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Rodger Hecht hands his son, Brent, a radio-controlled transmitter prior to flying their 12-foot long T-38 Talon R/C replica on the Rosamond Dry Lakebed Feb. 22, 2014. Rodger and Brent started flying R/C models with the Muroc Model Masters R/C Club nearly 20 years ago and decided to build their T-38 with an 82-inch wingspan. The fully-functional model weighs approximately 45 pounds, has two 5-inch electric ducted fans powered by brushless motors and is made of blue foam, carbon fiber, fiber glass, balsa wood and plywood. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jet Fabara) Father, son's love for aviation inspires one 'talon-ted' creation
What started as a father-and-son hobby between Rodger and Brent Hecht with the Muroc Model Masters (MMM) Radio-Controlled Club nearly 20 years ago not only paved a way for a lifetime hobby and a career in the aviation industry, but an interest to take model building to a whole new scale.That new scale resulted in a 12-foot long T-38 Talon R/C
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2014
Mrs. Kristie Jarmusz looks on as Maj. Gregory Jarmusz, 412th Security Forces Squadron former operations officer, surprises his daughter during an AWANA (Approved Workman Are Not Ashamed) awards presentation event held at Chapel 2 May 9, 2013. Major Jarmusz returned from a one-year deployment in time to surprise his daughter at the very end of the awards ceremony. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jet Fabara) Edwards defender surprises daughter at event after year-long deployment
For most students in the Edwards community who wait in anticipation for their end-of-year AWANA (Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed) program awards, none could say they were more surprised to receive their final award than young Addyson Jarmusz.After waiting nearly two hours during the awards presentations May 9 at Chapel 2, the highlight of the
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2013
This oil painting, which is currently in the care of the 419th Flight Test Squadron, depicts a variety of Bomber Combined Test Force personnel preparing for a B-1 mission with Tech. Sgt. Chad McBunch’s image in the center of the painting handing a helmet bag to a B-1 pilot. The oil painting embodies the history, unity and collaboration that countless engineers, contractors, government employees and crew chiefs, like Sergeant McBunch, have provided to the Bomber Combined Test Force over the years. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jet Fabara) Edwards crew chief leaves historic mark at squadron
Upon entering the building known as "Bomberland," home of the 419th Flight Test Squadron and the Bomber Combined Test Force, you'll come across a distinctive oil painting that embodies the history, unity and collaboration of the entire combined test force over the years. A large and important part of that history and collaboration is due to the
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2013
Master Sgt. Erik Robbins, 412th Test Wing career assistance advisor, goes over a list of available career options with a young Airman. Sergeant Robbins is located near the First Term Airman Center and is there to provide career assistance to Airmen who have questions about retention, cross training, or changing jobs. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jet Fabara) The Career You Build, Could be Your Own, Just Ask
An Airman has a lot to decide when it comes time to re-enlist. There is always a wealth of advice from peers; the supervisor surely has some wisdom and guidance, as does your family. Maybe you have a cool job, but wish it could be cooler. Or maybe you just don't know what to do. Well, Master Sgt. Erik Robbins, the Edwards Air Force Base Career
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2013
Brig. Gen. Henry H. “Hap” Arnold, commander of the 1st Wing of General Headquarters Air Force at March Field, California.  On October 22, 1935, he had outlined to the House Military Committee the additional land and resources needed to complete the Muroc Bombing and Gunnery Range at Muroc, California, future site of Edwards Air Force Base. (U.S. Air Force Photo courtesy AFFTC History Office) October in Edwards History
This Month in History at EdwardsOctober 22, 1935 - Brigadier General Henry H. "Hap" Arnold, commander of the 1st Wing at March Field, outlined to the House Military Committee the additional land and resources needed to complete the Muroc Bombing and Gunnery Range. In addition to the 38,720 acres of land presently owned by the federal government,
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2011
AF File Image Just another day at work!
An F-15D Eagle, serial number 85-0125, flys over the Mojave Desert near Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., during a recent training mission.  U.S. Air Force official photographs taken by Gregory L. Davis, a civilian aerial photographer assigned to the Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards Air Force Base, California.
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2010
Chief Master Sgt. Nathan Dixon Jr., 412th Maintenance Group superintendent, used his Community College of the Air Force degree as a stepping stone for his educational goal of earning his doctorate of philosophy degree. (U.S. Air Force photo/Edward Cannon) My education journey: Chief promotes education with passion
Editor's note: This article is the last in a seven-part series highlighting the journey of Edwards Airmen in completing their education. In a span of more than 29 years, Chief Master Sgt. Nathan Dixon Jr. has accomplished the two primary reasons he joined the Air Force -- trail an honorable career in the service of his country and gain an
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2009
Arthur Pinzon is an Edwards Education Center guidance counselor. He provides information to Airmen regarding education, benefits, Community College of the Air Force and more. (U.S. Air Force photo/Edward Cannon) My education journey: Guidance counselor provides insight on education
Editor's note: This article is the sixth in a seven-part series highlighting the journey of Edwards Airmen in completing their education. Part seven of the series is scheduled for publication Dec. 11. On a weekly basis, approximately 12 Airmen come to the Edwards Education Center to talk to a guidance counselor, with banal questions about education
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2009
Vincent Duny, Air Force Flight Test Center Ground Safety chief, transitioned to civilian life, armed with his Air Force military experience and education. Mr. Duny received his Community College of the Air Force degrees in aircraft systems maintenance technology  and safety. (U.S. Air Force photo Edward Cannon) My education journey: Education helps Airman transition to civilian profession
Editor's note: This article is the fifth in a seven-part series highlighting the journey of Edwards Airmen in completing their education. Part six of the series is scheduled for publication Nov. 13. After 20 years in the Air Force, a master sergeant retired from the service May 2003 to explore other possibilities as a civilian. Transitioning to his
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2009
Master Sgt. Elisa Giese, 412th Test Wing Command Section superintendent, is an education mentor to six enlisted Airmen. Sergeant Giese is participating in Edwards' AFB Year of the Community College of the Air Force initiative that encourages its noncommissioned officers through senior NCOs to accomplish their CCAF degree requirements, such as English, math, speech, social science and humanities. (U.S. Air Force photo/Edward Cannon) My education journey: Mentor uses experience to inspire students
Editor's note: This article is the fourth in a seven-part series highlighting the journey of Edwards Airmen in completing their education. Part five of the series is scheduled for publication Oct. 9. "I want to be an example of what not to be." These were the words of Master Sgt. Elisa Giese, 412th Test Wing Command Section superintendent, as she
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