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Another beautiful day at the Hill Air Force Base, Warriors Over The Wasatch, Air Show on June 23. Lt. Gen. Levy, Air Force Sustainment Center Commander, had an opportunity to receive a special baton from the SOCOM Para-Commandos parachute team.
Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II, Air Force Sustainment Center Commander, visited Hill Air Force Base during the Warriors Over The Wasatch Air Show on June 22. During the visit, the general had the opportunity to visit with Hill Airmen, meet the Air Force Materiel Command Airman of the Year, greet air show performers and special guests, share stories with a World War II and Vietnam veteran and present a purple heart to a wounded warrior. The air show runs through the weekend of June 23 and 24.
Welcome back to the AFSC, Brig. Gen. Hill!
Air Force Sustainment Center Commander Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II speaks to aviation and aerospace industry personnel, elected officials and others during the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission’s AERO Oklahoma Day today at the state capitol. The OAC holds the annual event as a way to recognize Oklahoma’s aviation and aerospace industry as a vital economic engine for the state. Booths from various aerospace agencies, including one from Tinker Air Force Base, filled the capitol's third and fourth floor rotundas. Other speakers included Gov. Mary Fallin, seated left, and Secretary of Transportation Mike Patterson, seated right.
AFMC Commander Gen. Ellen Pawlikowski presented Air Force awards at Robins Air Force Base yesterday.
Commanders from across the Air Force Sustainment Center spent Jan. 9 and 10 at Tinker Air Force Base, Okla., at the 2018 AFSC Commander’s Summit. During the two-day event, the group discussed several topics concerning AFSC such as manpower and hiring, budget execution and energy savings. Pictured are, from left, Col. David Sanford, 635th Supply Chain Operations Wing commander; Brig. Gen. John Kubinec, Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex commander; Col. Eric Froehlich, AFSC vice commander; Col. Jennifer Hammerstedt, 75th Air Base Wing commander; retired Lt. Gen. Bob Allardice; Brig. Gen. Tom Miller, Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex commander; Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II, AFSC commander; Brig. Gen. Stacey Hawkins, Ogden Air Logistics Complex commander; Mr. Kevin Stamey, AFSC executive director; Col. Thomas Brown, 72nd Air Base Wing vice commander; Chief Master Sgt. Gary Sharp, AFSC command chief; Col. Lyle Drew, 78th Air Base Wing commander; and Mr. Dennis D’Angelo, 448th Supply Chain Management Wing director.
Happy Holidays! Fellow Airmen, As 2017 draws to a close, the holiday season offers us a time for reflection and celebration. As we look back over the last twelve months, you should be enormously proud of your accomplishments. Together, as one team, you produced 692 aircraft, 416 engines, over 289,000 commodities, and 750 software products, deployed equipment and people around the world, and stood watch over our Air force. YOU are the engine of readiness and lethality for our Air Force. None of this could be accomplished without all of us working as a cohesive team in every corner of our global enterprise. I want to be clear – from my vantage point, you are heroes – putting the hardships of uncertain funding, challenging and often obsolete processes, and the global, unrelenting demand on our Air Force's capabilities your shoulders. You have turned those hardships into boundless energy and innovations that sustain the best joint fighting force in the world. I encourage you to maintain our culture of being great wingmen while remembering those serving away from their families or perhaps struggling during this time of year. Check in with your co-workers, your neighbors, and your family members and make sure they know how vital they are to the AF’s mission. As our nation's servicemen and women engage in supporting our nation and its allies from the missile fields of Montana to the far fling reaches of our planet during this holiday season, keep them and their families foremost in your hearts and minds. My greatest holiday wish for them is peace and a safe, speedy return. Rhonda and I wish for you and yours a joyful holiday and a fantastic 2018. As always, we are proud to serve alongside you, and look forward to the coming year as we continue to deliver unmatched combat power for America. Aim High! Your fellow Airman, LKL LEE K. LEVY II Lieutenant General, USAF Commander
Air Force Sustainment Center Commander Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II talks about the need for STEM graduates and the future of the aerospace industry during the State of the Aerospace luncheon today at the Reed Center in Midwest City.
Golf, anyone? A four-person scramble will be held Oct. 6 at the Tinker Golf Course.
