AFMC Command News

  • Software engineers complete 100 sprints; continue racing

    A team of Hill software engineers, working Personnel Recovery Command and Control, is producing computer code that helps the warfighter and they’re doing it at record speed, within a two-week window called a sprint.The code they produce supports a joint surveillance electronic tracking system that

  • AEDC Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9 reaches 5,000 run mark

    The list of milestones and achievements at Arnold Engineering Development Complex Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9 recently grew a bit longer.On April 11, the team at the White Oak, Maryland facility celebrated the successful completion of 5,000 test runs by Tunnel 9 personnel.”It’s always exciting when

  • Museum to host 3-day commemoration of World War II

    A three-day commemoration of World War II will begin on Saturday, June 4 and concludes on Monday, June 6. Visitors can tour the Traveling replica WWII Memorial, get an up-close look inside different visiting aircraft, observe a WWII era B-25 flyover and participate in the first public look-inside

  • AAPI panel highlights mentoring, diversity

    The Air Force Materiel Command held a Cross-Cultural Mentoring Panel, May 24, in conjunction with the observance of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.

  • Air Force visits Boom Supersonic

    The engagement with Boom is part of a larger effort to fuel the burgeoning commercial resurgence of high speed passenger travel, dubbed the “Vector Initiative.” The initiative aims to partner with commercial sector leaders to accelerate their development and advance enabling technologies that could

  • Space Force, Air Force sign landmark MOU on Guardian uniforms

    Wade Yamada, Deputy Director of Staff, Office of the Chief of Space Operations and Lea Kirkwood, Program Executive Officer and Director of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Agile Combat Support (ACS) Directorate signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on May 16.The memo formally

  • Youth programs gear up for Summer

    As COVID-19 rates drop in many parts of the country, youth centers across the Department of the Air Force are looking forward to reopening their doors to youth and teens.