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  • 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
  • A KC-46 milestone: Making history today at Edwards

    Fielding began last week on America’s newest air refueling tanker aircraft – the KC-46 Pegasus.  Operationalizing a new military aircraft does not happen often, but when it does, it typically goes through Edwards Air Force Base – The Center of the Aerospace Testing Universe. Regardless of whether it is a frequent or a rare occurrence, hitting a
  • AFMC mobile app now available on USAF Connect

    The Air Force Materiel Command is excited to announce the launch of the AFMC command mobile application in USAF Connect.
  • January is Cervical Health Awareness Month

    January is Cervical Health Awareness Month and the 412th Medical Group wants people to know that there’s a lot they can do to prevent cervical cancer. Each year, more than 11,000 women in the United States get cervical cancer.Human papillomavirus is a very common infection that spreads through sexual activity, and it causes almost all cases of
  • AFTC’s top civilian up for DOD award

    A “diversity of experience” is what David K. Robertson attributes to his rise from a GS-07 entry-level engineer to a member of the U.S. Government’s Senior Executive Service. He began his career at Edwards AFB straight out of Fresno State University in 1986 and today he helps oversee a $31 billion test enterprise as the Air Force Test Center’s
  • Arnold Air Force Base hosts 2018 Air Force Test Center Strategic Offsite

    The mission of the Air Force Test Center is to “conduct Developmental Test and Evaluation of air, space and cyber systems to provide timely, objective and accurate information to decision makers.”Arnold Engineering Development Complex is expected to continue playing a vital role in this mission, said Brig. Gen. Christopher Azzano as he and other
  • MLK march, ceremony Jan. 17

    All are invited to the Edwards Air Force Base Martin Luther King Celebration on Thursday, Jan. 17. There will be a 9:45 a.m. MLK march from building 2750 to Chapel 1 followed by a 10 a.m. MLK Commemorative Service at Chapel 1. Light refreshments will be served immediately following the program at the Chapel 1 Annex.
  • 461st FLTS pilot makes history

    History was made once again at Edwards Air Force Base, California, when Maj. Rachael Winiecki became the first female F-35 developmental test pilot as she successfully completed her first flight test mission, Dec. 14. Winiecki, from the 461st Flight Test Squadron, took off that morning in her F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, she was then greeted by
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