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At left, Capt. Nicholas Sabine, Royal Canadian Air Force, 1 Canadian Air Division, A4 Construction Engineering and Dr. Craig Rutland, Air Force Civil Engineer Center, pavement subject matter expert and contact for Engineering Technical Letter, or ETL, 06-4 Expedient Trim Pad Anchoring Systems examine the components of the tape connector, a key part of the Aircraft Arresting System. Royal Canadian Air Force visits AFCEC to learn more about Aircraft Arresting Systems
Members of the Royal Canadian air force met with the Air Force Civil Engineer Center’s Operations Directorate recently to discuss requirements and procedures for mobile aircraft arresting systems. The Canadian military is preparing for a NATO exercise and the capability to perform engine testing at contingency locations.Capt. Nicholas Sabine, Royal
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2017 FEMP award recipients 2017 FEMP award winners recognized at Energy Exchange
The Air Force recognized six Federal Energy Management Program, or FEMP, award winners Aug. 18 at the 2017 Energy Exchange in Tampa, Florida.
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Photo of Air Force Energy booth at the 2017 Energy Exchange Energy professionals exchange ideas, information at annual event
More than 2,600 professionals from the energy industry, including approximately 200 Air Force attendees, gathered in Tampa, Florida, Aug. 14-18 for the U.S. Department of Energy Federal Energy Management Program’s 2017 Energy Exchange.
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Members of the Tennessee Air National Guard hold a salute during the presentation of the colors by the 164AW Color Guard on Memphis Air National Guard Base. Memphis ANG Base is the first to partner with AFCEC on a UESC. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Staff Sgt. Allan Eason/Released) The ANG finds a new partner for improving energy efficiency… AFCEC
For the first time, AFCEC is supporting an Air National Guard base in the development of a Utility Energy Service Contract.
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Default Air Force Logo AEMR is now AEMRR - 2017 Annual Energy Management and Resilience Report
AFCEC/CNA is ramping up for the 2017 Annual Energy Management and Resilience Report, otherwise known as the AEMRR.
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Airmen from the civil engineer electrical team at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, discuss a component of the Electrical Systems Trainer during a recent visit by the AFCEC force development team. The trainer serves as a tool for Airmen to learn the electrical systems found outside the continental U.S. (U.S. Air Force photo/Susan H. Lawson)
Ramstein Airmen develop new training method with AFCEC validation
Airmen of the civil engineer electrical team at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, recently developed an innovative training method to tackle deficiencies by designing and constructing an electrical systems training simulator.Although similar trainers are used at other electrical shops worldwide, the Electrical Systems Trainer at Ramstein focuses on
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Mark Correll, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Environment, Safety and Infrastructure, Headquarters Air Force, Pentagon, addresses the audience during the 2017 Planning and Programming Summit. Planning and programming summit focuses on “shared way forward”
The Air Force Civil Engineer Center's Planning and Integration Directorate hosted a three-day summit to discuss enterprise initiatives, and planning and programming portfolios.
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Default Air Force Logo New ESPC playbook now live
The Air Force Civil Engineer Center's Energy Directorate recently went live with a new playbook for Energy Savings Performance Contracts, or ESPCs, replacing Engineering Technical Letter 13-13.
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Jared Kwitowski, a 325th Civil Engineer Squadron Natural Resources Wildlife Biologist, processes a potential Green Sea Turtle nest July 12 on the Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, beach. The Tyndall natural resources office helps protect these endangered sea turtles during the hatching process to ensure their survival. The Air Force Civil Engineer Center’s Eglin Installation Support Section helps bases in the Florida Panhandle identify requirements and develop permits and plans to execute environmental and civil engineering projects. (U.S. Air Force photo/Shannon Carabajal) AFCEC support sections empower Air Force mission
Across the Air Force, environmental specialists from the Air Force Civil Engineer Center are working behind the scenes to ensure long-term suitability of environments for military operations. Their job may not be glamorous, but it is important and serves one purpose.
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The Air Force Encroachment Management program, headed by the AFCEC Planning and Integration Directorate, assist with addresses encroachment and sustainment challenges for missions like the F-22 Raptor landing at Spangdahlem Air Base Germany.  These challenges have the potential to affect both the Air Force mission and the quality of life in surrounding.  AFCEC will host the annual Air Force Encroachment Management (AFEM) training event 1-3 August 2017.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Chad Warren/Released)     AFCEC to host Air Force Encroachment Management Symposium
The Air Force Civil Engineer Center’s Regional Development Planning Branch hosts the annual Air Force Encroachment Management, or AFEM, training event Aug. 1-3, at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.    The symposium provides encroachment management stakeholders with the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure mission readiness across the enterprise and
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