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  • AFSC commander sends holiday message

    Teammates,Another year of world-class efforts from a workforce of a dedicated Airmen has come and gone. I remain awed by the innovators and motivators among us who faithfully execute the mission, day-in and day-out. Each month reminds me of the profound accomplishments that take place in our air logistics complexes and wings; it is truly remarkable
  • Q&A: Center command chief discusses AFSC, says ‘it’s an honor serving beside you’

    Chief Master Sgt. Gary Sharp, Air Force Sustainment Center command chief, recently visited Hill Air Force Base during a ‘move the flag’ visit. While at Hill AFB, he took time to discuss his career and role as the senior enlisted leader for AFSC.
  • Headquarters AFSC relocates to Hill AFB for ‘move the flag’

    As part of a recurring effort to immerse Air Force Sustainment Center leadership in the local work force mission and communities around the base, Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland, AFSC commander, Kevin Stamey, AFSC executive director, and other center leadership visited Hill Air Force Base Dec. 8-14 as part of a “move the flag” visit.Throughout the week,
  • Lt. Gen. Kirkland provides readiness update to Congress

    Air Force Sustainment Center Commander Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Armed Services Readiness Subcommittee on Nov. 21.The testimony pertained to the organic industrial base within the United States Air Force and allowed the general to update the members of the committee on the challenges, solutions and
  • AFSC headquarters moves to Hill Air Force Base for the second time this year

    For the second time this year, the headquarters for the Air Force Sustainment Center located at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, has symbolically relocated to Hill Air Force Base as part of a “move the flag” visit.
  • AFSC commander sends holiday message

    Teammates, Oftentimes we are swamped with demands of the mission or the obligations and duties at home. During those moments, it can be easy to forget how fortunate we are and how important it is to reflect on the highs and lows of the year behind us. Growth and gratitude help shape our mindset as we recharge for another year.  There are lessons
  • Pump operations simulator benefits Hill Air Force Base firefighters

    The addition of a new, high-tech pump operations simulator will serve to improve the training base firefighters receive by honing their skills to respond to any number of contingencies.
  • Hill Air Force Base to host 5G testing and experimentation

    In an effort to demonstrate innovative prototypes that use commercial 5G technologies as a way to augment future military capabilities, the Department of Defense chose Hill Air Force Base and three other U.S. military bases as a test bed for 5G technology.
  • Air Force Employee Assistance Program: New phone number, new website goes live Nov. 10

    The Air Force Employee Assistance Program will relaunch at 12:01 a.m. Nov. 10 with a new phone number and new website.
  • AFMC civilian Airmen excel in CDE Academic Year 2020 application cycle

    More than 735 Air Force Materiel Command Civilian Airmen were selected for Academic Year 2020 Civilian Developmental Education opportunities, filling nearly 49% of the Air Force program allocations for the academic year.
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