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  • AFMC Connect August focus: Accountable

    Accountability in the workplace is critical to mission success and helps to perpetuate an environment of trust, which is crucial to high-performing teams.

  • Building healthy relationships

    Relationships impact all aspects of our lives, including home, work, and leisure activities. Developing and maintaining relationships takes time and effort, with long term positive impacts for all.

  • AFMC Connect November focus: Thoughtful

    The Air Force Materiel Command Connect focus for November is thoughtful. Team members who are thoughtful in their interactions with fellow Airmen add an essential ingredient to the health and overall success of the organization.

  • Resilience: Adapting to adversity

    When something goes wrong, are you able to push through or do you feel like you are frozen? Resilience is the ability to adapt well to adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats or even significant sources of stress.

  • 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.

  • AFIMSC chaplain team offers stress management strategies

    While stress is a natural part of life, being able to recognize and manage it – and knowing when and how to get help when it reaches an unhealthy level — is important for overall wellbeing. The AFIMSC Chaplain Corps is one resource available to help Airmen and families manage stress

  • 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