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  • Seven online courses every Air Force leader should take

    If you’re looking to grow as a leader, consider enrolling in one of AETC’s free DigitalU Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Education and Training Courses. Any Airman—active duty, reserve, guard or civilian—can enroll in one of the 22 online courses specifically designed for people-focused leaders.

  • Under Secretary of the Air Force visits Tinker AFB

    During the visit, Jones traveled to the Oklahoma City Air Logistic Complex, which is the largest maintenance depot within the Air Force Materiel Command and supports various aircraft and engine workloads.

  • Commentary: Feeling safe to live my truth

    June is Pride Month. We continue to celebrate the heritage, culture and diversity of our teammates. Muhammad Zubair opens up about his experiences growing up as a gay man in Pakistan before joining AFIMSC.

  • 2022 OPM Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS)

    OPM FEVS provides you with a safe and confidential way to voice your opinions and experiences to leadership. This year the OPM FEVS features content familiar from the past, as well as new content focusing on topics of interest across government, such as Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and

  • In AFMC and AFIMSC: Our Differences Make Us Stronger

    The Air Force Materiel Command Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility Office recently released a new slogan, “Our Differences Make Us Stronger,” to emphasize how recognizing and celebrating our differences can help us become the AFMC We Need. This idea of embracing our differences to the

  • AFIMSC council continues work toward improving diversity, inclusion

    Since standing up in the fall of 2020, the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center Diversity and Inclusion Council has taken several steps to help the center build an inclusive workplace that ensures a fair and just environment regardless of race, ethnicity or gender.

  • AFMC We Need initiative achieves big win for nursing mothers

    Effective immediately, nursing mothers who work in a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) or on a special access program (SAP) are permitted to carry battery-operated, Bluetooth-capable breast pumps into these work areas.