During the past decade, the water quality monitoring method was developed and tested during about two dozen low-gravity flights on NASA's "vomit comet" research aircraft such as the KC-135 and C-9, which took off from Ellington Air Force Base in Texas.
What does EAFB stand for?
EAFB stands for Ellington Air Force Base (Texas)
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Sergeant McCormack was a line chief in the 705th Troop Carrier Squadron at Ellington Air Force Base, Texas, while Sergeant Clark served as an aircraft maintenance technician in the 65th Troop Carrier Squadron at Davis Field, Okla.
Rodriguez was at Ellington Air Force Base during the period that Colonel Killian was stationed there.
Her first assignment was with the 705th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Ellington Air Force Base, Texas.