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We really do have the technology: 3-D printing takes wounded warriors to a new dimension 3-D printing takes wounded warriors to a new dimension
One wounded warrior wanted to amble around the hotel pool during his honeymoon without strapping on prosthetic legs. Another wanted ice skates to fit snugly onto his prosthetic feet so he’d receive the sensory feedback he’d come to expect when engaging in his favorite pastime. And yet another wanted to hold a fishing rod while enjoying full use of the hook where his hand used to be.
0 11/03
2017
A panel of leaders from various organizations on base decide which one of three design proposals to pursue following presentations at Bldg. 3000. Pictured left to right: Dan Osburn, 412th Test Engineering Group; Peter Burke, 412th Electronic Warfare Group; Lt. Col. Jeffrey Kwok, 412th Operations Group; Kyle Schaller, 771st Test Squadron; and Tony Rubino, 412th Range Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kenji Thuloweit) Innovation challenge brings possible advancement in F-22 test capabilities
The 412th Test Wing’s Experimentation Center for Ideas/Technology Exploration team, known as XCITE, hosted a one-day innovation challenge July 10, 2017. Several engineers from around Edwards Air Force Base partnered with members of the Desert High School Robotics team to come up with a solution to a real-world test problem.
0 7/17
2017
Staff Sgt Dominic Koah, 557th Expeditionary RED HORSE water fuels system maintenance craftsman, shovels dirt and concrete away from a construction site June 27, 2017, in Southwest Asia. Working through extreme heat and high winds members of RED HORSE construct pre-engineered buildings vital to the expansion of the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing and its operational capabilities. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Damon Kasberg) RED HORSE Airmen battle heat, darkness to shape future
On a construction site at the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing, all five senses are constantly bombarded. The sun scorches every inch of uncovered skin. Gusting winds kick up sand and dirt, making it difficult to see. Deafening machines saturate the air with the smell and taste of fumes.
0 7/14
2017
Jeffery Schone, 56th Civil Engineer Squadron environmental engineer, poses for a portrait May 15, 2017, at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. For his continual dedication to the Department of Defense mission and integrated support of sustainability initiatives, Schone recently received the 2017 Secretary of Defense Environmental Award.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexander Cook)  Luke AFB environmental engineer receives SECDEF Environmental Award
One of these distinguished leaders is Jeffery Schone, an environmental engineer assigned to the 56th Civil Engineering Squadron, who received the 2017 Secretary of Defense Environmental Award for his outstanding achievements throughout his career.
0 5/18
2017
Rafiq Viray, a model maker with the 412th Maintenance Squadron’s instrumentation division, threads mount holes in the base of the flight test engineer workstation scheduled to be used for KC-46A Pegasus testing. The workstation was designed in modules for ease of construction, installation and reconfiguration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Christopher Ball) Engineers, technicians support KC-46 tanker testing on the ground
Refueling developmental testing with the KC-46A Pegasus is taking place over 1,000 miles away in the Pacific Northwest, with Edwards Air Force Base, California, supporting with chase aircraft.
0 6/29
2016
Dr. Andrew Rosenberger, right, an Air Force Research Laboratory engineer, is awarded the American Society for Testing and Materials International Award of Merit by chairman Dr. Ralph Paroli for his distinguished service and exceptional committee work in the area of metals fatigue and fracture. (U.S. Air Force photo/Steve Thompson) AF Research Laboratory materials engineer receives prestigious award
An engineer with the Air Force Research Laboratory Materials and Manufacturing Directorate was honored with the American Society for Testing and Materials International Award of Merit at a ceremony May 3 in San Antonio for his work in the area of metals fatigue and fracture.
0 5/11
2016
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