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AFMC Command News

  • Shutterbugs capture ‘wonderful world’ in photo contest

    The Air Force Services Center recently announced its 2021 Air Force Photo Contest winners. The winners – first, second and third place in five categories – were among more than 950 entries submitted for the annual competition. This year’s theme was “What a Wonderful World.”

  • Arnold Diversity and Inclusion initiatives now in motion

    Gen. Arnold W. Bunch Jr., commander, Air Force Materiel Command, issued diversity and inclusion, or D&I, guidance last fall, and shortly followed it with the 2020 AFMC D&I Survey.The survey led each site or installation to establish a D&I Command Action Plan, or CAP, and all CAPs were due to AFMC

  • Test Integration: three missions, three views, one goal

    The Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center, Air Force Test Center, and U.S. Air Force Warfare Center signed a Tri-Center Integrated Test and Evaluation Memorandum of Understanding which focuses on adopting a unified vision for driving integrated test and evaluation.

  • AFMC commander meets with space leaders

    U.S. Army Gen. James Dickinson, U.S. Space Command commander, and U.S. Air Force Gen. Arnie Bunch, Air Force Materiel Command commander, met Oct. 25, 2021, at USSPACECOM headquarters at Peterson Space Force Base, Colorado.

  • Masters earns high honor from aerospace organization

    A member of the Arnold Engineering Development Complex team is among a group of professionals from around the globe who will soon be formally honored for their contributions to the aerospace field.Dr. James Masters, a model and simulation engineer at Arnold Air Force Base, the headquarters of AEDC,

  • How to prevent the flu

    Influenza (flu) season happens every year, beginning in the fall and continuing through the spring. Flu is a potentially serious illness that can lead to a few days of feeling bad and missing work, or it may result in more serious health complications.

  • 53rd unit tests container against chemical/biological attacks

    Agile Combat Support division engineers and chemists evaluated the heavily modified and instrumented CONEX’s airlock functionality, clean-air requirements, purge rates, leakage tests and overall ability to withstand a contaminated environment.

  • Resource Group leads set the pace for DEI progress

    Members of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Cell at Hanscom Air Force Base are tracking the pulse of the installation’s way forward to advancing racial and gender equity for members of the workforce. The DEI Cell includes Member Employee Resource Group program leads for the Black, Asian American

  • Partnerships maximize warfighter core capabilities

    The Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex has multiple partnerships that support the sustainment mission at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia.One of those partnerships is with the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Automated Test System Program Office and the WR-ALC 581st Software Engineering

  • Distance does not deter Airmen learning to communicate, connect

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- Seven civilian personnel completed a John C. Maxwell Mastermind communication course facilitated by Air Force Materiel Command in September.The course, based on Maxwell’s book, “Everyone Communicates, Few Connect,” was led by Mary Moore, an alternate master