• 412th MDG offers volunteer opportunity

    The 412th Medical Group, in conjunction with the American Red Cross, recently announced a unique opportunity for local high school students: to serve their very own community in the medical field.
  • Dunkin' with Dragon

    Innovators from Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., pose for a photo with Brig. Gen. E. John Teichert, 412th Test Wing Commander, May. 15. The group of innovators all submitted their ideas, although their ideas have been designated as inactive and was asked to further review or refine their ideas for a future innovation challenge. The group was given
  • New school project now officially underway

    The school renovation project at Edwards Air Force Base, California, is one step closer to fruition after a ground breaking ceremony at the site of the old Branch Elementary School, May 13. Kevin Cordes, Muroc Joint Unified School District Superintendent, hosted the event and invited Edwards leadership, local civic leaders as well as future students of the school.
  • CPI office augments mission effectiveness, efficiency

    The Air Force Materiel Command Continued Process Improvement program leverages Airmen innovation and new technologies to create a continuous cycle of process improvement and change in the service culture. The goal of the program is to improve mission execution while reducing costs, which ultimately maximizes customer, i.e. taxpayer, value of the force.
  • 412th MDSS enjoy coffee with Vets

    Lt. Col. Neva VanDerSchaegen, 412th Medical Support Squadron commander, talks to Art Ray, a World War II Veteran during a Coffee4Vets event in Lancaster, Calif., May 7. Coffee4Vets meets every Tuesday at Crazy Otto’s Diner in Lancaster. The group allows currently-serving Airmen to engage with local Veterans and bridges different generations of
  • Base says ‘Thank you’ to child care providers

    Parents and children from Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., have the opportunity to thank their child care providers this week during Provider Appreciation Week. The kickoff event saw leaders from the base personally thank child care providers at the Child Development Center, May 6.
  • Edwards AFB kicks off AAPI Month

    The month of May is Asian American Pacific Islander (AA/PI) Heritage Month. Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month recognizes the challenges faced by Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Native Hawaiians and their vital contributions to the American story. The Federal Asian Pacific American Council theme for this year is “Unite Our Mission by Engaging Each Other.” Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month honors Americans with a proud heritage that encompasses all of the Asian continent and Pacific islands of Polynesia, Melanesia, and Micronesia.
  • Edwards Civ-Mil Support Group holds Spring Mixer

    Edwards Civilian-Military Support Group held their Spring Mixer at Club Muroc here April 25. Base leaders and members of the Antelope Valley community mixed and mingle to raise funds for various support projects on base. The Civ-Mil Group board of directors host a collaborative monthly meeting along with Edwards AFB military leaders to discuss ways the Aerospace Valley military and civilian communities can best serve one another.
  • Team Edwards band together to fight sexual assault

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. The theme this year is, “Protecting our people protects our mission.” Personnel from all over the Edwards Air Force Base, California, community banded together to fight against sexual assault with events designed to raise awareness.
  • F-35 AGCAS recommended for fielding

    The 412th Test Wing recently published the technical report on the F-35 Automatic Ground and Collision Avoidance System and have recommended it for fielding; seven years ahead of schedule.

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