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AFSC Spotlight: Meet Danny Bumb

AFSC Spotlight: Meet Danny Bumb

Danny Bumb is currently serving as the 72nd Air Base Wing Plans and Programs Office’s Crisis Action Team manager during the COVID-19 crisis. Currently, the office is working on Tinker’s 30/60/90-day window and figuring out how to get the installation back on track when the curve is flattened. Bumb says the best part about his job “was apparent when COVID-19 hit and seeing that Team Tinker and the 72nd Air Base Wing can function at a level that is fluid. The 72nd Air Base Wing is a well-oiled machine and as soon as it hit, we went to work, working at a high-level during this crisis.” He’s originally from the Oklahoma City area, was active duty Air Force for 20 years and has been a civilian employee for four years.

AFSC Spotlight: Meet Danny Bumb

Danny Bumb is currently serving as the 72nd Air Base Wing Plans and Programs Office’s Crisis Action Team manager during the COVID-19 crisis. Currently, the office is working on Tinker’s 30/60/90-day window and figuring out how to get the installation back on track when the curve is flattened. Bumb says the best part about his job “was apparent when COVID-19 hit and seeing that Team Tinker and the 72nd Air Base Wing can function at a level that is fluid. The 72nd Air Base Wing is a well-oiled machine and as soon as it hit, we went to work, working at a high-level during this crisis.” He’s originally from the Oklahoma City area, was active duty Air Force for 20 years and has been a civilian employee for four years.

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AFSC Spotlight: Meet Danny Bumb

Danny Bumb is currently serving as the 72nd Air Base Wing Plans and Programs Office’s Crisis Action Team manager during the COVID-19 crisis. Currently, the office is working on Tinker’s 30/60/90-day window and figuring out how to get the installation back on track when the curve is flattened. Bumb says the best part about his job “was apparent when COVID-19 hit and seeing that Team Tinker and the 72nd Air Base Wing can function at a level that is fluid. The 72nd Air Base Wing is a well-oiled machine and as soon as it hit, we went to work, working at a high-level during this crisis.” He’s originally from the Oklahoma City area, was active duty Air Force for 20 years and has been a civilian employee for four years.