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Under the watchful eye of 72nd Security Forces Squadron personnel, FBI Special Agent Doug Frost takes aim at his target during the Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 114 pistol competition May 10. The FBI team took home top honors in the annual competition. (Air Force photos by Chad Jespersen) Tinker's AFOSI Det. 114 hosts 16th annual pistol competition
Armed with duty weapons and their eyes focused on the targets, roughly 70 shooters participated in the 16th annual Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 114 pistol competition. Though trophies and bragging rights were at stake May 10, several participants said they were more interested in the camaraderie. Held at the 72nd Security
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2013
Default Air Force Logo OC-ALC to undergo external audit
From May 28-31, the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex will receive a four-day external Aerospace Standard 9110 surveillance audit. Auditors from the Great Western Registrar will perform a Quality Management System inspection of the OC-ALC, excluding 76th Software Maintenance Group. A major difference for this audit is that the certification now
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2013
Default Air Force Logo Defense officials aim to reduce adverse effects of furloughs
Following Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's announcement May 14 that most Defense Department civilian employees will experience up to 11 furlough days from early July through September, senior defense officials emphasized their goal to reduce adverse effects on the workforce and the mission.Speaking to Pentagon reporters on background, two senior
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Default Air Force Logo Wolfenbarger: Sexual assault will not be tolerated
Team AFMC, Sexual assault is a crime that violates our Air Force core values and erodes both morale and unit effectiveness. We remain unequivocal in our commitmentto prevent incidents of sexual assault, provide victim care where assault has occurred, and hold those who commit such acts accountable. Sexual assault has no place in our Air Force. The
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Default Air Force Logo CC Message – Furlough Updates
I'm coming to you with news on furloughs - news that does not come lightly or without great personal impact to our workforce. The Department of Defense has announced that they will furlough most non-deployed civilians for up to 11 days. The furlough period is scheduled to begin July 8, with one furlough day per week for most personnel. These
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Default Air Force Logo Hagel Explains Furloughs in Message to Workforce
In a message to the Defense Department workforce, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel today explained why he "very reluctantly" decided that a historic budget shortfall necessitates up to 11 unpaid furlough days for most of the department's civilian employees between July 8 and the Sept. 30 end of the fiscal year.Here is the secretary's message:To all
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Default Air Force Logo Tinker civilian applies Green Belt principles to real-world projects
Toby Smith gets it and the proof is in his actions; just ask Brian deFonteny or Karl McCausey.In March, the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex tool program manager attended a five-day Green Belt class. When he returned to his work area, he put his lessons to use and is working on a value-added process improvement."We were really excited about
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2013
Default Air Force Logo Tinker AFLCMC units mark successes
Tinker personnel attached to the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center have achieved several significant successes in recent months, Lt. Gen. C.D. Moore II, the commander, highlighted recently.· B-1 personnel fielded two quick-reaction software changes that provided additional combat capability and addressed a safety risk.· The B-1 unit also
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Default Air Force Logo ‘State of AFLCMC’ Commander visits Tinker, speaks at annual Dining Out
The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center is "on the path" to becoming "an integrated team focused on acquisition and product support for the warfighter," the commander, Lt. Gen. C.D. Moore II, said recently. "We have made significant progress toward forging into one team delivering integrated, innovative, dominant air power capabilities on time
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Default Air Force Logo Robins Employment Office Closes
 The Robins Employment Office will close its doors for the final time May 17.The office has been located near the Museum of Aviation since 1989. The closure allows personnel officials to centralize staffing operations and improve employee efficiency. Personnel currently assigned to the office will be relocated to staffing offices on base."This is
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