Air Force Lab Takes Thorough Measures to Ensure Flight Safety

By Yolanda R. Arrington
DoD News, Defense Media Activity

There are a lot of labs at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, but only one approves all of the medical equipment that goes on Air Force aircraft.

The Aeromedical Testing Lab’s job is to ensure devices are safe to use before flights. Here’s how the airmen and civilian engineers do it.

Aeromedical Test Lab

In a small lab, hidden away on Wright-Patt is one of the most important shops in the Air Force. The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Aeromedical Testing Lab tests medical equipment before it's allowed to fly on Air Force Aircraft, making sure nothing will go wrong in-flight while keeping Airmen alive.

Posted by Wright-Patterson AFB on Wednesday, October 11, 2017

U.S. Air Force video by Staff Sgt. Ashley Clingerman

The Aeromedical Testing Lab makes sure airmen are kept safe in flight.

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