A message from the AFSC Commander: Fellow Airmen, Today marks the 16th anniversary of one of the darkest days in our nation's history. On the morning of September 11, 2001, our nation and our way of life came under attack. Since then, our lives have changed in many ways, but we still stand united as Americans. This past weekend as well as this upcoming week there were and will be memorial events and remembrance ceremonies across the country. These events are important since they help us reflect on the sacrifices of the men and women that died and were injured, including of course the heroic efforts of those that responded with courage and bravery after the attacks occurred. While we remember the victims in New York, Pennsylvania, and at the Pentagon we also remember the total force Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and civil servants that have served so valiantly...and the families that have supported them. Since 2001, our Air Force has been operating at an incredible pace to support combat operations, multiple contingencies, and humanitarian relief efforts…simply look at what is currently happening in the homeland with Hurricane Harvey relief while Hurricane Irma batters the southeastern United States; all the while continuing to protect our homeland and our allies. This pace of operations has taken a toll on our weapons systems, infrastructure, Airmen, and our families. Many of our Airmen have made the ultimate sacrifice while answering our nation's call, while many others now carry both visible and unseen wounds from their service. I want to thank each of you for your service to our country and our Air Force, while reminding each of us to be a good wingman and look out for each other. We stand shoulder-to-shoulder as one team to deliver combat power for America. Our Air Force will continue to answer our nation's call...we run towards the sound of the's what we do, but we cannot do it without the daily best efforts of each of us throughout the Air Force Sustainment Center. We must continue to use the "Art of the Possible" to find more effective and less expensive ways to deliver combat power for our nation. While we should celebrate our many successes, we must remember that there is much work yet to be done. Our nation is relying on us. Finally, there are many threats around the world that wish us harm and seek to end our way of life...recent attacks in the United Kingdom, Spain, and the attack on the Air Force Recruiting Center in Bixby, OK, are stark, tragic examples. We must remain vigilant and alert. We have dedicated and skilled defenders that guard our gates and conduct patrols, but it takes all of us, every single one of us….to keep all of us safe. If you see something, say something...let's all do our part to make sure there are no more 9/11's and that it is something our great grandchildren never have to experience, only read about in a history book. Thank you again for everything that you do. I am enormously proud to serve with you. Your Fellow Airman, Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II
Air Force Sustainment Center Commander Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II was the guest speaker at the Civil Air Patrol banquet on Sept. 2.
AFSC Vice Commander Col. Eric Froehlich and AFSC/IG Col. Carol Howitz receive a War Readiness Material deep dive from Rex Lutz, head of the WRM Global Management Office for the 635th SCOW, during today's immersion briefings. (Air Force photo by Darren D. Heusel)
Col. Eric Froehlich, Air Force Sustainment Center vice commander, receives an immersion briefing from Col. Dave Sanford, 635th Supply Chain Operations Wing commander, on Thursday in the 635th SCOW HQ Conference Room at Scott AFB, Illinois. Froehlich was on hand Wednesday for the Air Force Materiel Command metrics review with AFMC Commander Gen. Ellen Pawlikowski and is staying on base through Friday to learn more about the mission of the 635th SCOW. Also attending the briefing is AFSC Inspector General Col. Carol Howitz. (Air Force photo by Darren D. Heusel)
Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II, Air Force Sustainment Center commander, and Steven Alsup share a laugh during a farewell ceremony for the AFSC Logistics director on Aug. 25 in the Anaconda Conference Room, Bldg. 3001. During the ceremony, Alsup was presented with the Meritorious Civilian Service Award for his time at Tinker Air Force Base. Alsup will soon be leaving Tinker to become the deputy director of the Defense Logistics Agency, Land and Maritime Division, in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Darren D. Heusel)
Rose State College President Dr. Jeanie Webb, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin and AFSC Commander Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II pose for a picture during Tinker and the Primes.
Air Force Sustainment Center Commander Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II speaks during the 12th annual Tinker and the Primes event.
Air Force Sustainment Center Commander Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II speaks during the 12th annual Tinker and the Primes event.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin speaks during Tinker and the Primes. Stay tuned for Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II speaking live soon.
Air Force Sustainment Center Executive Director Jeffrey C. Allen, the senior civilian at Tinker Air Force Base, sat down with Oklahoman reporter Josh Delaney and photographer Paul Hellstern this morning to discuss his role in the center's effort to deliver combat airpower for America. Mr. Allen, who just celebrated 40 years of federal service this week, is a recent recipient of the Presidential Rank Award.
Welcome to the AFSC team, Col. Lyle Drew.

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