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  • Edwards AFB first to test Air Force Comptroller Services Portal

    The Comptroller Services Portal is an automated incident management application that allows customers to receive online assistance from their servicing Comptroller squadron. The CSP has integrated workflows which assist the customer in seeking help with travel pay, military pay, and civilian pay.
  • Edwards expands test capabilities with T-7A Distributed Test Operations

    The T-7A Test Team executed Distributed Test Operations (DTO) in a Mission Control Room at Ridley Mission Control Center at Edwards Air Force Base, California on April 30.
  • Modular mission control room upgrade improves 412th Test Wing’s capabilities

    A $37 million improvement and modernization program is now underway at the 412th Test Wing’s Ridley Mission Control Center on Edwards Air Force Base, California.
  • Test squadron uses simulators to support high-priority F-35 test missions

    As the Air Force Test Center’s 412th Test Wing resumed mission-essential flight testing, the 772nd Test Squadron’s (772 TS) modeling and simulation (Sim) engineers and technicians restarted manned cockpit simulation operations to support flight test mission rehearsals at Edwards Air Force Base, California, April 14..
  • Edwards AFB Top 3 spearheads DeCA agent shopping service

    The 412th Test Wing community launched a commissary shopping service at Edwards Air Force Base, California, to support those who are high risk, quarantined, isolated and unable to shop for themselves, or Team Edwards deployed families impacted due to COVID-19, April 20.
  • ET-CTF completes new test bed flight tests

    The Emerging Technology Combined Test Force successfully completed flight tests on its newest autonomous aircraft test bed last month at Edwards Air Force Base, California. The flight tests are in support of the Skyborg project with the goal to ultimately provide an autonomous software testing package.
  • 412th Test Wing Security Forces Squadron ramps up augmentation force training

    During a time of reduced manning levels when mission-essential personnel are the only ones allowed to work on Edwards Air Force Base due to the COVID-19 pandemic, units are coming up with unique, unconventional or alternative ways to continue with the mission and maintain a steady state as a force in readiness.
  • AFTC Small Business Office provides doorway for innovation, test possibilities

    While a lot of attention is garnered by large Defense contractors’ newest and greatest weapons systems, the Air Force Test Center’s Small Business Office provides a way for small businesses to showcase their innovative ideas amongst the giants of the industry. Additionally, with the current COVID-19 situation impacting businesses, supply lines and Americans’ daily lives, the AFTC Small Business Office is doing its part to ensure the test enterprise continues.
  • EPAWSS testing readies F-15 for future

    The F-15E Eagle fleet is currently undergoing critical electronic warfare testing at the Benefield Anechoic Facility (BAF) on Edwards Air Force Base, California. This F-15E is outfitted with the Eagle Passive/Active Warning and Survivability System (EPAWSS). The EPAWSS is an integrated digital avionics system designed to protect the F-15E Eagle against enemy air defense systems, said Jon Danner, F-15 Division Test Manager at Air Force Life Cycle Management Center.
  • Edwards shares sanitation lessons learned

    The 412th Test Wing’s Ridley Mission Control Rooms (RMCC) recently updated and shared their sanitization procedures to help mitigate the health risks across the enterprise, April 6.

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