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Col. Richard L. Land III, 552nd Operations Group commander, left, passes the unit guidon to Lt. Col. James Ord, the new 960th Airborne Air Control Squadron commander, June 28. Awaiting the guidon is Master Sgt. Tommy Stidham, 960th AACS first sergeant. (Air Force photo by Ron Mullan) 960th Airborne Air Control Squadron welcomes Lt. Col. James Ord
Col. Richard L. Land III, 552nd Operations Group commander, left, passes the unit guidon to Lt. Col. James Ord, the new 960th Airborne Air Control Squadron commander, June 28. Awaiting the guidon is Master Sgt. Tommy Stidham, 960th AACS first sergeant. (Air Force photo by Ron Mullan)
0 7/07
2017
Default Air Force Logo Two earn 72nd Air Base Wing Wildcatter awards
Two people were recently honored with Wildcatter awards from 72nd Air Base Wing Commander Col. Kenyon K. Bell.2nd Lt. Desiree Morgan, with the 72nd Comptroller Squadron, led our Airman and NCO’s working military pay and travel pay issues.as a financial services supervisor. She then moved on to be our quality assurance manager. She recently joined
0 7/07
2017
Linda McLarty has served as the Fam Camp host for six years. She takes care of all the duties of the RV and tent camping site, from administrative tasks, like checking guests in and out, to handling maintenance issues as well as keeping the campground clean and welcoming to visitors. (Air Force photo by Kelly White) Linda McLarty: A fab job at FAM Camp
Luxury motor coaches and humble camping trailers come and go year-round through Tinker Air Force Base’s FAM Camp - except for the 36-foot Carriage Cameo owned by Linda and Mike McLarty.The 36-footer parked next to potted flowers, a green outdoor table and a small red grill has been a fixture there for six and a half years. That’s how long Linda
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Practice safe grilling
A fire in the grill cooking hot dogs and burgers is a welcome sight at the family cookout. But fire anywhere else can make your summer cookout memorable for all the wrong reasons. The Tinker Fire and Emergency Services Fire Prevention office would like to keep you and your family safe while enjoying summertime activities.  The National Fire
0 7/07
2017
Default Air Force Logo F5 takes Tinker to the softball field
The Tinker Hawks varsity basketball team has a long history of representing the base against other military teams.Now the base has a new face in another sport: softball.The Tinker F5 team has been representing the base in adult leagues and military games since last fall.Staff Sgt. and coach Emilio Garza IV said the idea came about as a way to make
0 7/07
2017
Default Air Force Logo Challenge yourself this summer, be tobacco free
What are you waiting for? It’s Summer 2017! It’s time to get mentally, financially, and physically fit by dropping the dip and trashing the cigarettes.Are you working on your “summer body?” Tobacco use can cause poor blood circulation, fatigue, muscle weakness, decreased readiness, and poor physical performance. Challenge yourself to become a
0 7/07
2017
Default Air Force Logo Community Summer Bash blasts off Saturday
Free hot dogs, hamburgers, potluck food, games, prizes and more will be on tap tomorrow when Airmen and Sailors living in the dorms get together with families who share Tinker Air Force Base as their home.The Junior Enlisted Council and the base Housing Office are hosting the Community Summer Bash from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. inside and outside of the
0 7/07
2017
The Air Force Medical Service is launching a mobile app that will let users access the news and information available on the AFMS website right from their smartphones. New Air Force health mobile app available for patients
The Air Force Medical Service has launched a new mobile app to connect Airmen and patients to news and information about the AFMS. The new app is a mobile version of the AFMS website, and lets users customize their experience based on the Air Force military treatment facility (MTF) they use. This way, patients can get information about clinic
0 7/06
2017
72nd Air Base Wing Commander Col. Kenyon Bell presided over the 72nd Mission Support Group Change of Command Ceremony June 14, in which Col. Mark Vitantonio assumed command from outgoing commander Col. Michael Green. Col. Vitantonio will lead nearly 1,500 military, civilian and contract personnel who provide customer service and support, including base security and law enforcement, logistics, supply, transportation, readiness planning, military personnel, education and training, family support and professional military education for 82, 500 employees, family members and retirees. 72nd Mission Support Group welcomes new commander
Col. Mark Vitantonio took the helm of the 72nd Mission Support Group, as outgoing commander Col. Michael Green relinquished duties in a formal ceremony at the Tinker Club June 14.Presiding over the ceremony was 72nd Air Base Wing commander Col. Kenyon Bell.  Green, with a strong security forces background, demonstrated multifaceted abilities that
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2017
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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