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  • Air Force Sustainment Center Celebrates a Decade of Service

    The Air Force Sustainment Center was created in 2012 to streamline the sustainment needs for weapon systems from around the world, evaluating their status, stripping them down, repairing, re-assembling and painting them, and getting them back in the air as quickly as possible.

  • Air Force Sustainment Center Workforce Appreciation Message

    In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Air Force Sustainment Center in July 2022, Lt. Gen. Tom Miller, AFSC commander, recognizes the hard work of the 40,000+ personnel who provide sustainment and logistics readiness to deliver combat power to America.

  • Under Secretary of the Air Force visits Tinker AFB

    During the visit, Jones traveled to the Oklahoma City Air Logistic Complex, which is the largest maintenance depot within the Air Force Materiel Command and supports various aircraft and engine workloads.

  • AFSC Commander visits Tinker units

    Lt. Gen Tom Miller, Air Force Sustainment Center commander, visited 72nd Air Base Wing units May 26, 2022, for installation mission updates and to recognize the hard work being performed by Tinker Airmen.

  • Out of the shadows, an Airman’s empowering journey to new life

    Imagine feeling as though you’ve been portraying a fictional character your entire life. That is how Staff Sgt. Bryan Tisdale, the assistant noncommissioned officer in charge in the 72nd Logistics Readiness Squadron, and many other members of the transgender community, have felt.

  • AFSC’s Office of the Future Progress on Track

    In April, the team at AFSC Safety, led by Ryan Smith, became the first office to take advantage of the AFSC Office of the Future initiative by transitioning their team to 80 percent telework. They also successfully coordinated space-sharing with the 72nd Air Base Wing Safety Office, enabling them

  • Commanders use leadership model to frame summit discussions

    Operating through the lens of the Art of the Possible leadership model for guidance, commanders, directors and command chiefs from across the Air Force Sustainment Center enterprise gathered at the AFSC Commander’s Summit April 13-14 at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma.The annual summit offers an

  • Command Chief: “The work of the sustainment center is like oxygen”

    In his conversations with Airmen, Schultz makes it a point to address readiness, particularly regarding the pacing challenges the military is facing. He wants to ensure they understand the gravity of the situation and what it may mean in terms of actual conflict.“For years, we operated from a

  • AFSC Executive Director talks mentoring

    Mr. Dennis D'Angelo, AFSC executive director talks about his experience mentoring and gives his thoughts on the ways mentoring can be beneficial at all career levels.