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  • 'Diamonds' help raise Edwards' bar

    They are here to provide a focal point of assistance for Airmen in need, set and maintain military standards and correct recalcitrant Airmen if need be. They are the first sergeants of Edwards. "The biggest part of the job is getting out and meeting our Airmen," said Master Sgt. Bobby Herron, 412th

  • Dog handler reunites with canine companion

    After saying goodbye several years ago, a former military working dog handler with the 95th Security Forces Squadron was reunited with his old friend. Tech. Sgt. Jon Camplin, 95th SFS flight chief, recently adopted Cheeta, a 13-year-old female Dutch shepherd who was the first working dog of his

  • California missions: a testament to Spanish heritage

    The Spanish missions preserved throughout California serve as a lasting testament to Spanish heritage and its far reaching influence. Spanish Catholics, who desired to spread their religion to Native Americans, founded 21 missions along the West Coast. The various sites for these missions were

  • Transportation keeps Edwards moving forward

    For Edwards, the transportation division is "where the rubber meets the road." The 95th Civil Engineering Transportation Directorate is responsible for the movement of all cargo, government-owned equipment and deployers associated with Team Edwards. "Nothing moves without transportation," said

  • PTA bridges communication gap between parents and school

    Acting as the wingman to the Desert High and Edwards Middle school student body, Edwards' Parent Teacher Alliance discuss school related topics while striving to provide a link between school and home. The PTA is an organization that serves as a forum to encourage and facilitate communication

  • SCEP gives college students federal government opportunity

    At Edwards, the Student Career Experience Program, also known as the Co-Operative Education Program, gives college students the opportunity to get first-hand experience in a federal government job before completing their degrees. The SCEP is a planned progressive educational program that provides

  • Education center offers opportunities for Airmen during enlistment, commission

    In the Air Force, one of the main priorities for Airmen is to attain a degree during their enlistment or commission. The 95th Mission Support and Services Squadron Human Resources Development Education and Training Complex here provides Edwards Airmen with a centralized location to help pursue their

  • Tuition assistance provides no-cost college degrees to Airmen

    While at Edwards, Airmen are encouraged to use tuition assistance to further their education during their enlistment and commission. Through tuition assistance, active-duty Airmen are eligible to use tuition assistance to support 100 percent coverage for tuition and fees for courses taken during

  • EMS, DHS perform similar missions on one campus

    Children ages 12 to 18 walk through the halls beneath the same roof. As soon as the bell rings, these children go to their respective schools. Edwards Middle School and Desert High School share the same campus, which serves more than 600 students. Edwards Middle School caters to kids ages 12 to 14

  • Aero Club offers Edwards personnel chance to fly

    Many people experience flying from the confines of a commercial airline flight, but what would it be like to fly an aircraft yourself? The Edwards Aero Club exists for those people who ask this question and decide to take it one step further. "Our primary mission is to provide recreational flight