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Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II Commander's Message - A Place for Dignity and Respect
Fellow Airmen,All Airmen, both military and civilian, have a special trust and confidence placed in them to defend our nation.  That trust allows our fellow countrymen and women to rest peacefully in the knowledge that a select group of their fellow citizens have stepped forward to provide for the common defense -- that select group is
0 7/06
2015
Default Air Force Logo AFSC signs Enterprise Partnership Agreement with SwRI
The Air Force Sustainment Center recently entered into an Enterprise Partnership Agreement with Southwestern Research Institute that will improve efficiency and provide readiness to support operations, by reducing time and costs associated with negotiations for work at all three air logistics complexes at Hill, Tinker and Robins Air Force Bases.The
0 7/02
2015
Theresa Farris, director of the 564th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, briefs The Honorable Lisa Disbrow, the Acting Under Secretary of the Air Force and the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Financial Management and Comptroller, (center), and The Honorable William LaPlante, the assistant secretary of the Air Force (Acquisition) (far right), about Tinker's KC-135 programmed depot maintenance program and how utilizing the AFSC Way enables the squadron to deliver combat power to warfighter faster, with higher quality and at less cost than ever before.   Pictured, from left are, Air Force Sustainment Center Commander, Lt. Gen. Lee Levy II; Jerold Smith, Legacy Tanker Chief Engineer; Janis Wood, 76th Aircraft Maintenance Group deputy director; Kevin O'Connor, Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex vice director; Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex Commander, Brig. Gen. Mark Johnson; Col. William Liquori, Senior Military Assistant to the Under Secretary of the Air Force; and Lt. Col. Aaron Weiner, Military assistant to the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Acquisition). U.S. Air Force photo by Kelly White AF leader cites high value of AFSC
The Air Force leader responsible for efficient and effective management of Air Force resources cited the high value of the Air Force Sustainment Center during a visit here Monday.The Honorable Lisa Disbrow, Acting Under Secretary of the Air Force and the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Financial Management and Comptroller, praised the work
0 6/30
2015
During a traditional change of command ceremony June 15, Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex Commander Brig. Gen. Mark Johnson passes leadership of the 76th Propulsion Maintenance Group to Michael Barrett. Master Sgt. Lisa Quinonez, first sergeant for the OC-ALC, was the guidon bearer for the ceremony. The 76th PMXG has a workforce of approximately 1,900 employees and an annual operations budget of over $645 million which supports engine repairs and assemblies for both Air Force and Navy workloads. (Air Force photo by Kelly White/Released) Mr. Barrett takes leadership of 76th PMXG
Leadership of the 76th Propulsion Maintenance Group changed hands Monday and the group is now led by a civilian.Michael W. Barrett, who was previously the group's deputy director, took over from Col. Stephen Petters during a change of command ceremony at Hollywood and Vine in Bldg. 3001. Brig. Gen. Mark Johnson, commander Oklahoma City Air
0 6/19
2015
First ever take off of an USMC F-35B STOVL Joint Strike Fighter aircraft following modifications at the Ogden Air Logistics Complex, Hill AFB, Utah June 18.  The aircraft was undergoing a functional check flight. (Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd/Release) Commander's Message - YOU made Air Force history!
Airmen of the Air Force Sustainment Center,Yesterday, while visiting Hill AFB and the Ogden Air Logistics Complex, I was able to witness the first-ever take-off of a USMC F-35B STOVL (i.e. Short Take-Off, Vertical Landing) after undergoing depot-level modifications at an Air Force depot.  The jet was taking off for a functional check flight.This
0 6/19
2015
Gen. Janet Wolfenbarger, Air Force Materiel Command commander, passes the guidon to Lt. Gen. Lee Levy II during the Air Force Sustainment Center change of command ceremony Friday at Tinker Air Force Base. Chief Master Sgt.  Jason France, AFSC command chief, stands ready to receive the ceremonial guidon from the new commander.  Lt. Gen. Levy succeeds Lt. Gen. Bruce Litchfield, who will retire after 34 years of military service. As the AFSC commander, Lt. Gen. Levy is responsible for operations which span three air logistics complexes, three air base wings, two supply chain management wings, and multiple remote operating locations, incorporating more than 35,000 military and civilian personnel. In addition, he oversees installation support to more than 75,000 personnel working in 140 associate units at the three AFSC bases.
General Levy takes command of the AFSC
Lt. Gen Lee K. Levy II took command of the Air Force Sustainment Center at a change of command ceremony last Friday at Tinker Air Force Base.Then-AFMC Commander General Janet Wolfenbarger, who retired this week, said the AFSC will be in "very capable hands" under General Levy."Lieutenant General Levy's past experience, education and training make
0 6/12
2015
Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II Commander’s Message: Transition of command, not a change in direction
To the amazing Airmen of the Air Force Sustainment Center,First, let me begin by congratulating Lt. Gen. Bruce and Linda Litchfield on their retirement after 34 years of phenomenal service to our nation.  They left an indelible mark on our Air Force, and I join with the men and women of AFSC in wishing them the very best as they embark on the next
0 6/10
2015
Default Air Force Logo Common ALCs Program provides AFSC leadership ‘Walk the Wall’
The Common Air Logistics Complexes Program System Program Office oversees the Logistics Requirements Determination Process and fiscal year funding execution for items not associated with an individual weapon system.  Prior to the advent of the 5-center construct, the Common ALC program was managed at each of the then air logistics centers at Hill,
0 6/06
2015
Gen. Janet Wolfenbarger, Air Force Materiel Command commander, passes the guidon to Lt. Gen. Lee Levy II during the Air Force Sustainment Center change of command ceremony Friday at Tinker Air Force Base. Chief Master Sgt.  Jason France, AFSC command chief, stands ready to receive the ceremonial guidon from the new commander.  Lt. Gen. Levy succeeds Lt. Gen. Bruce Litchfield, who will retire after 34 years of military service. As the AFSC commander, Lt. Gen. Levy is responsible for operations which span three air logistics complexes, three air base wings, two supply chain management wings, and multiple remote operating locations, incorporating more than 35,000 military and civilian personnel. In addition, he oversees installation support to more than 75,000 personnel working in 140 associate units at the three AFSC bases.
General Levy succeeds General Litchfield as AFSC commander
Lieutenant Gen. Lee Levy II succeeded Lt. Gen. Bruce Litchfield as commander of the Air Force Sustainment Center during a change of command ceremony today at Tinker AFB.Gen. Janet Wolfenbarger, commander of Air Force Materiel Command, presided over the change of command and General Litchfield's formal retirement ceremony. General Levy previously
0 6/04
2015
Default Air Force Logo Commentary: A legacy of leadership
"How do you know you've had a good day?"At some point, when working for Lt. Gen. Bruce Litchfield, the commander of the Air Force Sustainment Center, everyone is asked that exact question.He would pose this question and expect nothing but honesty. He didn't want to hear what you "thought he wanted to hear." He wanted to know if you had the
0 6/01
2015
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