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  • AEDC team members participate in blood drive

    Arnold Engineering Development Complex team member Daniel Epperson gives blood during the American Red Cross Blood Drive Dec. 8, 2022, at Arnold Air Force Base, Tennessee. (U.S. Air Force Base photo by Deidre Moon)

  • AEDC team members witness car wreck, take action

    The phrase “not all heroes wear capes” is often used to describe everyday people who do good deeds.To a local mother and her two children, Arnold Engineering Development Complex team members Casey Culver, Greg Garner and U.S. Space Force 1st Lt. Michael Hareld, are definitely considered heroes.As

  • AEDC Team members make resolutions in preparation for the New Year

    Question: What are your New Year’s resolutions for 2021?“In light of the trying and uncertain times that we all experienced in 2020 and my own (non-COVID) medical challenges from last year, I have a new perspective going into 2021.My New Year’s resolutions are to not take for granted the time that I

  • AEDC team members setting personal goals for the new year

    For some, the start of a new year means the tradition of making New Year’s resolutions and making plans for self-improvement.  AEDC team members were asked about their plans for 2020, and many have set goals for the year. “I do not follow New Year’s Resolutions, but I do believe in a daily motto:

  • Students have electric experience at Hands-On Science Center Fall STEM Camp

    As part of the Fall Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Camp at the Hands-On Science Center in Tullahoma Oct. 8-12, engineers with the AEDC Civil Engineer Branch at Arnold Air Force Base gave a presentation on the importance of conserving energy. “Electrifying Electricity and Energy”

  • AEDC Turbines team attends national symposium

    AEDC team members with the Aeropropulsion Combined Test Force attend the Turbine Engine Technology Symposium held Sept. 10-13 in Dayton, Ohio. The symposium is held every two years to showcase the current technology and testing efforts being explored by the turbine engine community. TETS draws an

  • AEDC engineers attend National Space and Missiles Materiel Symposium

    AEDC engineers represent Air Force Materiel Command at the 2018 National Space and Missiles Materiel Symposium held June 25-29 in Madison, Wisconsin. During the weeklong conference, several members of the AEDC team presented papers on the research and development occurring within the Space and