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  • Team Edwards say goodbye to one of its own

    A memorial service for Staff Sgt. Adam Erickson was held at Chapel 1 on Edwards Air Force Base, California, Sept. 20.
  • Edwards AFB celebrates Air Force birthday with Ball

    Team Edwards celebrated the Air Force's 72nd birthday by holding their annual Air Force Ball at Edwards Air Force Base, California, Sept. 14. Speakers at the event included Maj. Gen. Christopher Azzano, Air Force Test Center Commander, Brig. Gen. E. John Teichert, 412th Test Wing Commander, and guest speaker Mark Stucky, Director of Flight Test and Lead Test Pilot, Virgin Galactic.
  • Expanded carriage demonstration showcases possible B-1B capability

    The 412th Test Wing, along with Air Force Global Strike Command and industry partners, held an expanded carriage demonstration with the B-1B Lancer bomber at Edwards Air Force Base, California, Aug. 28.
  • Osprey lands at Edwards for testing

    An MV-22 Osprey from Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland is parked on the Edwards flightline awaiting ground and flight tests as part of the certification process to refuel behind the KC-46 aircraft, at Edwards Air Force Base, California, July 16. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jordan Goodsell)
  • AFTC vice commander bids farewell to Air Force

    After 28 years of service, Col. Angela Suplisson, the Air Force Test Center Vice Commander, retired following a ceremony at Edwards Air Force Base, California, July 12.
  • (VIDEO) B-52 continues “mothership” role during hypersonic test

    In a scene reminiscent of the old days of a B-52 mothership carrying an X-15 underneath a wing, the 419th Flight Test Squadron successfully conducted the first flight test of the AGM-183A Air-Launched Rapid Response Weapon, or ARRW, at Edwards Air Force Base, California, June 12.
  • AFTC engineers share what it means to be an engineer

    Thanks to the efforts of engineers, everything from the everyday, like preparing dinner and making the morning commute, to the extraordinary, such as the exploration of distant planets and national defense, is possible. Engineers are the heart of Air Force Test Center and it's organizations. They are the ones responsible for the testing and research necessary for AFTC to accomplish its mission, and it is once again time to celebrate these men and women, as well as other engineers across the country, for the effect their work has on daily life and the world around them.
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