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  • Col. Mizell takes AEDC command

    If one were to throw a dart at a map of the world, there is a good chance it would land in close proximity to an Air Force assignment held by Col. Grant Mizell.Mizell’s tours throughout his career have included stints in Texas, Arkansas, California, Korea, the United Kingdom, Germany, Saudi Arabia,

  • Gen. Richardson visits AEDC facilities at Holloman AFB

    U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Brian Davis, 746th Test Squadron commander, left, briefs U.S. Air Force Gen. Duke Z. Richardson, Air Force Materiel Command commander, center, and U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. James “Bill” E. Fitch II, AFMC command chief, on the test squadron’s projects and challenges at

  • Col. Gordon reflects on time as AEDC commander

    Arnold Engineering Development Complex Commander Col. Randel Gordon’s arrival at Arnold Air Force Base evoked a feeling he experienced only one other time in his nearly 30-year Air Force career.The first time Gordon experienced the sentiment was in 2011 after he and his wife deboarded a plane in

  • AEDC Safety offers tips to avoid heat illness

    Here comes summer!Outside activities and obligations increase, and temperatures, humidity and the chance for heat illness increase right along with them. What is heat illness? It is when the body is not able to get rid of excess heat and properly cool itself.Learn the signs and symptoms of

  • Arnold Community Council meets with our nation’s leaders

    The Arnold Community Council held its annual “DC Fly-In” April 29 - May 1, meeting with U.S. Air Force leaders at the Pentagon and Congressional leaders and staff members at the U.S. Capitol.During the event, the ACC delegation presented and discussed issues important to the 13-county Arnold Air

  • Four decades of keeping Arnold Safe: Perimeter Road marks 40 years

     ARNOLD AIR FORCE BASE, Tenn. – In 1984, several hundred National Guardsmen helped to provide Arnold Air Force Base with a much-needed security road that was named the Perimeter Road. The seven-mile road would run adjacent to the then newly constructed security fence, helping to provide additional

  • Cop Corner: K-9 training and National Police Week

    Operation Scooby DooMany of you this week may have noticed a large amount of police vehicles and K-9 teams on Arnold Air Force Base on Wednesday, May 1. This was an operation put on by Arnold AFB Police and supported by many of the area law enforcement agencies. The support provided by our civilian