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April 14, 1981 — The first test flight of America’s first operational space shuttle, the Columbia 1, ended successfully with a landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California.

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Now We Know Where the B-21 Secret Stealth Bomber Will Be Tested

Edwards Air Force Base in California will be the home for testing the B-21 Raider stealth bomber program. Brigadier General Carl Schaefer of 412th Test Wing at Edwards quietly… 44 more words

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Colorado-Built Dream Chaser Hits Important Milestone

DENVER (CBS4) – The state-of-the-art Dream Chaser spacecraft has reached another important milestone.

The spacecraft was built by Sierra Nevada Corporation in Colorado. It successfully passed a test flight to space… 67 more words

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Portrait of Tyler

Tyler was a member of the Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) team at Desert High School on Edwards Air Force Base. She had been involved in this program for two years and was a staff sergeant. 51 more words

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Portrait of Amanda-2

Amanda was originally from Summerville South Carolina, USA. Her husband was stationed at Edwards Air Force Base and she had moved to Antelope Valley straight out of high school. 171 more words

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Portrait of Todd

I heard Todd and his band play at the 4th of July event at Edwards Air Force Base. I didn’t know who they were, but thought to myself that they really played some good Beatles. 278 more words

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Portrait of Col Clarke

In this portrait, Col. Anne L. Clark, PhD Electrical and Computer Engineering, stood before a mock-up of a current U.S. rocket engine, on display at the… 150 more words

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