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Members of the 72nd Air Base Wing gathered at the Bldg. 460 flag pole June 28 for the final retreat at the historic building. The land that has housed the 72nd ABW headquarters since October 1994 will soon be the new home of a state-of-the art training center for the 552nd Air Control Wing. Final retreat
Members of the 72nd Air Base Wing gathered at the Bldg. 460 flag pole June 28 for the final retreat at the historic building. The land that has housed the 72nd ABW headquarters since October 1994 will soon be the new home of a state-of-the art training center for the 552nd Air Control Wing.
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The military derivative of the CFM56 engine is designated F108 and powers U.S. military aircraft such as the KC-135R Stratotanker, RC-135 family of reconnaissance aircraft and the Navy’s E-6B Mercury. (Photo courtesy of Tinker History Office) TINKER HISTORY: CFM International CFM56 (F108) engine
The CFM International CFM56 engine is a high-bypass, two-shaft turbofan produced by an international consortium made up of General Electric in the United States and Safran Aircraft Engines in France. The CFM56 is the world’s most widely used turbofan in commercial aviation. The CFM56 powers entire lines of commercial jets made by Airbus and Boeing
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Kristie Mabie, director of Child Development Center West, second from left, briefs 72nd Air Base Wing Command Chief Master Sgt. Melissa Erb, Lori Bell and 72nd Air Base Wing Commander Col. Kenyon Bell about the day-to-day operations of her facility. Colonel Bell, along with 72nd Mission Support Group leadership, toured 72nd Force Support Squadron facilities June 21 to gain a better understanding of the general operations, concerns and needs of several of their facilities, including the MPS, Honor Guard, TLF's, Airmen and Family Readiness Center, AAFES and Outdoor Rec. (Air Force photo by Kelly White) 72nd Air Base Wing commander tours Force Support Squadron
Kristie Mabie, director of Child Development Center West, second from left, briefs 72nd Air Base Wing Command Chief Master Sgt. Melissa Erb, Lori Bell and 72nd Air Base Wing Commander Col. Kenyon Bell about the day-to-day operations of her facility. Colonel Bell, along with 72nd Mission Support Group leadership, toured 72nd Force Support Squadron
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Aircrew reservists assigned to the 513th Air Control Group board an E-3 Sentry Airborne Warning and Control System aircraft June 12, 2017, at NATO Air Base Geilenkirchen, Germany, prior to a mission supporting the BALTOPS 2017 exercise. The E-3 Sentry and nearly 100 Reservists from the 513th are deployed in support of BALTOPS 2017, which is the first time a U.S. E-3 Sentry has supported a NATO exercise in 20 years. (U.S. Air Force photo/2nd Lt. Caleb Wanzer) NATO, U.S. work together in BALTOPS 2017
BALTOPS 2017 is the 45th edition of the annual multinational, maritime-heavy exercise offering high-end training. The exercise involves 6,000 military personnel, 50 ships and submarines from allies Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, the United Kingdom and the United States as well as NATO
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Col. Eric P. DeLange, 688th Cyberspace Wing commander, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, passes the unit guidon to Col. Todd S. Schug, as he assumes command of the 38th Cyber Engineering Installation Group, June 23, 2017, Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma. Schug replaces Col. Stan Diamanti who has been reassigned to Colorado. (U.S. Air Force photo/Greg L. Davis) 38th CEIG welcomes Schug as new commander
Col. Stan “Scott” Diamanti relinquished command of the 38th Cyberspace Engineering Installation Group June 23, as the group welcomed Col. Todd Schug to assume the duties.Previously serving as the chief of Global Operations and Plans Division at U.S. Cyber Command, Colonel Schug was responsible for developing and implementing operational level plans
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Lt. Col. James Malec, Jr. assumed command of Defense Logistics Agency Aviation at Oklahoma City from outgoing commander Col. Kenton Ruthardt during a change of command ceremony June 23. Col. Malec will serve as the DLA face to the customer for all DLA organizations at Tinker and will be responsible for the daily operations of all retail-level supply, storage and distribution support to the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex, which includes over 600,000 customer orders annually. Malec assumes command of DLA Aviation OKC
Lt. Col. James L. Malec Jr. assumed command of Defense Logistics Agency Aviation at Oklahoma City during a ceremony June 23 in Bldg. 9001.Big. Gen. Allan Day, DLA Aviation commander, praised retiring Commander Col. Kenton Ruthardt and the DLA Aviation Oklahoma City staff for major accomplishments during Ruthardt’s three years of leadership at
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72nd Air Base Wing Commander Col. Kenyon Bell gives remarks and thanks participants during Tinker's 75th Anniversary Golf Tournament June 23. Celebrating on the green
72nd Air Base Wing Commander Col. Kenyon Bell gives remarks and thanks participants during Tinker's 75th Anniversary Golf Tournament June 23.
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Default Air Force Logo 72nd MDG champions Alzheimer’s education
The 72nd Medical Group has recently extended its resources capabilities, now serving as a liaison to the Alzheimer’s Association. For the first time in its 37 years, the Alzheimer’s Association presented its programs and services to physicians and nurses during a 72nd Medical Group professional staff meeting May 11. All were given packets of
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Default Air Force Logo Fourth of July fire safety
In celebration of July 4th, 72nd Air Base Wing Fire and Emergency Services hopes you take the time to reflect on what it means to be an American and have a fire safe weekend. Historically, the Fourth of July is often associated with fireworks, barbecues and family get-togethers. But these activities often have devastating results. According to the
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Default Air Force Logo 72nd MDG introduces new Mental Health First Aid program
There is a new phenomenon growing in all parts of the country that has recently been adapted by our community, called Mental Health First Aid. Mental Health First Aid is a public education program that introduces participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental illnesses, builds understanding of their impact and overviews common supports.
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