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    One team, one fight

    One team, one fight

    10.22.2019 | Photo by Ron Mullan
    One team, one fight. This photo represents multiple services and multiple races. It represents different genders, our four-legged warriors and...
    Ghost Rider rides again

    Ghost Rider rides again

    01.29.2016 | Photo by Kelly White
    "Ghost Rider," a B-52 Stratofortress that was pulled from the National Level Reservoir of Air and Space Capability at Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz., to...
    The Drive to Give

    The Drive to Give

    07.15.2016 | Photo by Kelly White
    Kim Winburn, with the Defense Logistics Association, participated in the Oklahoma Blood Institute’s Blood Drive in Bldg. 3001 July 13. This is...
    Bomber modernization

    Bomber modernization

    10.16.2015 | Photo by Marlin Zimmerman
    Christi Blair builds up connections while Cody Jack references a technical drawing for a Combat Network Communications Technology (CONECT)...
    Engine test cell

    Engine test cell

    11.01.2013 | Photo by Mark Hybers
    The F135 Engine Test Adapter hanging in the "Cannon" T-9 test cell near Bldg. 9001. The Engine Test Adapter is what the F135 engine is mounted to...

    Recent Videos

    The AFSC Way

    The AFSC Way

    03.25.2013 | Video by Micah Garbarino
    Mr. Ross Marshall, Air Force Sustainment Center Executive Director, outlines the AFSC Way and why it is important to the success of the center and...

    Recent News Stories

    Upgraded B-1 departs Tinker

    01.23.2014 | Story by Mike Ray
    A B-1 Lancer that received the first Integrated Battle Station modification that features full color displays, moving maps and a new diagnostics system, departed Tinker Air Force Base on Tuesday en route to Dyess AFB, Texas, for testing and training.

    Increased unmanned aircraft workload on the horizon...

    11.22.2013 | Story by Micah Garbarino
    The Air Force Sustainment Center and General Atomics have reached an enterprise-level, public-private partnership agreement which allows the two organizations to partner in the maintenance of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), including the Predator/Reaper and the Army’s version of the aircraft, the “Gray Eagle.”