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  • DAF to increase transparency, accountability in sexual misconduct cases

    The Department of the Air Force began publishing the nature and results of sexual misconduct disciplinary actions on installation websites across the Air Force and Space Force on Dec. 1, 2023. This change supports a Department of Defense effort to promote greater transparency and accountability in

  • Preventative Law Tips: Holiday Scams

    With Americans expected to spend an average of $1,000 this Holiday season, scammers are hard at work targeting holiday shoppers with the latest identity theft and hacking scams. Follow these tips to stay safe this season!

  • 717th Test Squadron team receives training on analysis software

    This August, 14 test analysts and test engineers supporting the 717th Test Squadron, part of the 804th Test Group at Arnold Engineering Development Complex, headquartered at Arnold Air Force Base, participated in a training opportunity.The 804 TG Analysis and Technology Development Branch, or TDA,

  • Outgoing director of research at TPS shapes legacy via X-62A VISTA

    On Sept. 22, 2023, Dr. Malcolm Christopher Cotting became only the eighth honorary graduate in the U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School’s history. Cotting is leaving the school after a 13-year stay, but not without leaving a legacy that pushes the envelope of flight test to a new plane – a

  • T-7A Red Hawk Arrival at Edwards AFB Reflects Integrated Team Effort

    The first Boeing T-7A Red Hawk successfully arrived at Edwards Air Force Base, California, Nov. 8, 2023. This milestone formally commences the Air Force’s developmental flight test campaign for the aircraft, aimed at fielding a replacement pilot training capability for the 1960’s-era Northrop T-38

  • F-15C Eagle display at Arnold AFB honors Duricy

    ARNOLD AIR FORCE BASE, Tenn. – The significance of the static aircraft displayed outside the Main Gate and Gate 2 of Arnold Air Force Base goes beyond decorative purposes. The displays symbolize the importance of the work performed across Arnold Engineering Development Complex, headquartered at

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