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  • HISTORY: First AFCEE director looks back at the organization's beginnings

      "Currently the AFRCE-BMS's main mission is to execute all the environmental actions associated with base closures and NEPA requirements. The CMO mission is to accomplish the design efforts of all MCP associated with small MAJCOMs. The HSD/YAQ mission is to execute a portion of the Installation Restoration Program tasks assigned to the HSD. The
  • HISTORY: AFCEE marked by moves

    Employees at the Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment here have called many places home over the last 20 years.When the organization was first established in 1991, home consisted of a trailer park of sorts; a set of modular buildings situated across Brooks AFB, Texas."They were not bad," said J.B. Cole, AFCEE's first director. "It's
  • BBC documentary crew visits Brooks City-Base

    The British Broadcasting Corporation recently sent a five-member video crew here to video key components of the Air Force mission that supported the Apollo 11 moon landing. The video will be used in an upcoming documentary commemorating the 40th anniversary of the moon landing on July 20, 1969.The equipment and people used in the documentary will
  • Brooks celebrates 90th anniversary

    Ninety years of Brooks City-Base aviation and aerospace medicine achievement was showcased February 14th as past and present Air Force scientists and commanders joined the 311th Human Systems Wing to celebrate the 90th anniversary of an historic Texas landmark known originally as Brooks Field.The event, whose theme was "Still Making History - Our
  • AF space medicine pioneer showcases book at Brooks

    Internationally acclaimed cardiologist and former syndicated columnist Dr. Lawrence Lamb added another chapter to Brooks City-Base history May 8 during a special presentation and book signing held, respectively, at Hangar 9 and the museum annex dedicated to flight medicine. Appropriately standing in front of the President John F. Kennedy exhibit at
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