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  • Edwards AFB hosts 163d Attack Wing MQ-9

    In an unprecedented move towards General CQ Brown’s charge to “Accelerate Change or Lose,” the 163d Attack Wing executed their first ever MQ-9 Agile Combat Employment (ACE) to a Forward Operating Site (FOS), flying from March Air Reserve Base to Edwards Air Force Base.

  • 411th Flight Test Squadron hosts Air Dominance Day

    The 411th Flight Test Squadron hosted an annual Air Dominance Day celebration on Edwards Air Force Base, April 15. Members of the F-22 Raptor test team took time to honor past accomplishments that has resulted in American air dominance for almost 70 years.

  • AFTC releases supplementary telework guidance

    Propelled by the COVID-19 pandemic, remote and telework are here to stay for many businesses, private companies, and the Department of Defense; including the Air Force Test Center.The AFTC personnel directorate released a center-wide telework supplement and one-stop SharePoint site with useful

  • Test Integration: three missions, three views, one goal

    The Commanders from the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center, Air Force Test Center, and U.S. Air Force Warfare Center signed a Tri-Center Integrated Test and Evaluation Memorandum of Understanding that focuses on adopting a unified vision for driving integrated test and evaluation.

  • AFTC Commander learns more about the AEDC mission

    This month, Maj. Gen. Evan Dertien made his first visit to Arnold Air Force Base since taking on his latest role as the commander of the Air Force Test Center.During his two-day stop, Dertien had the opportunity to see many of the test facilities on base and speak with experts in each of the mission

  • AFTC launches centralized hiring supplement

    The Air Force Test Center Centralized Selection Program launches 1 October. The program aims to increase diversity and speed up the hiring process for civilians to build the Air Force Materiel Command We Need.

  • AFTC prepares for next-gen radar cross section testing

    The ever-improving technology of the U.S. military requires the test and evaluation capabilities of the Air Force Test Center organizations to keep pace to prove the superiority of the systems and give confidence to the warfighters using them.At the National Radar Cross Section (RCS) Test Facility

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