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  • AFOTEC Safety program takes top Air Force honors

    The Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center is the winner of the 2011 Secretary of the Air Force Safety Award, Category II and the Col. Will L. Tubbs Memorial Award, Category II. According to safety officials, these awards exemplify the best of the Air Force safety teams."These are AFOTEC team awards, not Safety Directorate awards," said
  • AFOTEC recognizes top performers

    On March 8, the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center Commander Maj. Gen. David J. Eichhorn hosted an annual awards banquet at Kirtland's Mountain View Club celebrating the Center's outstanding performers of 2011 who represent the highest ideals of personal and professional dedication and commitment to a team vision.The evening began
  • AFOTEC colonel's promotion ceremony takes flight

    Booker T. Washington said, "If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else." On Oct. 3, those words became action when the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center Commander lifted off in a balloon with a newly promoted colonel and her sister at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.Maj. Gen. David J. Eichhorn, AFOTEC
  • Volunteer spirit helps Airman's Attic one mouse click at a time

    Those who can, do and those who can do more, volunteer. That is exactly what Staff Sgt. Nathan Peterson, a systems administrator with the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center, is doing. Sergeant Peterson volunteered his time and expertise to create the Airman's Attic Directory at www.airmansattic.net. The website is designed to be a one
  • AFOTEC Heritage Forum focus on past helps inform future

    The Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center plugged into the more than 300 years of leadership knowledge and experience of its former commanders to help inform and shape the future of the test agency during a May 3 Heritage Forum."Plugging into our organization's past allows us to move forward with confidence and assurance in making
  • AFOTEC members fill boxes of gratitude for deployed members

    It has been said that feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it. The caring members from the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center expressed their gratitude by putting together quarterly care packages for the organization's deployed team members April 14."The AFOTEC Key Spouse program initiated
  • AFOTEC honors 2010 outstanding performers

    Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center members were recognized for their achievements during the March 24, 2011 AFOTEC Annual Awards Banquet that honored the outstanding performers for 2010.Dr. Marion L. Williams was the guest speaker for the event. Dr. Williams retired as AFOTEC's Chief Scientist in 2005 after having served in the role
  • AFOTEC earns "Outstanding" inspection rating

    One of the most grueling things any organization has to go through is a higher headquarters inspection. The Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center, headquartered at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., received an overall "Outstanding" rating on its Unit Compliance Inspection held Jan. 11-14. Inspectors from the Air Force Inspection Agency
  • AFOTEC gets new commanding general

    The Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center held a change of command ceremony today at the Mountain View Club on Kirtland Air Force Base. Maj. Gen. David J. Eichhorn assumed command of the Center from Maj. Gen. Stephen T. Sargeant in a ceremony presided by the Assistant Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force Lt. Gen. William L.
  • Academy cadets wrap up summer mentoring program at AFOTEC

    U.S. Air Force Academy cadets traveled to four Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center locations to work as full-fledged members of operational test and evaluation teams and gain hands-on exposure to operational testing processes, products, and experiences for periods of three to five weeks from June through July.AFOTEC hosted the USAFA
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