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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

  • AEDC Turkey Trot returning to Arnold AFB for 37th helping

    The recipe is simple.Mix a dash of fitness, a smidgen of fellowship and a splash of fun. The result is a pre-Thanksgiving festivity enjoyed by many at Arnold Air Force Base over the years.The 37th annual Arnold Engineering Development Complex Turkey Trot 5K Fun Run at Arnold will take place Nov. 9

  • Arnold Community Council recognizes AEDC first responders

    Kenneth Sullivan, center, Arnold Community Council president, presents Sgt. Andy Schwegler, a Department of the Air Force police officer at Arnold Air Force Base, with a plaque after recognizing him as an outstanding first responder during a Sept. 13, 2022, meeting of the ACC at the Gossick

  • AEDC Model Shop reduces risk with new chemical cleaners

    Mission first, safety always. Efforts to put that common saying into action in a meaningful and measurable way came to fruition this summer at Arnold Air Force Base. After more than a year of research and preparation, two new citrus-based chemical cleaners were delivered and put to use in place of

  • Michael Bennett achieves 50 years with AEDC

    As of July 5, AEDC team member Michael Bennett has been working at Arnold Air Force Base for 50 years, ever since he graduated with his electrical engineering degree from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. “When I graduated from UT, Arnold was one of the first places to offer me a job, and I

  • Arnold AFB’s economic impact exceeds $864 million in FY21

    The economic impact of Arnold Air Force Base across the state of Tennessee was $864.3 million for the 2021 fiscal year.Arnold AFB impacted the local areas through payroll, secondary jobs created through local spending, and other expenditures for supplies, utilities, fuel and services and the