Air Force photograph by Rebecca Amber The Scorpions Robotics team named their robot, Scoop Da Whoop, after the scooping mechanism attached to the top of the robot, which helps the team achieve one of the game objectives to move small square pieces from the playing field to a series of baskets attached to a pendulum….
Air Force photograph by Rebecca Amber The 412th Force Support Squadron and Team Edwards celebrated Black History Month Feb. 27 with a luncheon in the Alliance Room at Club Muroc Feb. 27. The 412th Force Support Squadron put on Team Edwards’ Black History Month Luncheon Feb. 27†at Club Muroc. The meal included baked or grilled…
NASA photograph by Carla Thomas This aerial photo depicts the original hangars and administrative buildings that were built in 1954 as they appeared in 2001 at what now will be known as the NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center, redesignated in honor of the late Neil A. Armstrong. Two generations of aerospace engineering excellence came together…
The Edwards community participated in an Air Force-wide effort to encourage financial responsibility the week of Feb. 25-28, known as Military Saves Week.
Early Tuesday morning, 412th Test Wing Headquarters was surprised by an exercise involving an active shooter. The shooter, armed with an ammo-less paintball gun, was facing a lay-off. He first targeted his supervisor then "opened fire" on rooms full of unsuspecting people.
It's commonly said that the most valuable gift we can give to another is our time, especially when it's spent marching through 11.5 miles of steep and rocky, desert terrain in remembrance of those who have served.
Air Force photographs by Rebecca Amber Maj. Gen. Arnold W. Bunch Jr., Air Force Test Center commander, shared an update on Edwards Air Force Base and its role in the Air Force Test Center at the Antelope Valley Board of Trade’s Outlook Conference Feb. 21. “Breaking Boundaries” was the theme of the conference. MOJAVE, Calif….
After her second month in office, Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James laid out her top three priorities as part of a “state of the Air Force” address, during the final day of the 30th annual Air Force Association Warfare Symposium and Technology Exposition Feb. 21.
What started as a father-and-son hobby between Rodger and Brent Hecht with the Muroc Model Masters (MMM) Radio-Controlled Club nearly 20 years ago not only paved a way for a lifetime hobby and a career in the aviation industry, but an interest to take model building to a whole new scale.