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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Autonomous vehicles coming to PIRA

    Self-driving vehicles may not be commonplace on city streets yet, but they are headed to the Precision Impact Range Area on Edwards Air Force Base, California. Autonomous Solutions Inc. conducted a site survey to gather information needed to provide their autonomous services to the PIRA, April 16-17.
  • Mentorship propels AFTC vice commander’s career

    Later this year, Col. Angela Suplisson is set to retire and bid farewell to her Air Force family after almost 30 years of service. She said her final assignment as the AFCT vice commander at Edwards Air Force Base, California, was fitting considering it had been a launching pad for her career into the testing world.
  • Breakfast, bacon bolsters base bonds

    Airmen and their families enjoyed breakfast for dinner during a Strong Family Program event at the Mojave Sky Community Center at Edwards Air Force Base, California, March 18.
  • Aerial refueling probe light evaluations flown with KC-135: Effort to clear Navy, USMC F-35 night refueling envelope

    The F-35 program recently completed testing on an improved lighting assembly with the KC-135 that will enable the Navy and Marine Corps F-35 variants to refuel behind the tanker at night. Flight testing of the redesigned light, which attaches to a refueling probe, was led by Patuxent River Naval Air Station, Maryland, and supported by Edwards Air
  • Air Force’s top NCO gets look at all things Edwards

    Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright received a whirlwind tour of the Center of the Aerospace Testing Universe March 18-19.The highest ranking enlisted member in the Air Force got a firsthand look at almost every squadron and unit on Edwards. Wright visited with everyone from security forces defenders to testers at the F-35 Joint
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