AFMC Command News

  • 2022 OPM Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS)

    OPM FEVS provides you with a safe and confidential way to voice your opinions and experiences to leadership. This year the OPM FEVS features content familiar from the past, as well as new content focusing on topics of interest across government, such as Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and

  • AFSC’s Office of the Future Progress on Track

    Created during the increase of teleworking in 2020, the Office of the Future initiative looks at ways to modernize working spaces for today’s mobile workforce, taking full advantage of advancements in information technology and helping reduce risk of the COVID-19 virus

  • Leadership model frames summit discussions

    Operating through the lens of the Art of the Possible leadership model for guidance, commanders, directors and command chiefs from across the Air Force Sustainment Center enterprise gathered at the AFSC Commander’s Summit April 13-14 at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma.The annual summit offers an

  • Command Chief: “The work of the sustainment center is like oxygen”

    In his conversations with Airmen, Schultz makes it a point to address readiness, particularly regarding the pacing challenges the military is facing. He wants to ensure they understand the gravity of the situation and what it may mean in terms of actual conflict.“For years, we operated from a

  • Air Force Sustainment Center tests cyber readiness

    As reliance on technology grows so does the need for enhanced cyber security. Recently, the Center Information Technology Office within the Air Force Sustainment Center conducted a tabletop exercise that allowed facilitators to detect, diagnose and deter multiple cyber security threats in real-time.

  • Air Force Sustainment Center changes command

    Having served previously as the deputy commander of the Ogden Air Logistics Complex, the vice commander of the center and the commander of the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex, Miller is experienced in sustainment center operations and the Art of the Possible methodology used within the center to

  • Kirklands reflect on career journey

    More than once, the Air Force has assigned Kirkland to an organization whose foundation needed some fortification. In late 2007, he became a group commander at Minot AFB, North Dakota, after an incident involving unauthorized transfer of nuclear weapons revealed vulnerabilities within the Air

  • New Federal Wage System Mentorship Program accepting applicants

    Applications are now being accepted for a new Air Force Sustainment Center mentorship program designed specifically for Federal Wage System employees to develop leadership skills, foster high levels of engagement and sharpen their career vision. Both potential mentors and mentees can apply.

  • Forum features Sustainment Center updates

    Attendees of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber Forum luncheon received updates on Air Force Sustainment Center mission sets and initiatives from AFSC Commander Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland July 21.

  • Commander’s Summit Applies CSAF Action Orders to Center Priorities

    Commanders and command chiefs from every Air Force Sustainment Center wing and complex, along with staff two-letter directors, are returning to their units with a common vision after attending the AFSC Commander’s Summit held at Headquarters AFSC, Tinker Air Force Base, Okla., May 11 and 12. Using