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  • AFMC Commander visits Tinker to get updates on key missions

    Gen. Duke Z. Richardson, commander of Air Force Materiel Command, visited Tinker Air Force Base, May 15, for an immersion tour of the Air Force Sustainment Center and to get updates on the base’s numerous strategic missions. Richardson and Chief Master Sgt. James "Bill" E. Fitch II, AFMC command

  • OKC Mayor and City Manager visit Tinker AFB

    Tinker Installation Commander, Col. Abby Ruscetta, hosted Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt and City Manager Craig Freeman, 5 March or Tuesday, for an update of critical Team Tinker missions as well as expansion projects.

  • 72nd ABW holds change of command ceremony

    The 72nd Air Base Wing held a change of command ceremony July 17, 2023. Col G. Hall Sebren, Jr. relinquished command to Col. Abigail L.W. Ruscetta in a ceremony presided by Lt. Gen. Stacey T. Hawkins, Air Force Sustainment Center commander. Ruscetta previously served as the vice commander of the

  • OC-ALC holds change of command ceremony

    The Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex held a change of command ceremony here June 27, 2023. Maj. Gen. Jeffrey R. King relinquished command to Col. Brian R. Moore in a ceremony presided by Lt. Gen. Stacey T. Hawkins, Air Force Sustainment Center commander.

  • OC-ALC donates advanced light microscope to OU under education agreement

    The Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex donated an advanced light microscope to the University of Oklahoma in a ceremony held here Jan. 25, 2023. Attended by OC-ALC and OU leadership, the microscope was officially signed over to the Samuel Roberts Noble Microscopy Laboratory. The microscope, a Zeiss

  • 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

  • OC-ALC Partnerships Foster Engineering Opportunities

    The Educational Partnership Agreement between Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex and Oklahoma Christian University creates many science, technology, engineering, and mathematics related opportunities for students and Airmen alike.