AFSC Commanders Conference Aug. 2016

Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II, center, Air Force Sustainment Center commander, is surrounded by commanders and senior leaders from subordinate units brought together for a Commanders Conference Aug. 3-4 at Tinker. General Levy discussed and took inputs from the commanders on the AFSC Strategic Plan in a value-added environment where he said, “All the new commanders and leaders on the AFSC staff got to know each other and build a professional relationship that will pay dividends as they work together to support the Air Force mission and the Airmen of the AFSC.” Pictured are, front row from left, Col. David Sanford, commander, 635th Supply Chain Operations Wing, Scott AFB, Ill.; Jeff Allen, AFSC executive director; General Levy; Chief Master Sgt. Gary Sharp, AFSC command chief master sergeant; and Col. Stephanie Wilson, commander, 72nd Air Base Wing. Back row, from left, Col. Jennifer Hammerstedt, commander, 75th Air Base Wing, Hill AFB, Utah; Brig. Gen. Walter Lindsley, former commander, Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex; Frank Washburn, director, 448th Supply Chain Management Wing; Brig. Gen. Tom Miller, AFSC vice commander; Brig. Gen. Mark Johnson, commander, Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex; Col. John Kubinec, WR-ALC commander; Brig. Gen. Steve Bleymaier, commander, Ogden Air Logistics Complex; and Col. Jeffrey King, commander, 78th Air Base Wing, Robins AFB, Ga. (Air Force photo by Abraham Martinez)

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