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EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, California — Several school districts near Edwards Air Force Base are benefitting from computer donations courtesy of the Air Force Test Center and the 412th Test Wing.
Because of the nature of the work conducted at these locations, the 412th Test Wing is required to upgrade staff computers every 18-36 months, leaving a surplus of computers that still have plenty of service time left. Typically, the surplus computers were going to Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services to be sold for pennies on the dollar.
Doug Hoffelt, the AFTC technology transfer and research manager, saw an opportunity to use the surplus to make a difference with local schools.
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