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  • AFMC announces MAJCOM Spark Tank semifinalists

    The Air Force Materiel Command has selected five semifinalists from more than 100 submissions to the command-wide 2022 Spark Tank competition.
  • AFMC Connect September focus: Resilience

    Resilience is the AFMC Connect focus for September. Resilience is the strength to find positive solutions, or a ‘better way’ during times of distress.
  • Immunization entwined in Armed Forces history

    National Immunization Awareness Month is an annual observance held in August to emphasize the importance of vaccination to protect the health of people of all ages. The term immunization is used interchangeably with vaccination, although they are not one in the same.
  • Revised AFMC Energy Assurance Campaign Plan focuses on future

    The revised 2021 Installation Energy Assurance Campaign Plan provides the way ahead for the Air Force Materiel Command energy assurance posture into the next decade. The AFMC mission consumes vast amounts of energy, and a prolonged disruption in supply can lead to millions of dollars in lost productivity.
  • AFMC funds $5 million in additional AFMC We Need efforts

    The Air Force Materiel Command has released an additional $5 million for projects across the enterprise, continuing the drive toward the goals of the AFMC We Need initiative launched in 2019.
  • Summer Health Hazards

    Summer’s here, and with it comes backyard barbecues, days at the beach, and time spent outdoors. Some of the things that make summer so much fun – swimming, hiking, and longer days, also present plenty of health risks.
  • AFMC designates $5 million for AFMC We Need efforts

    The Air Force Materiel Command released $5 million in funding for projects across the mission as it continues to drive toward the goals of the AFMC We Need.
  • AFMC Connect June focus: Connected

    The primary components of a successful, productive and healthful workplace is within the grasp of every supervisor. That trusted environment where participants are committed to respectful collaboration toward mission success is exemplified by members who are connected.
  • Community Action Team champions AFMC Airmen needs

    The job of identifying, assessing and advocating for the needs of the big ‘A’ Airmen of the Air Force Materiel Command primarily falls to one group, the Community Action Team, or CAT. The CAT is a senior-leader-driven working group designed to prioritize community issues involving resilience and generate plans to address the needs.
  • Acculturation initiative drives better talent management

    For the Air Force Materiel Command, making sure new employees receive a great first impression is key to talent management and the driving force behind the continued success of the enterprise acculturation initiative.
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