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  • 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

  • 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

  • AEDC Team member is AFMC nominee for 2019 Lieutenant General Leo Marquez Award

    Senior Master Sgt. Jason Harlan, one of Arnold Engineering Development Complex’s own team members, is an Air Force Materiel Command nominee for the 2019 Lieutenant General Leo Marquez Award.In an email to the workforce, AEDC Commander Col. Jeffrey Geraghty said, “To be nominated for an annual award

  • Customer-focused problem-solving earns Tunnel 9 team recognition

    A test team at Arnold Engineering Development Complex Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9 in White Oak, Maryland, was recently commended for recognizing the need for a crucial test article component and facilitating its fabrication to ensure the customer’s test could be completed without delay. Cameron

  • NFAC test director and team recognized by the Vertical Flight Society

    The San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the Vertical Flight Society recognized Chris Hartley, AEDC test director at the National Full-scale Aerodynamics Complex in Moffett Field, California, for his role leading Tiltrotor Test Rig, or TTR, activation and testing.As part of the organizations 2019

  • Good Samaritan act earns Arnold pipefitter praise

    Casey Culver was in the right place at the right time.When Culver, the lead in the Base Civil Engineering Pipe Shop at Arnold Air Force Base, encountered someone - who just so happens to be a fellow member of Team AEDC - in need of help, he didn’t hesitate to stop and lend a hand.On April 12, Culver

  • Arnold Fire and Emergency Services team members recognized

    : Rich Tighe, left, general manager for the AEDC Test Operations and Sustainment contract, recognizes Arnold Air Force Base Fire and Emergency Services team members March 8 for their response to a recent sandblasting incident when a TOS team member sustained an injury. Tighe presented certificates