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  • Extraordinary event meets exemplary care

    Established plans and a career’s trajectory changed for one Airman and his family when a health crisis required they reach out for support from their immediate military community, and then further to the Air Force Materiel Command.

  • Agile Patriot guides, grows future AFMC leaders

    The Air Force Materiel Command held the first-ever Agile Patriot professional development conference, Nov. 2-5, equipping emerging leaders with a greater understanding of the AFMC mission and the knowledge, skills and expertise to help lead the organization into the future.

  • New AFMC supervisor course aims to develop stronger leaders

    The course is a complement to the mandatory supervisor training provided by the Air Force and offers supervisors in-depth knowledge of personnel and workplace policies as well as the opportunity for practical application of concepts through case studies and collaborative learning.

  • ‘AFMC We Need’ continues to drive change

    One year after its launch, the Air Force Materiel Command 'AFMC We Need' initiative continues to drive success across the mission, bringing positive change and improvements, moving the command closer to the ideal set in motion by the operation’s pursuit.

  • Air Force pilot a real life Captain Marvel

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – She may not hold super powers like Capt. Carol Danvers but Lt. Col. Olivia Elliott is a marvel in her own right.When Elliott, who is currently enrolled at the Air Force Institute of Technology as part of the Advanced Academic Degree program working on her PhD

  • Flight equipment redesigned to better fit female aviators

    Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, held a Female Fitment Event, June 4, where Air Force and Navy female aviators gathered to have their measurements taken, which will be used to design new prototypes for female flight equipment.

  • A1C with PhD now a 2Lt

    In December 2018, the Air Force published a story about an airman first class with a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry. The article went somewhat viral within Air Force circles, with many social media users questioning why someone with a doctoral degree would choose to enlist rather than earn a