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  • Team AEDC Frontlines: Rick Hoots

    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.Rick Hoots is the Arnold Engineering Development Complex Operations Center Manager and is the AEDC Crisis Action Team
  • AEDC hypersonic test team presses on during pandemic

    Seven Hroncich, left, an instrument technician, Robert Bradford, center right, an electrician, Kevin Thompson, right, test operations engineer, Tim Mullins, an outside machinist, and others prepare for a test run in the Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC) Arcs Test Facility Control Room, May 5, 2020, at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn. The
  • Commissary employees continue serving during coronavirus pandemic

    The Commissary at Arnold Air Force Base has continued to provide safe and reliable access to food and other necessary supplies throughout the coronavirus crisis. “We serve those that serve America,” said Brandon Jelson, store director.While grocery stores in the state have remained open, the Commissary allows active and retired servicemen and
  • Team AEDC Frontlines: Mark Towry

    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.Mark Towry is a system engineer with the Arnold Engineering Development Complex Base Communications and Information Technology
  • Base Comms team provides support, ensures connectivity during pandemic posture

    The Operationally Urgent posture now in place at Arnold Air Force Base brought with it many changes, but one thing remains the same – the support of computer and network systems is as important as ever.The Arnold Engineering Development Complex Base Communications and Information Technology Services team continues its work to ensure personnel both
  • Team AEDC Frontlines: Kellee Pritt

    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.Kellee Pritt is the Arnold Engineering Development Complex Chief of Program Management. Pritt, who has been at Arnold Air Force
  • AEDC Commander discusses COVID-19 impact, looks ahead during third virtual town hall

    Arnold Engineering Development Complex Commander Col. Jeffrey Geraghty hosted a third virtual town hall April 22 to answer questions and provide updates on the continuing impact of COVID-19 at Arnold Air Force Base. During the most-recent of the town halls, which he intends to hold weekly during the Operationally Urgent posture now in place at
  • AEDC commander provides transparency in decision-making during coronavirus pandemic

    Arnold Engineering Development Complex Commander Col. Jeffrey Geraghty took time April 22 during a virtual town hall to explain a key tool used in determining the who, what, when and how members of Team AEDC will return to the installation, both in the short term for operationally-urgent testing, and in the long term for a greater return to
  • AEDC Commander provides COVID-19 updates through second town hall

    In the second of what he intends to make a weekly occurrence during the operationally urgent posture now in place, Arnold Engineering Development Complex Commander Col. Jeffrey Geraghty took to social media April 15 to provide updates on the COVID-19 situation at Arnold Air Force Base. During the virtual town hall, Geraghty answered questions
  • AEDC commander hosts COVID-19 town hall

    Arnold Engineering Development Complex Commander Col. Jeffrey Geraghty hosted a virtual town hall April 8 to update AEDC personnel on steps being taken to mitigate COVID-19 exposure at Arnold Air Force Base, answer employee-submitted questions and address concerns shared among members of the workforce.The Facebook Live broadcast came less than a
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