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  • KC-135s evacuate to Tinker ahead of hurricane

    KC-135s assigned to the 6th Air Refueling Wing at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, land at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, November 11, 2022 ahead of Hurricane Nicole making landfall. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mary Begy)

  • F-15s stop by Tinker

    F-15E Strike Eagles from the 366th Fighter Wing from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho and F-15C models from the Air National Guard Air Force Reserve Command Test Center in Tucson Air National Guard Base gave Tinker a rare sight Oct. 27, 2022. They stopped in for some gas on their way to Tyndall

  • Super Guppy lands at Tinker

    The Super Guppy made a very rare stop at Tinker Air Force Base today for some gas on its way to Florida. The NASA aircraft was delivering an Orion Heatshield for a mission expected a few years from now. The transportation of oversized cargo has always been a tremendous problem for logistics

  • Casting new methods of production saves Air Force time, money

    The 448th Supply Chain Management Wing, part of the Air Force Sustainment Center, has a new additive manufacturing approach to solve an old problem, sourcing hard to acquire parts for legacy aircraft. By digitally recreating the mold used to create cast parts, instead of building the part from

  • Commentary: Looking back at ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’

    There is still work to be done regarding the discrimination of our LGBTQ+ service members, but as a result of the hard work of advocates and allies for the LGBTQ+ community and our legislators, the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” allows our service members to serve their country without fear of

  • OC-ALC Unveils DOD-first in Additive Manufacturing

    The Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex and Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Propulsion Directorate, along with industry partner General Electric, recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Complex’s second Reverse Engineering and Critical Tooling lab which hosts 3D metal printers