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  • Stacey Lamb takes on role as Sexual Assault Response Coordinator for AEDC

    At an Air Force installation, a Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, or SARC, serves as the installation’s primary point of contact for integrating and coordinating sexual assault victim care services for eligible recipients.Stacey Lamb, a civilian employee at Arnold Air Force Base, serves as the SARC for the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
  • AEDC Team members use special motion camera to troubleshoot excessive vibrations

    The Condition-Based Maintenance team at Arnold Air Force Base has added a new tool to their bag of vibration analysis methods – a Motion Amplification Camera.As part of the CBM vibration program, readings are taken regularly from vibration sensors monitoring equipment in the Arnold Engineering Development Complex facilities.“The vibration program
  • Arnold AFB Visitor Control Center renovation improves safety, service

    A renovation of the Visitor Control Center, or VCC, at Arnold Air Force Base, headquarters of Arnold Engineering Development Complex, has improved safety for the Team AEDC members that work there and service for the many individuals that pass through.“It was a team effort to get such an amazing Visitor Control Center completed,” said Ray Kelly,
  • Arnold AFB Airmen support combatant commanders

    Arnold Engineering Development Complex team members work together day-in, day-out to execute the mission of testing systems that ensure the U.S. military maintains superiority over foes. This mission is often focused on the future fight, but Airmen assigned to AEDC also deploy to support combatant commanders in the here and now.Master Sgt. Frank
  • AEDC and NAVAIR work together to establish Remote Data Room

    Sitting in front of a computer screen in the Propulsion Systems Evaluation Facility (PSEF) at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland, also known as PAX, some 700 miles away, PSEF test engineer Leo Rubio speaks to analysts and monitors test data as if he was actually in the control room at Arnold Air Force Base.Using the facility known as the
  • Team AEDC Frontlines: Kevin Holton

    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.Kevin Holton is the Senior Security Services Contractor for the Arnold Engineering Development Complex at Arnold Air Force
  • SECAF visits Arnold AFB to view developmental test capabilities

    Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett visited Arnold Air Force Base June 18 to get a first-hand look at critical ground-based developmental test mission activities.The visit highlighted the contribution of the Arnold Engineering Development Complex team to a variety of national priority test missions such as nuclear modernization, flight
  • F-35 store separation test completed ahead of schedule, under budget at AEDC facility

    Store separation testing on a 1/15th scale model of an F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter in the Arnold Engineering Development Complex 4-foot transonic wind tunnel, or 4T, at Arnold Air Force Base was completed weeks ahead of a scheduled facility maintenance outage, saving the test customer more than $1 million. According to Jimmy Williams, an
  • Arnold Fire and Emergency Services team gets up-close look at military helicopters

    As U.S. Army helicopters one-by-one landed in the center of the running track outside the Administration and Engineering Building at Arnold Air Force Base Dec. 20, several passersby stopped to watch the aircraft, sending a cyclone of leaves flying as they maneuvered to the ground. The helicopters - a MH-6 Little Bird, an UH-60 Black Hawk and a
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