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  • Boy Scouts earn merit badge with help from AFTAC Airmen

    Boy Scouts from across Brevard County traveled here Oct. 22 to earn their Nuclear Science Merit Badge with the help of Airmen from the Air Force Technical Applications Center. Eleven troops, 52 young men and 21 scoutmasters and leaders came to Patrick AFB early Saturday morning for a full day of immersion into the field of nuclear science.
  • Despite storm threat, treaty monitoring mission continued, uninterrupted

    AFTAC, the Department of Defense’s sole organization dedicated to nuclear treaty monitoring and nuclear event detection, marshaled its contingency operations team Oct. 4 to deploy to its alternate operating facility in Texas. Our national decision makers rely on us and our ability to provide uninterrupted 24/7 access to potential nuclear events around the world, and we go to great lengths to ensure we provide and deliver those capabilities to our senior leaders.
  • AFTAC CGOC awards scholarship to local teen

    When she’s not executing her stickhandling skills on the lacrosse field, you might find Madison Zook helping grade school students improve their literacy, volunteering as a Relay for Life captain, or taking the stage with her fellow thespians at her high school.And if that’s not enough, you might also find her spending time at her church working on
  • AFTAC contractor recognized for 30+ years of service

    For more than three decades, Dr. Anne S. Henson has focused her attention on physics, geophysics and seismology, and that hard work paid off: her company recognized her with a token of appreciation for her continued dedication.
  • AFTAC personnel awarded Nuclear Deterrence Medal

    The Air Force Nuclear Enterprise Functional Authority has authorized personnel from the Air Force Technical Applications Center here the award of the Nuclear Deterrence Operations Service Medal effective April 13, 2016.