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  • Idea earns sustainment center civilian a Spark Tank semi-finalist spot

    A simple idea to add a QR code to a Department of Defense form could bring major improvements in tracking aircraft parts and other ordered assets across the globe.
  • Air Force Sustainment Center changes command

    Having served previously as the deputy commander of the Ogden Air Logistics Complex, the vice commander of the center and the commander of the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex, Miller is experienced in sustainment center operations and the Art of the Possible methodology used within the center to create efficiencies and eliminate constraints.
  • Congressman Cole visits Tinker

    U.S. Rep. Tom Cole, Oklahoma District 4, visited Tinker Air Force Base Aug. 3, 2021. Cole visited to get mission updates from Tinker organizations including the Air Force Sustainment Center, Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex, 552nd Air Control Wing, 72nd ABW, 507th Air Refueling Wing and the U.S. Navy’s Strategic Communications Wing ONE.
  • New Federal Wage System Mentorship Program accepting applicants

    Applications are now being accepted for a new Air Force Sustainment Center mentorship program designed specifically for Federal Wage System employees to develop leadership skills, foster high levels of engagement and sharpen their career vision. Both potential mentors and mentees can apply.
  • Forum features Sustainment Center updates

    Attendees of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber Forum luncheon received updates on Air Force Sustainment Center mission sets and initiatives from AFSC Commander Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland July 21.
  • Wage Grade Career Path Resource Site Q and A

    Experts from Air Force Sustainment Center Civilian Personnel Office answer the discuss the common questions about the Wage Grade Career Path Resource Site
  • AFMC Command Chief visits Tinker

    Chief Master Sgt. Stan Cadell, command chief of Air Force Materiel Command, visited Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, June 7-10, 2021, to get an overall understanding of the 72nd Air Base Wing as well as the Air Force Sustainment Center mission as the supporting command for readiness in the Air Force.
  • Memorial Day message from the AFSC Commander

    This coming Monday at 3 p.m., our nation will observe a quiet moment of remembrance to pause and reflect on those who gave their lives to protect and defend the United States of America. It is one minute set aside each Memorial Day since 2000 to recalibrate our thoughts toward the warriors and their families who have suffered great sacrifice for all of us who enjoy the freedoms maintained through their actions. As we carry on the responsibility of safeguarding our nation, all Airmen – active-duty, reservists and civilians – have the opportunity to honor those who came before us.
  • Tinker to hold mass COVID vaccine clinic March 27

    The 72nd Medical Group has partnered with the Oklahoma County Public Health Department to do a mass COVID vaccination clinic on March 27 for FIRST DOSE of Moderna. The clinic will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Bldg. 1094 (the base medical treatment facility). Anyone 18 and older with base access is eligible to be vaccinated. Active duty military and dependents will have designated priority times. Due to the partnering with the local county, the DOD vaccination schema is not being followed. A valid base ID is required. The medical group wanted to stress there is a large volume of vaccines available to reach military, military dependents, civilians, contractors, retirees and anyone else with base access and ID.
  • Tinker organizations improve contractor safety by changing process

    Various units across Tinker Air Force Base are ensuring safety is a top priority for contractors, base employees and service members that work together on base. Implementing Art of the Possible combined with Continuous Process Improvement tools and techniques, members from the Air Force Sustainment Center, Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex and the 72nd Air Base Wing are making Tinker AFB a safer place to work by building clear expectations before contracts are signed, identifying gaps in safety plans and encouraging everyone in the workplace to speak out for safety. “There is unlimited potential when you involve all stakeholders in a process with a single focus on making an improvement,” said Connie Davis, OC-ALC strategic deputy director and AoP subject matter expert. “The resulting team is a powerful force for change and standardization.”
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