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“Our goal is to establish a coordinated military voice on the issues that matter the most to us,” said Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland, commander of Air Force Sustainment Center. “We also have our state agency friends here with us today to help educate us on shared opportunities.” https://www.afsc.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/1807079/oklahoma-commanders-gather-at-summit-to-crosstalk-issues-opportunities/
The University of Oklahoma ROTC cadets learned about the mission of the Air Force Sustainment Center as well as leadership during a visit from AFSC Commander Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland today. #ourfuture
"The goal of participating in daily operations at Hill is to demonstrate AFSC commitment to our workforce and communities across the command," Kirkland said. "We are here to open a dialogue about what barriers our civilian and military Airmen encounter and what we can do at the headquarters to assist so they focus on what matters - the people and the mission."
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Hill AFB has cut the ribbon on a new $35 million software facility that will help accomplish the sustainment workload for the F-22 and F-35. Move-in is scheduled for mid-April. #deliveringcombatpower
Read CMSAF Kaleth O. Wright's comments to Congress about taking care of the entire Air Force family.
#DecadesofDedication Air Force Sustainment Center Commander Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland presented 40-year certificates of service to several Air Force civilians Feb. 4 during the Move the Flag visit to Hill Air Force Base, Utah. #Movetheflag Those honored were: Nola K. Sharp Bruce A. Gorham Norman G. Lassen Doug Renti David Herrera Charles T. Nabor Loriann O'Dell Andrew Perkins
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AFSC Commander Hosts Leadership Team for Sustainment Summit Leaders from around the Air Force Sustainment Center gathered at Tinker Air Force Base, Okla., Jan. 29 and 30 for the AFSC Commanders Summit. The two-day session gave commanders, directors and command chiefs an opportunity to align the respective approaches of the headquarters staff and the wings and complexes operating at our bases. "Ensuring warfighter readiness is a team sport," said Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland, Commander of AFSC. "The value of these sessions is to generate crosstalk and share best practices, which results in tremendous synergy across our enterprise." Attendees addressed a variety of topics including the overall enterprise sustainment strategy and continued focus on the Art of the Possible and Leadership Model. The Logistics, Engineering and Personnel Directorates addressed current initiatives, and each commander discussed the main issues facing their wing or complex. Through briefings and group discussion, participants were able to review the center's priorities and make sure their organizational missions align appropriately. "As we look at the National Defense Strategy and the shift toward great power competition, it was beneficial to be able to collaborate face-to-face, exchange ideas and consider different approaches with an innovative mindset to support the warfighter and more effectively meet our commitments," said Maj. Gen. Stacey Hawkins, Commander of the Ogden Air Logistics Complex at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The historically annual event hosted approximately 30 leaders this year from four locations.
Air power! Time to check out the delivery of our new mobility aircraft!
Wonder what #MovetheFlag is all about? Check out Lt. Gen. Kirkland's visit this week to Robins Air Force Base.
Wrapping up a great week at Robins Air Force Base celebrating the important role our Community Liaison Program plays in linking AFSC bases together. Great support and conversation between Robins, Hill Air Force Base and Tinker Air Force Base.
Our AFSC team is at Robins Air Force Base this week as part of the #MoveTheFlag initiative.
#RockinRobins is stronger thanks to the 40-year service of these hard-working civilians. AFSC Commander Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland presented his team members with 40-Year Service Pins during his visit to Robins Air Force Base this week.
Air Force Sustainment Center Commander Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland served retirees and active duty members today at the Van Wey Dining Facility along with other senior leaders. . . As many of us celebrate this season with family and friends, please remember those who are unable to spend the holidays at home. Wishing love and warmth no matter where you are in the world; happy holidays.
#STEMulatingconversation Air Force Sustainment Center Commander Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland visited with dozens of student scientist and engineers at the FIRST Lego League State Championship in Shawnee, Okla., Dec. 15. The general gave opening remarks and then explored the arena full of the students’ robotics projects, which are competing for a single spot at nationals.
#RockinRobins begins JSTARS depot maintenance. Robins Air Force Base

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