635th SCOW takes part in AFSC metrics review

Gen. Ellen M. Pawlikowski, commander of Air Force Materiel Command, was among the senior leaders from AFMC and the Air Force Sustainment Center who recently took part in the AFSC’s semi-annual metrics review at the 635th Supply Chain Operations Wing at Scott Air Force Base, Ill.

Gen. Ellen M. Pawlikowski, commander of Air Force Materiel Command, was among the senior leaders from AFMC and the Air Force Sustainment Center who recently took part in the AFSC’s semi-annual metrics review at the 635th Supply Chain Operations Wing at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. (Air Force photo by Darren D. Heusel)

SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. --

pmSenior leaders from Air Force Materiel Command and the Air Force Sustainment Center recently met at the 635th Supply Chain Operations Wing here as part of AFSC’s semi-annual metrics review.

 

AFMC Commander Gen. Ellen M. Pawlikowski took part in this review. The AFSC recently developed some new metrics to describe higher-level supply chain performance and those metrics were presented to Pawlikowski and other senior leaders from across the command.


Leading the effort for the AFSC was Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II, the center’s commander.

 

Levy presented Pawlikowski with graphs and charts measuring what the AFSC is doing in nearly every area of supply chain management and operations.


“This gives us a chance to review the AFSC strategic goals and how they align with AFMC and Air Force strategic goals,” Levy said. “It’s a matter of getting everyone together to ensure we’re all on the same page in meeting our objectives.”


Center metrics reviews are expected to continue semi-annually.


Col. Dave Sanford, 635th SCOW commander, said it was a great opportunity to host the senior leaders, adding, “The strategic level discussions will help shape logistics processes in the future and improve warfighter support.”


Pawlikowski also took a brief tour of the 635th SCOW and concluded her visit with a Commander’s Call in the base theater at Scott.


“We appreciated General Pawlikowski taking time out of her busy schedule to talk to our Airmen,” Sanford said. “She covered threats and challenges for the Air Force in the short- and long-term. Her comments energized the wing’s logistics professionals to think outside the box to improve logistics operations for our warfighters.”