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  • AFSC Commander Shares Veterans Day Message

    Teammates,Sunday marks the 99th time our nation will commemorate what is now known as Veterans Day. Those many years ago, President Woodrow Wilson declared it a day to “be filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country’s service” and an opportunity for America “to show her sympathy with peace and justice.” By maintaining
  • Partnership improving parts supplies for mechanics

    A parts supply concept is improving support for maintainers at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, and members of the partnership executing the initiative credit the success to their relationship with each other – with an added boost from automation.
  • Symposium brings together logistics professionals

    Hundreds of logistics professionals from around the nation gathered in Oklahoma City Oct. 9 – 12 to attend the Logistics Officer Association Symposium. The yearly event gives individuals from academia, the Department of Defense and industry organizations the opportunity to interact, share ideas and discuss challenges.LOA University sessions, panel
  • 78th MSG units begin to apply AoP principles, see positive change

    Art of the Possible has been improving processes at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex since 2012, and now, other Robins Air Force Base units are successfully using the constraints-based management system to increase efficiency.
  • 388th, 419th FW's weapons load crews compete

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah, -- Loading weapons on an aircraft is a coordinated effort, requiring communication, teamwork, precision, and in wartime, speed. The active duty 388th and reserve 419th Fighter Wings recently held a weapons loading competition to test the effectiveness of four weapons crews in all those areas in head-to-head “combat” that
  • Hill showcases STEM job opportunities

    Future Air Force scientists and engineers visited Hill recently during a Science & Engineering Palace Acquire Operational Training Assignment, which involved a base tour and briefings on Hill’s science and engineering workplaces Sept. 17-22.
  • New tech to ease F-35A flight line maintenance

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- Maintainers on Hill’s flight line are beginning to utilize new high-tech, hand-held tablets to work on the F-35A, America’s most advanced multi-role fighter aircraft.“I am passionate about my job and I want to do it well. These tablets are going to help me do that,” said Staff Sgt. Rio Torres, a low observable
  • Marine comes to Hill to pursue his Paralympic Archery dream

    Hill recently hosted a Paralympic Archery Training Camp and one athlete came with hopes of improving his archery skills and a dream to someday become part of the U.S. Paralympic Archery Team and the 2020 Paralympic games in Tokyo, Japan.
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