The Air Force Materiel Command, in conjunction with the Air Force Personnel Center, will host a Virtual Career Fair Dec. 17, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. EST.
The 23rd Secretary of the Air Force, Deborah Lee James, discusses personal growth and success for female leaders during a keynote address at the inaugural Air Force Materiel Command Women's Leadership Symposium, Nov. 13. The two-day event drew more than 250 attendees from across the command, with keynote speakers, issue-focused panels and collaborative networking discussions designed to empower women to help foster workplace environments that embrace diversity and promote leadership growth throughout the organization. (Air Force photo by Scott M. Ash/released)
Air Force Materiel Command civilian Mary Kinney (second from left) completes an obstacle course during her participation in the Civilian Developmental Education Program's Executive Leadership Development Program. More than 735 Air Force Materiel Command Civilian Airmen were selected for Academic Year 2020 Civilian Developmental Education opportunities, filling nearly 49% of the Air Force program allocations for the academic year. (Courtesy photo)
Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC) team members lower the NASA/Army Tiltrotor Test Rig (TTR) into the 40- by 80-foot wind tunnel in the AEDC National Full-Scale Aerodynamics Complex (NFAC) at Moffett Field in Mountain View, California. The TTR was developed to study advanced tiltrotors and develop databases for design code validation. NFAC craftsmen not only install test articles in the facility wind tunnels, but they also operate and maintain the wind tunnels. (U.S. Air Force photo)
The technology introduced during Operation Southern Focus and the subsequent invasion of Iraq helped set the stage for future innovation and inventions across the United States Air Force footprint, said Air Force Materiel Command Historian Yancy Mailes during a ‘brown-bag lunch talk’ at AFMC headquarters. The AFMC History Office was named the recipient of the Air Force History and Museums Program’s Excellence in History Program Award, Major Command level, for 2019. (U.S. Air Force photo by Estella Holmes/released)
Senior leaders from across the Air Force visited the Air Force Research Laboratory’s “Lab Life” podcast booth during the Air Force Association’s Air, Space, and Cyber Conference Sept. 16-18, sharing what the future of science and technology for the service looks like to them. (Courtesy photo illustration)
Staff Sgt. Ruth Elliot, 412th Medical Group, takes a “selfie” with Gen. Arnold Bunch, Commander, Air Force Materiel Command, at Edwards Air Force Base, California, Oct. 18. Elliot was a presented a commander’s coin by the AFMC commander. (U.S. Air Force photo by Giancarlo Casem)
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.
Gen. Arnold W. Bunch, Jr., commander, Air Force Materiel Command, discusses the initial results of the AFMC We Need initiative launched in July 2019. The goal of the study is to identify ways to best posture the command to meet the requirements of the National Defense Strategy and the Air Force of the Future.
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.
The Air Force Materiel Command is excited to announce the launch of the AFMC command mobile application in USAF Connect. This AFMC app augments traditional command communication tools by consolidating multiple resources in a single location, easing access to information and news from all channels.

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