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  • EW T&E University Course Descriptions

    A course calendar can be found through this link.For questions regarding courses offered at the EW T&E University, please e-mail ewteuniversity@us.af.mil.Fundamental Concepts - These courses provide a solid foundation in the basics concepts associated with testing EW systems. These are aimed at new

  • High Risk of Adverse Impact Zone(HRAIZ) map

    The 412th Test Wing Mission is to Test, Evaluate, and Develop weapon systems to deliver war winning capability to our nation's combat forces. The 412th TW provides full spectrum aircraft research, development, test, and evaluation (RDT&E) capabilities for the Air Force, other services, governments

  • Newcomers - Childcare

    Free childcare for newcomers      A maximum of 20 hours of free childcare per child is available through the Air Force Aid Society to parents of all ranks who are making a permanent change of station move to or from Edwards. The childcare is available within 60 days of arrival or departure and is

  • Newcomers - Commuting

    The two primary commuting routes to Edwards' main base are California State Highway 14, also known as the Antelope Valley Freeway, for people living in Lancaster, Palmdale and other cities and towns to the south, and California State Highway 58 for people living north or east of Edwards. Highway 58

  • Newcomers - Emergency Services

    EMERGENCIES: 911 NON-EMERGENCIES 95th Security Forces Squadron(661) 277-3340/3341/3343 or DSN 527-3340/3341/3343 Chaplain Duty hours: (661) 277-2110 or DSN 527-2110 After-duty hours: (661) 277-3040 or DSN 527-3040 All on-base emergencies can be reported by calling 911. If using a cell phone, it is

  • Newcomers - Employment Opportunities

    Civilian Personnel Flight 5 N. Seller Ave. (661) 277-3840 or DSN 527-3840      The Civilian Personnel Flight, along with the Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC) located at Randolph AFB, recruits for many types of positions available at Edwards including permanent, temporary, and term positions, and

  • Newcomers - Finance

    Financial Management5 N. Sellers Ave., Building 3000     The Financial Services Office serves all government agencies, military, and civilian personnel on base by certifying funding and providing a financial management liaison between Department of Defense organizations, commercial vendors and the

  • Newcomers - Firearms

    Weapon Registration, Storage and Transport 12 Laboratory Road (661) 277-3526 or DSN 527-3526 All base residents who maintain firearms or unusually dangerous weapons must register them with the 95th Security Forces Squadron by completing an Air Force Form 1314 in three copies with their unit

  • Newcomers - Medical and Dental Care

    412th Medical Group30 Nightingale Rd. 661-277-7118 or DSN 527-7118 Primary, special, preventive care services are provided. Current services include: aerospace medicine, paramedic ambulance service, dental/oral surgery, family advocacy/life skills, force health management, bioenvironmental, family

  • Retiree Activities Office

    ATTENTION RETIREES AND DEPENDENTSEffective immediately, the Retiree Activities Office has reopened three days a week: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.The RAO is always looking for anyone that would like to volunteer to assist military retirees and their dependents.Stop by and