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  • AEDC annual award winners honored during luncheon

    Arnold Engineering Development Complex leadership honored military and civilian government annual award winners and nominees for their hard work and achievements over the course of 2022 during a March 10 ceremony at Arnold Air Force Base.Those award recipients are: Lt. Col. Jeremy Hamilton, Field

  • Air Force technical leaders get up-close look at AEDC operations

    Technical leaders with the 412th Test Wing and 96th Test Wing met with Arnold Engineering Development Complex leadership over three days to view the ground test capabilities at Arnold Air Force Base. These two test wings, along with AEDC, make up the Air Force Test Center.

  • Col. Seekamp now leading 704th Test Group at Holloman

    Col. Karl Seekamp officially took command of the 704th Test Group at Holloman Air Force Base during a ceremony Sept. 9. As the test group’s commander, Seekamp will oversee units operating world-class test facilities for high-speed sled track testing, navigation and guidance system testing, radar

  • AFTC Commander learns more about the AEDC mission

    This month, Maj. Gen. Evan Dertien made his first visit to Arnold Air Force Base since taking on his latest role as the commander of the Air Force Test Center.During his two-day stop, Dertien had the opportunity to see many of the test facilities on base and speak with experts in each of the mission

  • Roessig taking AEDC experience to Air Force Test Center

    Col. Keith Roessig will hand over leadership of the Arnold Engineering Development Complex Test Operations Division on June 25 and head to Edwards Air Force Base, California, to serve as Vice Commander of the Air Force Test Center, or AFTC.Roessig’s time stationed at Arnold Air Force Base,

  • AEDC team members receive 2018 AFTC Annual Awards

    Brig. Gen. Christopher Azzano, the commander of the Air Force Test Center, announced the 2018 Air Force Test Center Annual Award winners Feb. 12, and two receiving this honor are AEDC team members.In a message sent out to all Air Force Test Center teammates, Azzano said, “I could not be more proud