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  • Revised AFMC Energy Assurance Campaign Plan focuses on future

    The revised 2021 Installation Energy Assurance Campaign Plan provides the way ahead for the Air Force Materiel Command energy assurance posture into the next decade. The AFMC mission consumes vast amounts of energy, and a prolonged disruption in supply can lead to millions of dollars in lost

  • AEDC tests directed energy system in wind tunnel

    The Aerodynamics Branch of Arnold Engineering Development Complex at Arnold Air Force Base is helping the Air Force take directed energy (DE) systems airborne.DE systems use high-energy lasers or microwaves to degrade or destroy threats and targets. “There is a growing interest for directed energy

  • Integrated Digital Environment provides glue for digital campaign

    The Air Force Materiel Command Digital Campaign Line of Effort #1 focuses on the integrated digital environment. An Integrated Digital Environment consists of a collection of data, models, and tools for collaboration, analysis, and visual representation of work activities across all functional

  • Information technology infrastructure provides foundation digital change

    Establishing the required information technology infrastructure for a digitally-transformed service is the first line of effort in the Air Force Materiel Command Digital Campaign. The main goal of this effort is to clearly express the IT infrastructure needs of a digitally-transformed acquisition

  • AFMC Key Spouse program connects units, families

    The Key Spouse Program plays an integral role in Air Force Materiel Command by tying together families, civilian employees and Airmen to enhance the readiness and resiliency of the Air Force.

  • AFMC launches 2022 Spark Tank competition

    The 2022 Air Force Materiel Command Spark Tank competition launches July 1, and Airmen can submit their innovative, game-changing ideas to compete through September 1, 2021.

  • AEDC expands footprint from coast-to-coast over past 24 years

    Since Arnold Engineering Development Center, now Complex, was dedicated in 1951 in middle Tennessee, the organization has grown to include many units, spanning the country from Maryland to California with many points in between. Most of the units and organizations were formed prior to joining AEDC