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  • OC-ALC receives initial feedback from LSET inspectors

    The initial out-brief findings proved satisfactory.    Following a two-week inspection, an Air Force Materiel Command Logistics Standardization and Evaluations Team out-briefed Maj. Gen. Loren Reno, Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center commander, Feb. 8 on their findings. The center and four wings - the 76th Maintenance Wing, 72nd Air Base Wing,
  • Privatized Housing lease signings by neighborhood

    Tinker's Housing Office and GMH Military Housing are working together to help military members residing on base to complete their Contact Information Release Form. This form gives GMH the opportunity to contact you regarding important information you and your family need to reside in GMH privatized housing. Forms are currently available at the
  • TAKE NOTE

    Chief's Recognition Ceremony    The Tinker Chief's Recognition Ceremony is set for Feb. 22 at the Tinker Club. Social hour starts at 6 p.m. and dinner follows at 7 p.m. The menu choices are sliced filet mignon or herb crusted salmon. Cost is $28 for members and $30 for nonmembers. Contact Chief Master Sgt. Clive Bond via e-mail at
  • Airmen graduate from leadership school

    Airman Leadership School 08-C class recently graduated. Those winning awards are:          John Levitow Award: Senior Airman Jonathan L. Sumerlin, 552nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron    Academic Award: Senior Airman Sarah K. Sundeen, 963rd Airborne Air Control Squadron   Leadership Award: Senior Airman Joshua A. Rognstad, 965th Airborne Air Control
  • Crime doesn't pay: Could this happen to you? It happened here at Tinker

    The following are actual accounts of crimes recently committed by members of Team Tinker. The Tinker Take Off will regularly publish "Crime Doesn't Pay" to inform readers of criminal acts to be alert for and to deter and prevent further criminal behavior from taking place on base.    Follow the rules!    An A1C was asked by his supervisor about the
  • CMSAF testifies on quality of life

    The chief master sergeant of the Air Force, along with the senior-ranking enlisted members from each branch of service, testified before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Military Construction and Veterans Affairs about quality of life issues in the Air Force Feb. 7 at the Capitol.    "Quality of life is key to success," Chief Master Sgt. of
  • Did you know?

    Dining out can drain a wallet by $10 to $80. Eat out two fewer times in a month and save at least $45.    Instead of heading to the bookstore, go to the library and borrow a book. Savings = $15.    Brown bag it - Pack your lunch. Think about it, ordering out for lunch every day ($6 per day x 5 days a week = $30 per week. $30 per week x 52 weeks =
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