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  • AEDC Tunnel A tested with standard model

    An AGARD-B model is shown in the test section of supersonic wind tunnel A in the von Kármán Gas Dynamics Facility at Arnold Air Force Base, Tennessee, headquarters of Arnold Engineering Development Complex, Dec. 13, 2022. The area leading up to the model is the 2D variable flex-wall nozzle that

  • Maj. Gen. von Hoffman visits Arnold AFB

    Kris Hughes, deputy base civil engineer for Arnold Air Force Base, speaks with Maj. Gen. C. McCauley von Hoffman, director of Logistics, Civil Engineering, Force Protection and Nuclear Integration, Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command, about the Primary Pumping Station during her visit to Arnold

  • AEDC conducts tests for Orion ahead of Artemis launch

    After several years in the making, NASA launched Artemis 1, an unmanned maiden flight of the integrated Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, as part of its Artemis space program.Since the early flight missions to the moon, teams of

  • DOD offering additional assistance in finding employment for military spouses

    The well-being and readiness of service members is a top priority for the Defense Department, and in September, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III announced an action plan offering them and their families additional support.One of these includes providing assistance in finding employment for

  • AFTC gains new test capability

    Members of the 716th Test Squadron and Integrated Analysis Branch of the 804th Test Group of Arnold Engineering Development Complex are advancing the test capabilities available to develop and prove the superiority of those systems needed to meet the demands of the National Defense Strategy with the

  • AFTC organizations collaborate to expand B-52 weapon capabilities

    The Air Force SEEK EAGLE Office recently called upon the expertise of the Store Separation Test team to test and evaluate the release of a GBU-38 from a B-52H Stratofortress with new load configurations in the 16-foot transonic wind tunnel at Arnold Air Force Base.

  • AFMC commander visits Arnold Air Force Base

    Ben Holton, right, deputy, 716th Test Squadron, 804th Test Group, Arnold Engineering Development Complex, uses a model of the Propulsion Wind Tunnel facility at Arnold Air Force Base, Tennessee, to explain how the wind tunnels operate to Gen. Duke Z. Richardson, left, commander, Air Force Materiel