out components in the C2 altitude engine test cell to Maj. Gen. David H. Tabor, second from left, the director of programs for the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans and Programs, Headquarters Air Force, and

  • AEDC annual award winners honored during luncheon

    Arnold Engineering Development Complex leadership honored military and civilian government annual award winners and nominees for their hard work and achievements over the course of 2022 during a March 10 ceremony at Arnold Air Force Base.Those award recipients are: Lt. Col. Jeremy Hamilton, Field