Air Force

September 28, 2012

Team Edwards celebrates ’65 years of transformation’

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412th TW Public Affairs

Team Edwards members gathered together at Club Muroc Sept. 21 to celebrate “65 Years of Transformation” with their very own Air Force Ball. Guests were treated to drinks, food and dancing in celebration of the U.S. Air Force’s birthday. Videos and graphical illustrations made by 412th Public Affairs showed the history of flight test here at Edwards and the ever-changing base. In his welcome, Brig. Gen. Michael T. Brewer said, “While the Air Force has undergone continuous transformations over the past 65 years, it is the tremendous accomplishments of our Airmen, military and civilians, that have remained unchanged. Your efforts and sacrifices have helped shape our Air Force into the world’s greatest aerospace force.”

Team Edwards members stand for toasts made during the Air Force Ball at Edwards Sept. 21 at Club Muroc.

Retired Air Force colonel and test pilot Ted Wierzbanowski, AeroVironment UAS Airspace Integration director, served as the keynote speaker and spoke about the changes over the years in the Air Force. Here, he holds an unmanned aerial system that can be launched by hand.

Videos and graphics illustrated the “65 years of transformation” here at Edwards during the Air Force Ball.

Sticking to tradition, Brig. Gen. Michael T. Brewer, 412th Test Wing commander, cuts the Air Force birthday cake with the youngest Airman in attendance, Airman Michael Day, 412th Communications Squadron. James Judkins, 412th Civil Engineering Division director, helps out.




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