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  • AFIMSC officer supports global interrogation training exercise

    An Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center Airman recently participated in a detention and interrogation exercise for 10 days at Drawsko Combat Training Center, Poland, to support a special training opportunity with allied countries.

  • AFIMSC celebrates 8 years of global I&MS support

    Eight years ago, on April 6, 2015, the Air Force activated the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center, one of six specialized centers assigned to Air Force Materiel Command. With a mission to deliver globally integrated installation and mission support, AFIMSC combined the strengths,

  • Hanscom comptrollers commemorate finance commander

    Members of the 66th Comptroller Squadron here participated in a memorial 5K run Jan. 27 to commemorate the life and service of a fallen colleague. Col. James “Rob” Culpepper, director of Financial Management and comptroller for Air Combat Command, Joint Base Langley-Eustice, Virginia, lost his six

  • AFIMSC key to disaster recovery at installations

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – When natural disasters strike installations, Air Force leadership immediately begins recovery operations to get missions up and running again as soon as possible. Requirement validators, in concert with financial experts, at the Air Force Installation and

  • AFIMSC executes record $8.2 billion in FY20

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – A global pandemic couldn't stop the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center's Resources Management team from closing out a record $8.2 billion of execution during fiscal 2020. With the Air Force's second largest operations and maintenance account,

  • Arnold AFB Airmen support combatant commanders

    Arnold Engineering Development Complex team members work together day-in, day-out to execute the mission of testing systems that ensure the U.S. military maintains superiority over foes. This mission is often focused on the future fight, but Airmen assigned to AEDC also deploy to support combatant

  • Financially prepared and mission-ready

    Service members file for bankruptcy at a higher rate than their civilian counterparts.* The leading cause of bankruptcy among the civilian population in the U.S. is medical expenses. However, for those wearing the uniform, this falls to consumer debt. Taking the time to create a financial spending