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  • Command Chief: “The work of the sustainment center is like oxygen”

    In his conversations with Airmen, Schultz makes it a point to address readiness, particularly regarding the pacing challenges the military is facing. He wants to ensure they understand the gravity of the situation and what it may mean in terms of actual conflict.“For years, we operated from a

  • AFSC Executive Director talks mentoring

    Mr. Dennis D'Angelo, AFSC executive director talks about his experience mentoring and gives his thoughts on the ways mentoring can be beneficial at all career levels.

  • General reflects on first six months commanding sustainment center

    The focus on readiness is steeped from real-world, high-level priorities. “When the SECAF opens his speech at [the Air Force Association] with ‘I have three priorities – China, China, and China’ – that’s not a subtle message,” Miller said. “I think we get into a false sense of security that we might

  • Safe runways focus of BASH team

    The Bird Air Strike Hazard team at Tinker Air Force Base has been keeping the runways safe for pilots during the heaviest times for migratory birds to travel.The need for BASH teams came about following the E-3 crash of Yukla-27 at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska on Sept. 22, 1995. The aircraft hit a flock of

  • EDDGE team supports digital innovation demos at AFA Conference

    The 76th Software Engineering Group’s Extreme Digital Development Group Enterprise-OKC was invited by the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Armament Directorate to help support Digital Innovation demonstrations and vision during the 2021 Air Force Association Conference National Air, Space &

  • AFSC Manpower and Personnel CSFO Mentor and Job Shadow Programs

    The AFSC Manpower and Personnel Center Senior Functional Office is launching the second year of Mentoring and Job Shadow programs. The data call opens up Feb. 15-28, with a April 1 start date. The primary purpose of these two programs are to provide experiential learning, professional advice,

  • Refurbished Tinker Gate brings improved safety, security

    After 11 months of upgrades, Tinker Air Force Base’s main gate has reopened to traffic, boasting a number of safety and security improvements. The $3.4 million project was completed early, easing access for the thousands of vehicles that transit the gate every week, part of a process to bring