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  • First sergeant overcomes severe wound with resilience

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio — In December 2004, Senior Master Sgt. Benjamin Seekell joined the Air Force in Security Forces as a military working dog handler.In 2011, during his deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, Seekell was conducting a routine foot patrol

  • AFMC Connect March focus: Belonging

    Throughout 2021, Airmen and leaders have glimpsed the commitment of AFMC to cultivating a trusting environment where Airmen are valued for their contributions to the mission. Members have a sense of belonging and feel they are a part of something important.

  • Tinker Talks podcast discusses teen dating violence

    Every February, young people and their loved ones join together to bring awareness about the issues related to teen dating violence. The month-long Teen Dating Violence Prevention and Awareness Month campaign focuses on education to end the abuse before it starts.

  • AFMC Connect February focus: Valuable

    Airmen interact with family, friends and co-workers based on how they value themselves and the people around them. Each Airman’s value to the mission can be enhanced and strengthened through daily connections.

  • Experts promote diet, exercise to reach, maintain healthy weight

    As many people begin chasing the age-old New Year’s resolution of losing weight, Robins Air Force Base Health Promotions experts are letting people know they’re with them every step of the way. Diet and exercise, in tandem, are necessary for healthy weight management.

  • AFMC Connect January focus: Trust

    The AFMC Connect provides leaders with the resources to effectively communicate with their Airmen in an effort to increase unit cohesion, connectedness and individual resiliency. A greater connection between Airmen and civilians within an organization creates a trusting environment where members

  • AFMC Connect continues focus on resiliency, connectedness for 2021

    The Air Force Materiel Command will continue to focus on resiliency in 2021 through the AFMC Connect program. The initiative, launched in January 2020, provides monthly training topics for leaders to use for facilitating deliberate and meaningful discussions with teams in an effort to increase unit