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Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex

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The Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex, Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, is one of the largest units in the Air Force Materiel Command, with a team of over 9,800 military and civilian professionals delivering combat power for America. The complex performs programmed depot maintenance and modifications on KC-135, B-1B, B-52, E-3 and Navy E-6 aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul for F100, F101, F108, F110, F117, F118, F119, F135, TF33 engines, and a wide variety of commodities for the Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, and foreign military sales. The complex is responsible for the development and sustainment of a diverse portfolio of mission-critical software for the Air Force and diverse other customers, as well as world-wide aircraft battle damage repair capability for multiple weapon systems.

Mission
Produce Combat-Ready Airpower

Vision
An innovative team of maintenance professionals, safely producing high quality, cost effective, and timely combat-ready airpower to win America’s wars, now and in the future.

Priorities

  1. Meet and Exceed Mission Requirements
  2. Develop a High Performing Team
  3. Provide Cost Effective Readiness
  4. Prepare for the Future

Personnel and Resources
The Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex employs over 9,800 military and civilian personnel with 98 different job skills. The complex utilizes 63 buildings and 8.2 million square feet of industrial floor space in support of its mission. 

Organization
The Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex is comprised of five groups that team together to provide world-class maintenance, repair and overhaul support to the warfighter.

The 76TH AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE GROUP is the Air Force’s premier unit for programmed depot maintenance on B-1 Lancer, B-52 Stratofortress, KC-135 Stratotanker, E-3 Sentry (AWACS), E-6 Mercury (Navy), and special mission fleets. The 76th AMXG performs all facets of depot maintenance, including Full Overhaul Maintenance, FAA Certified Aircraft Repairs, Engineering Services, Aircraft Modifications, Depaint and Paint Services, Flight Testing and Expeditionary Depot Repair Teams. The group is currently preparing for the Air Force’s next generation tanker, the KC-46 Pegasus.

The 76TH COMMODITIES MAINTENANCE GROUP directs, manages, and operates organic depot level maintenance facilities in the repair and overhaul of Air Force, Navy, and FMS aircraft and engine parts to serviceable condition.  The group's portfolio includes the A-10, B-1, B-2, B-52, C-5, C-17, C-130, C-135, C-141, E-3, F-4, F-5, F-15, F-16, F-22, MQ-1, MQ-9, and T-38 weapons systems.  The 76th CMXG also serves as the Air Force Technology Repair Center for air and fuel accessories, constant speed drives, and oxygen related components.

The 76TH MAINTENANCE SUPPORT GROUP is responsible for maintaining one of DoD's largest industrial complexes on a 24/7 basis. It keeps the buildings, hangars, machines and equipment running so the depot can meet the warfighters' requirements. Structures range from World War II era buildings and hangars to state-of-the-art software and engine maintenance facilities and equipment. The group services include Physical Plant Management, Metrology, Physical Science Laboratories, Tools Management, Environmental Oversight, and Long-Range Facility Planning.

The 76TH PROPULSION MAINTENANCE GROUP is DoD’s foremost engine repair and overhaul center.  It sustains most of the bomber, tanker, fighter, and special mission aircraft engines in the Air Force, as well as some Navy and Foreign Military Sales engines. The group performs repairs on engines and major engine assemblies for the F100, F101, F107, F108, F110, F117, F118, F119, F137, and TF33.

 

The 76TH SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE GROUP delivers a wide spectrum of software and systems engineering solutions in a dynamic cyber environment. As part of the Air Force Sustainment Center Software Enterprise, the group provides the DoD with capabilities in operational flight programs, mission planning systems, space systems, ground-based radar, weapons support, mission support, jet engine test, training and simulation systems, and diagnostics and repair.

History
Redesignated as the 76th Maintenance Wing on 31 January 2005 at Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center, Tinker AFB, and activated on 18 February 2005.  Inactivated as the 76th Maintenance Wing on 10 July 2012.  On that day, the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center was redesignated as the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex and leadership of the complex was transferred from the former 76th Maintenance Wing.  The complex is one of the three complexes under the Air Force Sustainment Center located at Tinker AFB.

(Current as of October 2017)