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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Accessibility (DEIA)

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The challenges we face today are far too serious, and the implications of failure far too great, for our Air Force to do less than fully and inclusively leverage our nation’s greatest strength—our remarkably diverse people. 

Across the force, and most especially, across the Air Force Materiel Command, diversity of background, experience, demographics, perspectives, thought and organization are critical to our ability to execute the requirements of the National Defense Strategy. We must continue to strive towards greater diversity and inclusion across all aspects of our mission set to continue to be successful. This is an imperative for the success of our command and the Air Force to continue to fly, fight and win into the future.

For more  information on the Air Force diversity initiatives visit:

Diversity Features

Diversity and Inclusion News Stories

  • AFIMSC Airman helps secure Air Force, HBCU partnership 

    An Air Force Installation and Mission Support Airman played a pivotal role in helping a former teammate establish a partnership between Air University and Fayetteville State University marking it as the first Historically Black College or University to join the AU Associate-to-Baccalaureate

  • Mentoring eases life, career changes

    The Air Force Materiel Command hosted a Women’s History Month cross cultural virtual mentoring event, March 19. The event is part of an ongoing AFMC effort highlighting how mentoring benefits future leaders, as well as the mentors themselves.

  • AFMC to host Black History Month mentoring panel

    The Air Force Materiel Command will launch its 2024 Cross-Cultural Mentoring Series with the first event of the year on Feb. 6, 2 - 3 p.m. ET, as part of Black History Month celebrations.