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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - If you have the desire to take to the skies and learn how to fly, the Redstone Arsenal Flying Activity is for you. The club has been around well before the 1980s, the office complex was built in 1994 and then the hanger in 2000.
A gain for education in Huntsville/Madison County is a gain for Team Redstone and the economic engine that drives the Tennessee Valley.
A preacher by trade, the keynote speaker at Team Redstone’s African American/Black History Month observance Thursday promised to preach. And he did.
Results are in from the Community Strengths and Themes Assessment, and they are shining a spotlight on the needs and concerns of Team Redstone.
Melitta Thorn is eager to start fundraising.
Engineer remembers dog days of Vietnam 2/22/2017
When Maj. Craig Ailles arrived in Vietnam in 1969, he inherited two dogs: a male named Sloopy and a female, Cocoa.
Members of the Tennessee Valley made a lifetime of difference through their generosity during the 2016 Combined Federal Campaign.
These “scientists” are bright, curious, well-spoken and courteous. They are all under the age of 12.
It may only be five kilometers (3.1 miles), but it goes the distance when it comes to giving back to veterans and the community.
Huntsville’s economic engine is ready for the next big thing.
Clint Morningstar was nearly killed on his very first night in Vietnam in 1969.
US Army Materiel Command
Meet Your Army: 597th captain joined to do great things Yesterday at 11:00PM
Growing up in Mississippi, little did he know that an Army career spanning 10 years and counting, would await him.
USAMMA Works to Medically Equip the Army for Less Money Yesterday at 11:00PM
In January 2017, the Navy Printing Office agreed to support the Army by producing Tactical Combat Casualty Care cards, used for battlefield trauma care, for about 17 cents each -- about 5 percent of …
US, UK arrangement allows joint research 2/22/2017
A Science and Technology Project Arrangement has been established between the United States and the United Kingdom concerning joint energetic materials work.
Solar project nearing an end 2/22/2017
The solar array, a project between Anniston Army Depot and the Alabama Power Company, is nearing an end of the construction phase.
Anniston Army Depot Commander Col. Martine Kidd held a town hall session Feb. 15, which was broadcast live to the workforce.
Picatinny Arsenal engineers have fired the newly modified M777A2 howitzer at Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona, completing the next step towards expanding the system's current firing range.
ANAD earns Army antiterrorism award 2/22/2017
Anniston Army Depot was recently awarded the Army's Best Antiterrorism Program Award for an installation or garrison with less than 6,000 military and civilian employees.
TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT, Pa. -- Exemplary leadership and a can-do attitude are hallmarks of four individuals who repeatedly exceed expectations.
Col. Samuel Godfrey, the chaplain for Army Materiel Command, was the keynote speaker for Anniston Army Depot's annual Prayer Breakfast and took the opportunity to remind the workforce not only of the …
Two Mission and Installation Contracting Command Soldiers were recognized Feb. 13 as part of the Secretary of the Army's fiscal 2016 Awards for Excellence in Contracting.UA-58345956-1
Military Science and Technology
NASA Wind Tunnel Tests Lockheed Martin’s X-Plane Design for a Quieter Supersonic Jet Today at 10:22AM
Supersonic passenger airplanes are another step closer to reality as NASA and Lockheed Martin begin the first high-speed wind tunnel tests for the Quiet Supersonic Technology (QueSST) X-plane …
NASA to Hold Media Teleconference Today on Study to Add Crew to First Orion, Space Launch System Mission Today at 8:02AM
NASA will discuss plans for an ongoing study to assess the feasibility of adding a crew to Exploration Mission-1, the first integrated flight of NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion …
NASA Invites Media to Next Test of Orion Spacecraft Parachutes Yesterday at 1:09PM
NASA is inviting media to attend a test of the Orion spacecraft’s parachutes on Wednesday, March 8, at the U.S. Army’s Yuma Proving Ground in Arizona. Orion is scheduled for its second airdrop …
NASA celebrates National Engineer Week and Girl's Day with a series of events.
NASA Establishes New Public-Private Partnerships to Advance U.S. Commercial Space Capabilities 2/22/2017
NASA is partnering with eight U.S. companies to advance small spacecraft and launch vehicle technologies that are on the verge of maturation and are likely to benefit both NASA and the commercial …
NASA Telescope Reveals Largest Batch of Earth-Size, Habitable-Zone Planets Around Single Star 2/22/2017
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has revealed the first known system of seven Earth-size planets around a single star. Three of these planets are firmly located in the habitable zone, the area around …
NASA will hold a news conference at 1 p.m. EST Wednesday, Feb. 22, to present new findings on planets that orbit stars other than our sun, known as exoplanets. The event will air live on NASA …
Major experiments that will look into a range of scientific disciplines from human health to atmospheric conditions on Earth are on their way to the International Space Station following liftoff at …
NASA’s Juno mission to Jupiter, which has been in orbit around the gas giant since July 4, 2016, will remain in its current 53-day orbit for the remainder of the mission.
NASA Television will provide live coverage of the launch and docking of a Russian cargo spacecraft delivering almost three tons of food, fuel and supplies to the International Space Station beginning …