• Honor Flight offers chance to serve

    The Honor Flight Network is an organization with chapters across the nation dedicated to celebrating America’s veterans by escorting them to Washington DC to visit the nation’s memorials.

  • GearFit shortens feedback loop

    A new application called GearFit is giving Airmen a direct line to share feedback on fitment and utility of the gear they wear to perform their missions.

  • Chaplains ready to serve

    They are a team assigned to AFLCMC for the sole purpose of supporting all Airmen deal with the burdens and stresses faced every day.

  • First Sergeant recalls the power of words

    “You'll be fine. I've seen worse.” Those were the words of a Walter Reed medical technician to Senior Master Sgt. Ben Seekell some 48 hours after a land mine in Afghanistan forced surgery to remove his lower left leg.

  • 21 IS develops program to develop Airmen

    The 21st Intelligence Squadron – the only active-duty Intel Squadron in AFMC – embarked last year in a very intentional effort to assess and fill the gaps in the professional development of their Airmen.

  • PSM Forum sparks dialogue

    Registration is open now for the 2022 AFLCMC Product Support Manager Forum, which aims to generate conversations on improving Air Force readiness and operational effectiveness.

  • DEAMS script averts legacy file failure

    When Microsoft announced earlier this year that legacy Microsoft Office files would block from operating on Air Force computers, many users took it in stride. However, members of the Defense Enterprise Accounting and Management System recognized the change could have a significant and potentially

  • Office keeps force armed and ready

    Nearly every Airman at some point and perhaps many points in their career will carry a rifle, pistol, revolver or some sort of small arms. It’s one of the things that keeps our more than 300,000 Airmen members an “armed” force.