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With careful precision, an F119 engine is secured on a flatbed trailer Dec. 7 outside the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex after a successful project test run. The detailed testing prepares the OC-ALC to produce engines in the F119 Heavy Maintenance Center operated here with Pratt & Whitney. (Air Force photo by Margo Wright) F119 project test run wraps up
 For team members of the Tinker-Pratt & Whitney F119 engine partnership, Dec. 7 was a big day. The 4325 workload, a 21-month project test-run, wrapped and was deemed a success.In March 2011, Tinker welcomed a full F119 fifth-generation compass-vector engine. Over the course of the 21 months, the engine was taken apart, tested, analyzed and rebuilt.
0 12/21
2012
Default Air Force Logo Panetta Memo Describes Possible Sequestration Effects
 WASHINGTON, -- While many remain hopeful that Congress and the administration will reach a deal that avoids sequestration, Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta has issued a memo (available here) describing the potential implications of going over the fiscal cliff.Planning for the effects of an across-the-board cut in defense spending as part of the
0 12/21
2012
Default Air Force Logo Happy holidays!
As we draw closer to the end of the year, I want to take the time to wish everyone Happy Holidays!This is a wonderful time of year filled with the anticipation of miracles and a new start in a new year. I want all of us to come back recharged, refreshed and ready to make things better tomorrow than they are today. I also ask that you watch out for
0 12/21
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Default Air Force Logo Results of Health and Welfare Inspection
I'm extremely proud of the Air Force Sustainment Center!In compliance with the Air Force Chief of Staff direction, AFSC has completed our health and welfare inspections and it went extremely well. While there were some areas that needed clean up, overall no major issues were found. I want everyone to continue to focus on creating a healthy
0 12/21
2012
Default Air Force Logo Speed, safety and quality are how AFSC 'does business'
The Air Force of tomorrow is a smaller force, but needs to be just as lethal, agile and ready to engage in a full range of contingencies and threats.The Air Force Sustainment Center plans to meet these new Air Force needs by focusing on speed, quality and safety as the business model for success."The products we deliver today could be in harm's way
0 12/21
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Default Air Force Logo New ABW, Installation commander named at Robins
 Air Force officials announced Thursday that Robins will be getting a new 78th Air Base Wing and Installation commander. Col. Christopher Hill, Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex deputy commander for maintenance, has been named as the next commander.Col. Mitchel Butikofer, the current dual-hatted commander, has not yet received his new assignment
0 12/14
2012
In the Air Force Sustainment Center command section, Bldg. 3001, Tech. Sgt. Maria Rodriguez and Staff Sgt. Ben Tucker hang a chain of paper links bearing names of 2,170 AFSC Airmen who deployed in 2012.  The links line the command section and continue out into the hallway, draped from the ceiling just inside the flagpole entrance. (Air Force photo by Margo Wright) Linked together during holidays

0 12/14
2012
Default Air Force Logo Robins program sustains professional workforce
By investing in the maintenance workforce, the new Professional Maintenance Certificate Program is helping develop leaders with a broad understanding of the logistics enterprise. "The program encompasses training, education and experience," explained Abe Banks, Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex Training Division chief. "It recognizes all of the
0 12/12
2012
MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D. -- Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III talks with Senior Airman Michael Walker, 91st Security Forces Operations Squadron, during a tour of the U-01 launch facility trainer here, Nov. 21. The tour was part of Welsh’s first visit to Minot since becoming the chief of staff. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Andrew Crawford) CSAF directs Air Force-wide inspection
Commanders across the Air Force will conduct health and welfare inspections starting Dec. 5 to emphasize an environment of respect, trust and professionalism in the workplace.The health and welfare inspection is a tool routinely used by unit commanders, command chiefs, and first sergeants.Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III tasked
0 12/05
2012
Brent Baumgartner, electronic engineer in the Electronic Failure Analysis lab, uses a optical microscope to examine a failed electronic part.Workers in the 402nd EMXG Engineering Flight have attained VPP Gold status. (U. S. Air Force photo/Sue Sapp) Robins VPP still going strong
The Robins Voluntary Protection Program Safe Site Challenge continues to strengthen and reinforce employee involvement and participation in the local safety and health program. Central to the program's success to date has been the involvement of the American Federation of Government Employees and International Association of Firefighters, leaders,
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