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  • AFMC championing diversity, inclusion across the mission set

    As the Department of the Air Force conducts a service-wide review of diversity and inclusion, the Air Force Materiel Command is also taking a look at these issues across the command, with a focus on the overall work climate, barriers to opportunities and identifying areas requiring support and corrective action.
  • AFMC virtual town hall addresses COVID-19, diversity, command future

    Diversity and inclusion, the coronavirus pandemic and the strategic direction of the Air Force Materiel Command were among the many topics covered during a virtual town hall, July 29.Gen. Arnold W. Bunch, Jr., AFMC Commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Stanley C. Cadell, AFMC Command Chief, addressed questions in front of a live, virtual audience during
  • Virtual orientation prepares new leaders for success

    More than 50 first-time commanders and civilian materiel leaders were prepped for success during the first virtual Air Force Materiel Command Squadron Leader Orientation, July 7-17. The event, held for the first time ever in a completely online format, included briefings on AFMC and subordinate center missions, panel discussions, mentorship sessions and workshops on topics ranging from leadership expectations to information on legal, financial and support programs and resources, diversity and more.
  • Virtual orientation prepares new leaders for success

    More than 50 first-time commanders and civilian materiel leaders were prepped for success during the first virtual Air Force Materiel Command Squadron Leader Orientation, July 7-17. The event, held for the first time ever in a completely online format, included briefings on AFMC and subordinate center missions, panel discussions, mentorship sessions and workshops on topics ranging from leadership expectations to information on legal, financial and support programs and resources, diversity and more.
  • AFMC releases updated strategic plan

    The Air Force Materiel Command has released an updated strategic plan identifying four key focus areas as the organization continues to ensure the Air and Space Forces remain ready to fly, fight and win today and into the future.“AFMC built the most powerful Air Force in the world and our nation still depends on us to build and power the Air Force
  • AFMC command team to host virtual town hall

    Gen. Arnold W. Bunch, Jr., Commander, Air Force Materiel Command, and Chief Master Sgt. Stanley Cadell, AFMC Command Chief, will host a command-wide virtual town hall, July 29, 2020 at 2:30 p.m. ET.The town hall will stream live on the AFMC Facebook page with opportunities for participants to submit questions to leadership both prior to and during
  • AFMC to host Digital Campaign Virtual Industry Exchange Day

    The Air Force Materiel Command will host a Digital Campaign Virtual Industry Exchange Day, July 30, to gather input and feedback from academia and industry on the newly-launched priority effort.“We need to streamline the design, development, acquisition and testing to get technology to our warfighters faster. This is critical to our support of the
  • Bunch visits Tinker, prioritizes COVID operations, inclusion

    Gen. Arnold W. Bunch Jr., commander, Air Force Materiel Command, visited Tinker Air Force Base June 29-30 to witness the new operational environment and impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on mission activities.“I’m very proud of our warfighter’s innovative spirit in relation to COVID-19,” said Bunch. “From returning to full capacity, finding new
  • Bunch reflects on first year in command, outlines AFMC future

    During a year that has included an Air Force-wide focus on modernization, lethality and readiness through faster, more agile business processes, the ability of the Air Force Materiel Command to successfully meet the needs of the National Defense Strategy was a major focus of Gen. Arnold W. Bunch, Jr.’s first year as commander.
  • Air Force cancels 2020 Marathon, offers virtual option

    Numerous scenarios were explored to produce an event that was safe for all and met the high event standards. All scenarios led the marathon team to conclude the event would be unable to proceed in a manner that participants have come to expect.
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