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  • Airman delays retirement, helps AEDC meet COVID-19 challenge

    For one senior noncommissioned officer at Arnold Air Force Base, the end of a successful military career was on the horizon at the start of 2020, with terminal leave planned to begin May 1 and retirement Sept. 1.That was before COVID-19.With the pandemic surging in the United States, Master Sgt. Joshua Suggs demonstrated the Air Force core value of
  • AFTC commander introduces 'new normal' with virtual town halls

    Held via Microsoft Teams Commercial Virtual Remote Environment.
  • 72nd MDG COVID-19 clinic receives upgrades

    With the onset of coronavirus in March, the 72nd Medical Group clinic operations at Tinker Air Force Base were significantly diminished in order to protect both its patients and staff, now as much as possible, operations are returning to normal. The response to the pandemic has progressed and what initially began as a pop-up tent clinic for COVID-19 patients has now evolved into three hardened structures, providing increased capabilities.
  • AFSC Commander visits 72nd MDG

    Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland, Air Force Sustainment Center commander, center, and Chief Master Sgt. David Flosi, AFSC command chief, visited the 72nd Medical Group's (MDG) clinic at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, Aug. 5, 2020. The visit allowed Kirkland and Flosi to gain a better understanding of how the 72nd MDG has protected the health and safety of the Tinker workforce while balancing the mission during the COVID pandemic.
  • Honor Guard training continues despite COVID-19

    Part 2 of 2 photo essays on Honor Guard training
  • Engineers receive virtual, hands-on helicopter test training

    Test teams increased their engineers with rotary wing performance expertise by 80%
  • Valve face masks provide less COVID-19 protection

    Recently the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revised their guidelines for proper face coverings to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
  • AF technology could help fight virus, disease spread in buildings

    TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. – An Air Force invention could be key to reducing the amount of airborne microbes — like viruses, bacteria and mold spores — inside buildings and homes.In 2009, the U.S. Air Force submitted a patent application for an invention that coats surfaces with a protective finish, killing toxins on contact. The technology,
  • Coping with COVID: An Air Force Podcast

    In this episode of An Air Force Podcast, we look into how the renewed focus on Squadrons has prepared and supported Airmen and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Arnold AFB Airmen support combatant commanders

    Arnold Engineering Development Complex team members work together day-in, day-out to execute the mission of testing systems that ensure the U.S. military maintains superiority over foes. This mission is often focused on the future fight, but Airmen assigned to AEDC also deploy to support combatant commanders in the here and now.Master Sgt. Frank
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