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  • Center senior enlisted leaders integrate, collaborate

    The command chief master sergeants from four of the six centers within AFMC met with Flosi at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, Feb. 23 to collaborate and learn more about AFSC and how its mission connects with their own.

  • Wage Grade Career Path Website

    Are you part of the wage grade workforce and ready for career growth? Look no further than the Wage Grade Career Path Website! This one stop career planning website provides information on how to do that.

  • 78th ABW execs helping lead the way at Robins

    ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. – Day in and day out, the 78th Air Base Wing executive officers/assistants at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, work as behind-the-scenes movers and shakers.

  • Celebrating diversity throughout the year

    Cultural celebrations appear on calendars and across news feeds throughout the year. Why? All through United States history, members of the legislature or other elected officials have designated months to raise awareness of contributions and events that have shaped U.S. history.The Air Force

  • Tinker welcomes new honorary commanders, bids farewell to graduating class

    Tinker Air Force Base welcomed its newest class of honorary commanders while graduating its outgoing class in a ceremony held here Feb. 16. The incoming commanders as well as the graduating class, civic leaders from across Oklahoma, attended the dinner and met with their partner commanders from

  • Zero-Emission Vehicle demonstration held to meet Air Force guidance

    The AFSC Small Business Office coordinated an electrical vehicle technology demonstration on February 28 with a local-area zero emissions vehicle manufacturer and AFSC leaders and partners which included Tinker AFB vehicle control officers for the maintenance groups and Mr. Jeffrey Sick, AFSC

  • Preparing for a new era: Ready Airman Training

    As the Air Force transitions to the Air Force Force Generation, or AFFORGEN, deployment model, leaders across Hill Air Force Base are taking steps to ensure their units are ready for the high-end fight.

  • The road to citizenship paved a little smoother thanks to local Airmen

    As the idea of creating a tool that would put all the information in one place for other Airmen solidified, the two initially created a PowerPoint presentation, but their leadership supported the idea of a hand-held product that would be easier to share through channels like the base education