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  • New air traffic control tower closer to completion

    Construction on the new Tinker Air Force Base air traffic control tower is closer to completion after the cab was attached to the steel-base structure, bringing the structure to its final height of 125 feet.A team effort between Tinker AFB employees and contractors, the acquisition of the new tower

  • Nominations sought for OC-ALC’s free training program

     Nominations for the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex’s Production and Operations Management training program will be accepted August 6-17. The POM program training will begin in January 2019. The OC-ALC pays 100 percent of attendees’ tuition and books and the program is administered by the

  • Forty-seven graduate from Tinker Airman Leadership School

    Airman Leadership SchoolForty-four Airmen, two Sailors and Tinker’s first civilian graduated from Tinker’s Airman Leadership School recently.Class 18-E graduates are: 137th Special Operations Mission Support Group      Senior Airman Jacquilynn Krois        507th Medical Squadron         Senior

  • Quality Verification Center Lab getting new space

    The Quality Verification Center, in the Physical Sciences Flight within the 76th Maintenance Support Group, is getting two new labs, allowing them to expand operations. The QVC is an important part of the process of ensuring the quality of aircraft and engine parts.The main lab, in Bldg. 3001, post

  • Existing Huey bases will receive replacement aircraft

    WASHINGTON — The Air Force announced today that each UH-1N Huey location will receive replacement aircraft.The Air Force is replacing the UH-1N Huey 46-year-old fleet by procuring new replacement aircraft to support four missions - Nuclear Deterrence Operations, Continuation of Government