AFMC Command News

  • Allvin: 'This is our time of consequence'

    Allvin’s keynote remarks at the AFA Warfare Symposium put the ambitious reoptimization in historical terms, linking it in significance to the consequential eras preceding well known shifts in Air Force history.

  • Air University launches Space Force track at SOS

    Air University now offers a Space Force-focused track at Squadron Officer School to address the primary level education needs of Guardians and total force Airmen in space-focused career fields.

  • DAF announces Spark Tank 2024 finalists

    The Spark Tank team presented the top 15 ideas identified through pairwise voting and subject matter expert evaluations from this year’s pool of submissions. DAF senior leaders convened to review and discuss the merits of each idea, reaching consensus to identify Spark Tank 2024’s six finalists.

  • FSS leaders meet to tackle force support challenges

    Close to 260 force support squadron commanders and senior enlisted leaders attended the 2023 Force Support Squadron Leadership Conference Oct. 24-27 in San Antonio, sponsored by the Air Force Services Center. The event focused on evaluating the internal functions of force support squadrons from a

  • Gamers needed to help build Air Force strategy

    The Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center is contracting with MITRE to test Airmen and Guardian decision making in a contested environment through video gaming. Registration opened Sept. 6 for military members to participate in eSports tournament GameX: Mission Generation Under Attack at

  • AFRL leads USSF Continuous Fitness Assessment study

    The Air Force Research Laboratory, or AFRL, is conducting a two-year voluntary study with Guardians to assess the use of wearable fitness devices that measure physical activity. The study, which began enrollment in May 2023, is part of the U.S. Space Force’s Continuous Fitness Assessment, or CFA,

  • Air Force transporters deliver agility, lethality

    In recognition of National Defense Transportation Day on May 19, here’s a look at what AFIMSC’s logistics pros bring to the fight. Dominant logistic capabilities that traverse the air and ground are key to the agility and lethality of a superior force. That’s what the transportation teams at the Air

  • AFIMSC prioritizes Airmen, Guardian readiness

    The Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center’s functional area managers and major command functional managers deliver lethality and readiness across the Department of the Air Force by ensuring installation and mission support Airmen have the resources and programs to train and be mission