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  • Tinker Talks Podcast: Col. Kenneth Voigt, 552nd ACW Leadership

    Col. Kenneth Voigt, Commander of the 552nd Air Control Wing (ACW), joins us on the latest edition of the Tinker Talks Podcast. Voigt assumed command of the 552 ACW in June 2023 and is no stranger to the wing, as 23 years ago he came to the 552 ACW as a 2nd Lieutenant air weapons officer and more

  • E3 Sentry plays critical role in Red Flag, Bamboo Eagle exercises

    The 964th Airborne Air Control Squadron and approximately 30 units from across the U.S. Department of Defense, the Royal Air Force, and the Royal Australian Air Force gathered at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada for Red Flag 24-1 and the first iteration of Bamboo Eagle. Red Flag provides realistic

  • SCW-1 Holds Change of Command Ceremony

    (NNS) Capt. Britton D. Windeler relieved Capt. Robert “Skillz” Majoris as Commander, Strategic Communications Wing (SCW) One commodore, in a change of command ceremony at Tinker Air Force Base Feb. 2, 2024.

  • New Honorary Commanders Welcomed to Team Tinker for 2024

    Tinker Air Force Base is beginning the new year with a new group of Honorary Commanders. Twelve new members, ranging in backgrounds from entrepreneurs, politicians, and educators, joined the Honorary Commander Program during a ceremony held at the Tinker Event Center January 18, 2024.

  • Retired B-1B arrives in Wichita to create a digital twin

    A B-1B Lancer set a new record for under-the-radar approaches, by taking to the highway to travel from Texas to Wichita Jan. 25-28. The B-1 was transported from Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, on an 18-wheeler to Wichita State University’s (WSU) National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) as part

  • Unity March Ceremony held to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

    Dozens of people gathered outside the Wright Flyer Monument at Tinker Air Force Base for a Martin Luther King Jr. Unity March Ceremony. Attendees, including 72nd Air Base Wing leadership, began the march near the intersection of Arnold St. and Air Depot Blvd. The group then walked down Arnold Street