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  • Emergency paid leave funds still available to civilian employees

    Federal employees may be eligible to receive up to 600 hours, or 15 weeks of emergency paid leave for reasons relating to the COVID-19 pandemic. The qualifying period runs now through Sept. 30, 2021. Paid leave is made available through the American Rescue Plan, which Congress passed into law in March, creating a $570 million emergency paid leave fund.
  • Agile Thunder exercised across the miles

    Exercise Agile Thunder 21-02, a tri-wing exercise, concluded March 13 after multiple active duty Airmen successfully completed their training to rapidly deploy, fight and win.The 552nd Air Control Wing and 72nd Air Base Wing at Tinker Air Force Base, the 75th ABW and 729th Air Control Squadron at Hill AFB, Utah, and the 726th ACS at Mountain Home
  • 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group returns final T-1A to training operations

    A fleet of hail-damaged T-1A “Jayhawk” trainers are now back in the air thanks to a unique repair and maintenance mission performed by the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz.
  • Veterans Day message from the commander

    Veterans Day is a time to honor American veterans of all wars. Originally known as Armistice Day to commemorate the signing of the armistice that ended World War I, it wasn’t until 1954 that the holiday became Veterans Day.From those who made daily sacrifices to those who fought and died, the men and women of our Armed Forces deserve our respect
  • 729th Air Control Squadron Airmen return home from deployment

    Airmen assigned to the 729th Air Control Squadron were welcomed home by their unit and families Oct. 25 after nearly six months deployed to the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility. The squadron’s Airmen were dispersed to different locations in the AOR to provide 24/7 battle management and command and control of CENTCOM air space.
  • Patriot Day Message from the Commander

    Nineteen years ago, our nation and our way of life came under attack on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. Nearly 3,000 fellow Americans were lost that day. What the terrorists intended to divide us wound up bringing us closer together.This year, we find ourselves struggling with a variety of issues across our society. Relative to the events of 9/11,
  • Labor Day Message to the Workforce

    Monday, we will celebrate Labor Day, a day to recognize you—the Air Force Sustainment Center workforce and its faithful work throughout the year. 
  • Independence Day Message to the Workforce

    Teammates,Americans value, perhaps above all other privileges, our freedom. As the world has adjusted to significant change over the past few months, it has highlighted just how preciously we regard the freedom and independence with which we operate day-to-day.Paradoxically, our fellow citizens have voluntarily restricted personal activities at an
  • AFSC bids farewell to Kevin Stamey

    The top civilian in the Air Force Sustainment Center will soon leave his post for the nation’s capital.Kevin Stamey, who has served as the executive director of the Air Force Sustainment Center for three years, is leaving the AFSC July 6 to become director of the Information Dominance Directorate in Washington, D.C.“The opportunity to serve as the
  • AFSC Commander Message on “Diversity and Inclusion”

    AFSC Commander Message on “Diversity and Inclusion”Teammates,Recent events have stimulated a necessary and overdue conversation about “Diversity and Inclusion” throughout all sectors of society, including our AFSC workplace....Your voice is an important contribution to the healthy discourse that is happening across the nation today. Perhaps even
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