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Local

Lockheed Martin pilot hits 1000 hours in Raptor

Posted February 6, 2015 by Linda KC Reynolds

Lockheed Martin Chief F-22 Test Pilot Steve “Hooter” Rainey celebrated another career milestone as he reached 1,000 hours flying an F-22 Raptor Jan. 22 over Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.

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Space

New probe to improve understanding of global climate change

Posted February 6, 2015 by Peter W. Merlin

A new NASA spacecraft launched Jan. 31 from California will measure soil moisture across the globe to help scientists better understand and predict weather cycles and climate change.

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Events

Armstrong Flight Research Center reaches students.

Posted February 6, 2015 by Linda KC Reynolds

Photograph by Linda KC Reynolds Norbert, NASAís Digital Learning Network mascot has a little fun with students at the Gregg Anderson Academy. Principal Shelly Dearinger believes the school is so successful due to the parents, teachers and community partners such as those from the NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center. Catching and holding elementary children’s attention…

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Veterans

Edwards Airmen celebrate Super Bowl with local retired veterans

Posted February 6, 2015 by Diane Betzler

What better way to spend one of America’s most favorite past times than munching on a good meal and watching the Super Bowl with folks who understand what your service has meant to your country and fellow countrymen?

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Navy photograph by John F. Williams
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Defense

Making sailors SAFFiR

Posted February 6, 2015 by Tammy White

Navy unveils firefighting robot prototype at expo Navy photograph by John F. Williams The Office of Naval Research-sponsored Shipboard Autonomous Firefighting Robot (SAFFiR) undergoes testing aboard the Naval Research Laboratory’s ex-USS Shadwell in Mobile, Ala. SAFFiR is a bipedal humanoid robot being developed to assist Sailors with damage control and inspection operations aboard naval vessels….

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Health & Safety

Measles: Don’t wait, vaccinate

Posted February 6, 2015 by

Air Force photograph The 412th Medical Group is urging individuals and parents to vaccinate themselves and their children if they are not immunized. Measles is caused by a highly contagious virus and is easily spread through droplets in the air from an infected person’s cough, sneeze, or any direct contact with an infected person’s secretions…

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Space

With Boeing Inmarsat-5 launch, global broadband network closer to reality

Posted February 4, 2015 by

Photograph courtesy of International Launch Services The second Boeing Inmarsat-5 satellite launched Feb. 1 and sent signals from orbit, the next step in establishing Global Xpress, the worldís first globally available high-speed mobile broadband service for government and commercial users. EL SEGUNDO, Calif. ñ The second Boeing-built Inmarsat-5 satellite has sent its first signals from…

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Defense

AEDC tunnel back online after $33 million upgrade

Posted February 4, 2015 by

Courtesy Photo The image above is a three-dimensional cutaway view of the Captive Trajectory System recently installed in AEDCís 4-foot Transonic wind tunnel. The new CTS, used for weapons integration testing, has improved performance capacities over the original system. It is designed to carry higher loads and achieve higher angles with more accurate positioning capacities…

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Air Force photograph by Samuel King Jr.
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Defense

F-35 nears completion of all-weather testing

Posted February 4, 2015 by

For the past four months, an F-35 Lightning II has endured extreme weather temperatures to certify the fleet to deploy to any corner of the world. 

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Army photograph by John Martinez
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Veterans

World War II’s 1st Special Service Force honored with Congressional Gold Medal

Posted February 4, 2015 by J.D. Leipold

Forty-two veterans of the original 1,800 commandos that made up the World War II U.S.-Canadian 1st Special Service Force were honored in the Capitol, Feb. 3, as recipients of the Congressional Gold Medal, the highest civilian award for distinguished achievement the U.S. Congress can bestow

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