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  • NexGen IT coming to 412th Civil Engineer Group

    In order to more accurately track facility assets and make better risk management decisions with limited funding, the Air Force is replacing the facility legacy systems — Work Information Management System , Automated Civil Engineering System, and Maximo — with one comprehensive system known as NexGen IT.  The new system rolled out at Joint Base
  • 772nd TS appointment to leadership

    Pictured above: Col. Sean Bradley, 412th Electronic Warfare Group commander, poses for a photo with new 772nd Test Squadron civilian leader Kirk Harwood during an appointment to leadership ceremony held Jan. 25 at the Airman and Family Readiness Center. After leaving the Air Force as an officer, Harwood became a flight test engineer at Edwards AFB
  • Test team verifies procedures to recover downed F-35

    Even the most advanced aircraft in the world may not always have a successful landing. Or, it can just simply get stuck somewhere. That’s why a team of testers from Edwards AFB linked up with representatives from Lockheed Martin to go over crash recovery procedures for the F-35 Lightning II recently. The two-day event was to verify measures on the
  • Edwards AFB answers call for assistance in high-priority Navy, RAN test

    Late last year, the Air Force Test Center and Team Edwards stepped up to help the U.S. Navy and Royal Australian Navy with a critical test off the coast of California.The Navy was assisting the RAN in testing the combat system on their newest guided missile destroyer, the HMAS Hobart (DDG 39). Due to a conflict in scheduling, the navies were left
  • Bus service begins at Edwards

    The Antelope Valley Transit Authority began Route 747 bus service to Edwards Jan. 22.  People interested in taking the bus to base can click here for the AVTA Edwards Bus service brochure. The brochure outlines the bus schedule, stop locations and fees. From now until Jan. 31, base workers can ride the bus free of charge.  People may also view
  • Edwards AFB continues Dr. King’s dream

    Team Edwards congregated at Chapel 1 to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., at Edwards Air Force Base, California, Jan. 17.
  • 412th Test Wing Warrior of the Week

    Airman 1st Class Joseph Pollack is the 412th Test Wing Warrior of the Week.Pollack works in the 412th Communications Squadron.He hails from El Dorado Springs, Missouri, where he enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. Edwards AFB is his first permanent assignment following basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, and technical school at
  • Refreshing partnerships

    More than 60 people from around the Antelope Valley converged on Edwards AFB to start the new year off fresh with a meeting at the Airman and Family Readiness Center Jan. 10.The gathering gave base personnel and community representatives a chance to meet, learn and brainstorm on how Edwards and the local area can work together for common goals.
  • Joint Simulation Environment inches closer to reality

    The 412th Electronic Warfare Group is one step closer to bringing the Joint Simulation Environment to life at Edwards Air Force Base, California. The 412th EWG recently began work to pave the way for ultimately building a new facility to house the JSE.
  • Feed the Dragon: 412th TW unveils next step in innovation campaign

    The 116 Day Innovation Blitz is complete and it’s time for the next leg of Team Edwards’ innovation journey. Brig. Gen. E. John Teichert, 412th Test Wing commander, toured the base Jan. 15 where he discussed with several units the next step in the wing’s innovation campaign. He began the tour at the test wing headquarters building where he showed
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