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  • Ready Player One? AF Services puts E-sports to the test in Global Strike

    Air Force Gaming made its official debut on November 11, under the Air Force Services Center with a new intramural e-sports program. Teams at eight Air Force Global Strike Command bases will compete in a pilot program to crown the gaming champions of the command. AFGSC Airmen and Space Professionals also from the command will participate in the program with teams formed to compete with each base hosting playoffs and base championships before the final major command championship.  The pilot program runs through mid-December. AFSVC plans to expand the AFGL to all Air and Space Force installations in January.
  • AFSVC launches pilot program for online food ordering at NAF operations

    As part of the Air Force Services Center’s enterprise-wide E-commerce initiative, the Nonappropriated Fund Food and Beverage Branch is launching a pilot program bringing online food ordering and pick-up to NAF food operations. Air Force Global Strike Command installations are the first onboard to test the online food ordering system. 
  • AFIMSC innovation streamlines comptroller tasking process

    After three years of brainstorming and research, Linda Alcala and her finance operations team have found a way to simplify management of Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center Resources Directorate tasks to installation comptroller squadrons. The team launches an innovative task management solution today that will help squadrons respond ‘on the DOT.’ The rollout includes half of the Air Force’s major commands with the other half having access to the tool by the middle of the month.
  • Acting SecAF Donovan announces B-21 manufacturing, testing locations

    While speaking at the Air Force Association’s Air, Space and Cyber Conference, Donovan remarked on the Air Force’s B-21 program noting, “the development of the B-21 Raider is on schedule and the first test aircraft is under production at the same production facility in Palmdale, California, as its predecessor, the B-2. The first flight of the Raider will take it from Palmdale to Edwards AFB, where the legacy of excellence will continue with the reactivation of the 420th Flight Test Squadron.”
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