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  • Photo: Innovators present cash-saving ideas

    Brandon Columbus and Jesus Corona, 76th Maintenance Support Group, brief the business impact of a water jet stripper during a cost effective readiness meeting Oct. 23. Several innovations were presented from each group within the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex, with briefers highlighting the monetary savings of their projects. (U.S. Air Force
  • Tricare Open Season continues through Dec. 9

    Tricare Open Season begins on Nov. 11 and a town hall was held in the Tinker Event Center on Nov. 5 to answer questions about enrolling, as well as recent changes being made to the Air Force medical system.  Open Season is a time for all eligible non-active duty service members to enroll in or change their Tricare Prime or Tricare Select health
  • AFMC civilian Airmen excel in CDE Academic Year 2020 application cycle

    More than 735 Air Force Materiel Command Civilian Airmen were selected for Academic Year 2020 Civilian Developmental Education opportunities, filling nearly 49% of the Air Force program allocations for the academic year.
  • Tinker’s disaster preparedness tested during Terrorist Week

    Tinker Air Force Base’s first responders and community partners had the opportunity to demonstrate their skills during three drills hosted by the Inspector General’s Office earlier this month as part of the office’s Terrorist Week exercises. Overseen and organized by Tinker’s IG Office, each exercise is designed to be treated like a legitimate
  • Halloween Safety tips to maximize trick-or-treating fun

    While Halloween is an enjoyable family tradition for many Tinkerites, safety is an important element to consider for all on Tinker Air Force Base as children are out seeking treats during the designated 5-7 p.m. trick-or-treating time.Children may be on the lookout for ghosts, ghouls and goblins, but the National Safety Council cautions that the
  • WG employees invited to participate in force development survey

    Air Force Materiel Command employees in the Federal Wage Grade System are invited to participate in a survey to assess developmental needs and opportunities across the cohort.
  • Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT.

    In continuing with the message of “Own IT.  Secure IT.  Protect IT.” for National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, this article will address reducing mission cyber risks by protecting information. “Airmen are constant targets for cybersecurity attacks by criminal actors and adversaries at home and at work,” said William Marion, the Air Force deputy
  • Airmen to graduate Nov. 7 from Community College of the Air Force

    The United States Air Force has always recognized the positive effects of education on Air Force personnel and continually establishes various programs to meet the needs of the Air Force, its personnel and society as a whole.One of the most notable programs is the Community College of the Air Force. The college is the only federally chartered
  • Airmen and Sailors graduate from Tinker Airman Leadership School

    Thirty-five Airmen and two Sailors recently graduated from Tinker’s Airman Leadership School. Graduates are: 138th Logistics Readiness Squadron - Air National GuardSenior Airman Katelyn Carlisle 552nd Air Control Networks SquadronSenior Airman Lawrence Corson        Senior Airman Sean Armstrong 552nd Aircraft Maintenance SquadronSenior Airman Noah
  • Tinker’s disaster preparedness tested during Terrorist Week

    Tinker Air Force Base’s first responders and community partners had the opportunity to demonstrate their skills during three drills hosted by the Inspector General’s Office earlier this month as part of the office’s Terrorist Week exercises.Overseen and organized by the 72nd Air Base Wing IG Office, each exercise is designed to be treated like a
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