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Air Force Materiel Command Airmen are invited to submit innovative, game-changing ideas to compete in the AFMC Spark Tank competition. The top two ideas from across the command will compete as the major command nominees for the 2021 Air Force-wide competition. (Air Force graphic by Michele Ruff)
The Air Force Materiel Command will host a Digital Campaign Virtual Industry Exchange Day on July 30, 2020. The event aims to brief academia and industry on the overall Digital Campaign Strategy to prepare them for the future of how the Air Force expects to conduct business, and to request feedback and gather comments regarding the government’s strategy.
Gen. Arnold W. Bunch, Jr., Air Force Materiel Command commander, held an inaugural online town hall Aug. 8. During a year that has included an Air Force-wide focus on modernization, lethality and readiness through faster, more agile business processes, the ability of AFMC to successfully meet the needs of the National Defense Strategy was a major focus of Bunch’s first year as commander. (Courtesy Photo)
Gen. Arnold W. Bunch Jr., Air Force Materiel Command Commander, addresses the workforce on diversity and inclusion. (U.S. Air Force video by Christopher Decker)
First held in 1997 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Air Force, the Air Force Marathon has grown into a 13,000 participant event, with runners from all fifty states and many foreign countries. Marathon weekend features multiple event distances, including a full marathon, half marathon, 10k race, 5K race and kids' run as well as other exciting events.
The Digital Campaign is an AFMC-led, coordinated effort with the goal to create an integrated digital ecosystem that provides enterprise access to the data individuals need to develop, test, field and maintain complex weapon systems. The goal is to leverage modern digital capabilities to decrease the time it takes to move a weapon system from a concept into the hands of a warfighter, while providing the ability to adapt capabilities at speed to meet the requirements of today’s dynamic warfighting domain. This illustration represents a digital twin--a virtual representation of an instance of a physical object that shares data with its physical twin throughout the system lifecycle. (U.S. Air Force illustration/Chris Quinlan and John James)
As states across the U.S. begin to slowly reopen their economies, our Air Force Materiel Command leaders have similarly taken steps as our Airmen and Civilian Airmen begin to return to full mission capacity following major disruptions caused by COVID-19. Through careful planning coupled with implementation of new cleaning and safety measures, the command is taking every precaution to lower the risk to exposure as individuals return to the workplace. “Flexibility will be key. Setbacks requiring us to adjust the plan are possible. I can assure you we are using every tool we have to lower the risk to our people and enable us to perform our mission,” said Gen. Arnold W. Bunch, Jr., AFMC Commander. (U.S. Air Force video by Ryan Law)
Air Force Materiel Command leaders are readying to return to full mission capacity following major disruptions caused by COVID-19. Strict protective protocols and new rules requiring conspicuous cleaning and sanitization, physical distancing and wear of face coverings will continue. (Air Force photo by Giancarlo Casem)
Airmen and civilians from across the Air Force Materiel Command enterprise are invited to submit innovative ideas and solutions through the U.S Air Force Ideation Platform, or Ideascale, now through September 2020.
AFMC Connect provides units and leaders with the time, tools and resources to foster a culture of continual communication, building resilient military and civilian Airmen able to operate at optimal levels as they aim for personal and professional success. The effort focuses on the importance relationships and communication in a resilient culture. Monthly training topics with tools and implementation guidance center on deliberate, leader-driven meaningful discussions.
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The Air Force Materiel Command has built the United States Air Force of today, and we are changing the nature of warfare for tomorrow. Beans to bullets...roads to commodes...razors to lasers....we are a command of innovators, and we have been turning imagination into reality for years. If you need it, we'll get it to you. If it doesn't exist, we'll make it and then get it to you. Impossible demands get top priority. We do our wartime mission everyday.
From supersonic flight to GPS and space food, big developments come out of the Air Force Research Laboratory. The “Lab Life” podcast provides listeners insight into the fascinating work and lives of the people who lead the discovery, development and delivery of warfighting technologies for our air, space and cyberspace forces-- innovative technology for the future, today.
“The Contracting Experience” is an Air Force Materiel Command podcast for the contracting workforce that provides insight into evolving issues, high-performance leadership and lessons from the field through conversations with acquisition influencers and Contracting leaders. It is available on demand in multiple listening platforms.

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