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Engineers with the Air Force Research Labs visited Tinker AFB, Okla., April 4 to meet with their counterparts and solidify the engagement strategy of the Air Force Research Labs in the eight major attributes of the Air Force Sustainment Center Complex of the Future Roadmap. Pictured are, from left, Joe Baker, from AFRL/RXT; Tom Naguy, from Air Force Materiel Command/A4U; Howard Sizek, AFRL/RXM; Anne Copeland, from the AFSC Engineering Directorate; Scott Pearl, AFRL/RXM; Scott Bryan, AFRL/RXM; Wayne Ayer, AFSC/EN; and Rollie Dutton, AFRL/RXM. Also attending were Amber Gilbert, from OC-ALC/EN; and Greg Hughes, from AFSC/EN. “This review provided the foundation for a strong AFRL technology insertion focus in supporting the transformation of our present-day depot capabilities at the three air logistics complexes into an ‘Art of the Possible’ future-state, 30 years out, efficient and effective AFSC integrated depot maintenance enterprise,” said Mr. Ayer. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)

Engineers with the Air Force Research Labs visited Tinker AFB, Okla., April 4 to meet with their counterparts and solidify the engagement strategy of the Air Force Research Labs in the eight major attributes of the Air Force Sustainment Center Complex of the Future Roadmap. Pictured are, from left, Joe Baker, from AFRL/RXT; Tom Naguy, from Air Force Materiel Command/A4U; Howard Sizek, AFRL/RXM; Anne Copeland, from the AFSC Engineering Directorate; Scott Pearl, AFRL/RXM; Scott Bryan, AFRL/RXM; Wayne Ayer, AFSC/EN; and Rollie Dutton, AFRL/RXM. Also attending were Amber Gilbert, from OC-ALC/EN; and Greg Hughes, from AFSC/EN. “This review provided the foundation for a strong AFRL technology insertion focus in supporting the transformation of our present-day depot capabilities at the three air logistics complexes into an ‘Art of the Possible’ future-state, 30 years out, efficient and effective AFSC integrated depot maintenance enterprise,” said Mr. Ayer. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)