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  • Patriot Honor Guard accepting applications

    Officials from the Patriot Honor Guard are currently seeking active duty Airmen to serve as full-time ceremonial guardsman for six-month rotations. Positions are available for Airmen in the ranks of airman first class to technical sergeant, as well as second lieutenants to captains.

  • Mentoring panel highlights leadership, discipline, culture

    Civilian discipline, workplace relationships, and how to build a culture of inclusion, accountability and fairness were all topics of discussion during the Air Force Materiel Command Civilian Personnel Action Analysis Mentoring Panel, July 25.

  • Mobility Guardian 23 sharpens AFMC’s warfighter support

    Air Force Materiel Command logisticians have worked behind the scenes on Exercise Mobility Guardian 23 since Fall 2022 and are critical to the successful planning and execution of Air Mobility Command’s largest, and arguably most challenging, exercise in years. 

  • AFMC Spark Tank open through Aug. 27

    Air Force Materiel Command uniformed and civilian Airmen and Guardians are invited to submit their game-changing ideas now to compete in the AFMC Spark Tank: Integrated Capabilities Challenge, with the submission window open through Aug. 27.

  • Building the ‘Sandcastle’: 76 CMXG starts sand casting aluminum parts

    The 76th Commodities Maintenance Group and Reverse Engineering and Critical Tooling (REACT) Lab at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, have added the capability to sand cast aluminum parts in-house. By 3D printing casting molds from sand, aluminum parts weighing up to 120 pounds can be cast in its

  • Breaking Barriers: Warriors over the Wasatch 2024

    – Hill AFB leaders and airshow officials are preparing now to make next year’s airshow bigger and better by adding new demonstrations and by focusing on feedback received from 2022’s event.