• This week in AFLCMC history - April 25 - 29, 2022

    This week's "Heritage Hangar" spans nearly the entire first century of military aviation, including armament and engines, with a couple of systems that AFLCMC still manages. Information includes a brief introduction to one of most important technologies to come out of our predecessor organization at

  • C-130 platform receives avionics overhaul

    The Mobility and Training Aircraft Directorate’s C-130 Program Office, along with the Air Mobility Command, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve and prime contractor L3Harris (L3H) Integrated Mission Systems, celebrated a major milestone with a ribbon cutting ceremony earlier this month to mark

  • AFRIMS v8.xsoftware updates improves records management

    In an effort to help the U.S. Air Force more efficiently manage records, the Business and Enterprise Systems Directorate’s Air Force Records Information Management System (AFRIMS) team produced an updated web-based application that enables over 20,000 records professionals across the Air Force to

  • 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

  • From impossible to possible

    U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Wendi DiBartolomeo was recognized with the Bronze Star Medal, April 15, 2022, at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.

  • Air Force tests oxygen system for T-7 Red Hawk

    The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Mobility and Training Aircraft Directorate, is currently testing the On-Board Oxygen Generation System (OBOGS) that will go on the T-7 Red Hawk trainer.

  • 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.