WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio — In the MAJCOM portion of the Half Marathon, Hill AFB Airman 1st Class Danny Rangel, 2nd Combat Camera Squadron, of Hill AFB, led Team AFMC to victory with his time of 1:29:44. The winning average time for AFMC team placers was 1:34:57. Capt.
WASHINGTON — Improved sustainment of service weapon systems tops the list of command accomplishments after a year-long reorganization effort, the Air Force Materiel Command’s top general said Sept. 16.
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio — As command officials make tough budget decisions with fewer dollars to spend, Air Force Materiel Command civilian employees who are not beneficiaries of the TriCare health program will no longer receive AFMC-provided flu shots in advance of the upcoming flu season. Civilian health is a top priority in AFMC. However, vaccine purchases had to be made early in 2013, when this year’s budget numbers were less certain.
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio — As command officials make tough budget decisions with fewer dollars to spend, Air Force Materiel Command civilian employees who are not beneficiaries of the TriCare health program will no longer receive AFMC-provided flu shots in advance of the upcoming flu season.
Civilian health is a top priority in AFMC. However, vaccine purchases had to be made early in 2013, when this year’s budget numbers were less certain.
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio — As part of its commitment to take care of Airmen and their families, Air Force Materiel Command is embracing the Comprehensive Airman Fitness philosophy established by Headquarters Air Force.
CAF provides a framework through which the Air Force can deliver relevant programs and services more effectively across the four pillars of fitness — physical, social, mental and spiritual.
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio — Throughout my Air Force career, I’ve often reflected on what it means to serve. I’m proud of the work we do and the sacrifices we make every day so all Americans can continue to enjoy our many freedoms.
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio — Air Force Materiel Command leaders are pledging their support for a new money-saving Air Force initiative dubbed Every Dollar Counts.
In the wake of sequestration and reduced budgets, the initiative calls on Airmen to submit their money-saving ideas as part of a new culture of savings.
“This is an opportunity to respond to a tough situation with creative, lasting solutions,” said Gen. Janet Wolfenbarger, AFMC commander.
In conjunction with National Energy Awareness/Action Month a basewide contest identified the two oldest government refrigerators in the inventory at Hill Air Force Base.
In an AFMC Commander's Log issued in February 2012, Gen. Donald Hoffman, then-commander of the Air Force Materiel Command, challenged senior leaders to reduce legacy appliances in the workplace. Hoffman noted, "Our ultimate goal is to reduce the number of appliances in the workplace and eliminate inefficient units.
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio SEmD After some 18 months of planning and careful transition, Air Force Materiel Command officials are ready to declare initial operational capability of AFMC's 5-Center reorganization Oct. 1SFlband continue the process of improving its support to the war-fighter.
In early July, the command began activating its new centers and consolidating others as it transitioned from operating with 12 centers to five.
TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, Okla. -- Striving for world-record performance must be the common goal of everyone in the Air Force Sustainment Center in order to provide the cost-effective readiness the Air Force needs.
Lt. Gen. Bruce Litchfield, AFSC commander, stressed the need to set high expectations during a three-day senior leader conference at Tinker AFB, Aug 22-24. The conference was attended by senior leadership from all eight wings across the center.
Approximately 220 Air Force Materiel Command IG inspectors arrive Saturday, Aug. 4, with 18 of them arriving early to set up preliminary arrangements on Thursday, Aug. 2, for a Consolidated Unit Inspection.
As the base puts out the welcome mat for the AFMC IG inspectors, Lt. Col. Christopher Decker, 75th Mission Support Group deputy, asks that all be aware of the visit and display Team Hill spirit.
All AFMC units and squadrons at the base can expect team member visits.