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Air Force Sustainment Center Executive Director Mr. Jeffrey Allen speaks to the 97 graduates of the Emerging Supervisor Development Program during the Sept. 9 graduation ceremony. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Members of the Tinker Honor Guard perform a flag-folding ceremony in front of members of Team Tinker at the Del City American Legion and VFW Post 9969 Sept. 16 as part of a POW/MIA Retreat ceremony. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Members of the Tinker Honor Guard perform the POW/MIA Ceremony during the Sept. 9 breakfast. The ceremony is steeped in significance, with every item from the table to the rose, being symbolic of the sacrifices of those who were captured or of those who never returned home.  (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Retired Col. Charles DeBellevue shakes hands with U.S. Army Private First Class Charles Selby, an ex-POW who was held in captivity for 998 days in North Korea. Colonel DeBellevue was the guest speaker at the POW/MIA Breakfast Sept. 16 at the Tinker Club. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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With Phase 1 of the construction on Air Depot from Reserve Road to Gott Gate ending, Phase 2 begins. In the second phase, Gott Gate will be closed from 6 a.m. Sept. 24 until 6 a.m. Oct. 23. Drivers should plan accordingly. The road closure is needed to allow the contractor to perform a full depth repair and replacement of the roadway. All trucks will continue to use the Truck Gate for entry during normal duty hours. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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America’s Wing Band, a band comprised of active duty officers from the 552nd Air Control Wing, entertained the crowd at the Tinker Club Sept. 15 to help celebrate the Air Force’s 69th birthday. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Chief Master Sgt. Roger Turnipseed, with the 552nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and also with the Tinker Chief’s Group, passes the POW/MIA flag to a member of the 72nd Force Support Squadron during the 24-hour Vigil Run as part of Tinker’s POW/MIA events. Members of Team Tinker took turns carrying the POW/MIA flag around the Tinker track from 7:30 a.m. Sept. 15 to 7:30 a.m. Sept. 16 when it was moved from the track to the POW/MIA Breakfast at the Tinker Club. The flag was then passed to the youngest Airman at the breakfast and posted at the front of the room during the ceremony. After the breakfast, the flag was handed off to participants of the POW/MIA Ruck March and carried for the entire 10K. Later that day, the flag was taken to the Del City American Legion and VFW Post 9969 for a POW/MIA Retreat Ceremony. At the retreat, it was announced that the flag had been moved by approximately 120 Airmen, civilians, contractors, and dependents for a total of 160.15 miles. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Members of the 72nd Security Forces Squadron, along with teams from the Midwest City SWAT, police and fire departments, prepare to enter a simulated active shooter scene during training. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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An Airman with the 72nd Security Forces Squadron surveys the scene before advancing during active shooter training. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Team Tinker members participated in a 5K/10K ruck march around the base in memory of Prisoners of War and those Missing In Action Sept. 16. Participants were asked to bring canned food items that were distributed at checkpoints along their route. As they marched on and hit the checkpoints, they filled their rucks with the canned items to symbolize the hardships that POWs and MIAs went through. The canned goods were later donated to the Airmen and Family Readiness Center’s Food Pantry. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Tracey Walker is the new coach for the varsity Tinker Hawks basketball team. Mr. Walker is also the director of the Gerrity Fitness and Sports Center. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Members of the 72nd Security Forces Squadron, along with teams from the Midwest City SWAT, police and fire departments, get last minute instructions before their first active shooter training scenario on Sept. 15. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Retired Col. Steven Lamb, former 72nd Medical Group, makes the first slice of the cake at the Sept. 15 ceremony commemorating the Air Force’s 69th birthday as the oldest active duty member. Airman Allison Lay, with the 552nd Maintenance Squadron, was the youngest attending member and made the second slice. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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With one threat identified, a Tinker Airman continues to sweep the area for more subjects during active shooter training. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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From left, Airman 1st Class Gilbert Devon, Airman 1st Class Toris Richardson, Airman 1st Class Maasry Ryan and Airman 1st Class David Sheppard, all with the 552nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, ran the 5K portion of the 2nd Annual Run to Remember 9-11 as a team. This year’s theme for 9-11 memorial events was “United, Remember, Defend”. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)
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Maj. Gen. Warren D. Berry, Air Force Materiel Command vice commander, is welcomed by Tinker Air Force Base senior leaders upon his arrival to Tinker Air Force Base Sept. 12. General Berry was making his first full immersion visit to Tinker. During his two-day trip, General Berry received a holistic immersion of the Air Force Sustainment Center, to include the 72nd Air Base Wing, the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex and Life Cycle Management Center offices currently housed in Bldg. 3001, headquarters to the AFSC and OC-ALC. Greeting General Berry are Brig. Gen. Tom Miller, AFSC vice commander, and Col. Stephanie Wilson, 72nd ABW commander. As vice commander of AFMC, which employs some 80,000 people and carries $60 billion of budget authority annually, General Berry oversees activities in six different centers responsible for installation and mission support, discovery and development, test and evaluation, life cycle management services and sustainment. (Air Force photo by Darren D. Heusel)
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