• AEDC is a family affair for Garrards

    Nearly 60 years ago, Jim Garrard made a decision to work at then-Arnold Engineering Development Center, now Arnold Engineering Development Complex, that has had a ripple effect for both his family and AEDC.He is the first of three generations that have worked for AEDC. His son, Doug;

  • AEDC announces winners of Science Engineering and Test Management Awards

    Arnold Engineering Development Complex senior leadership announced the Complex-level winners for the Air Force Materiel Command Science Engineering and Test Management Awards on April 27.Nomination packages are evaluated in three areas: operational impact, innovative improvements and customer

  • AEDC supporting Golden Horde testing

    The 586th Flight Test Squadron, Detachment 1, a unit of the 704th Test Group of Arnold Engineering Development Complex, is currently supporting one of the Air Force Vanguard programs – Golden Horde.Vanguards, part of the Air Force 2030 Science and Technology Strategy, are focused on advancing

  • KC-46 conducts flight tests with E-4B

    An E-4B assigned to Eighth Air Force from Offut Air Force Base, Nebraska, conducted flight tests with the KC-46 Pegasus at Edwards Air Force Base, California, in February. (Air Force video by Giancarlo Casem)

  • AEDC Propulsion Test Branch propelling aircraft engine technology

    The Propulsion Test Branch within the Arnold Engineering Development Complex Test Division tests the powerhouses of U.S. military aircraft and missiles to prove their worthiness for the warfighter.“Our mission is to provide decision makers actionable data through safe, efficient and unbiased test

  • “Jolly Green II” lands at Edwards for flight tests

    Crews off-load from two HH-60W “Jolly Green II” combat rescue helicopters at Edwards Air Force Base, California, Feb. 17. The HH-60Ws arrived from Eglin AFB, Florida, to conduct flight test operations. (Air Force photo by Giancarlo Casem)

  • AEDC 16-foot supersonic wind tunnel restored to operational status

    On Jan. 21, 2021, the multi-year efforts of many yielded the desired results with a successful air-on test run in the Arnold Engineering Development Complex 16-foot supersonic wind tunnel, or 16S, and return to service of the test facility.“Wind Tunnel 16S will provide the nation a significant

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