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  • Robins transitions to HPCON Charlie

    Robins Air Force Base elevated its Health Protection Condition from Bravo+ to Charlie on Dec. 31 to continue combating the spread of the COVID-19 virus.Robins AFB transitioned to HPCON Charlie based on data, trends and recommendations from the 78th Medical Group Public Health.When the HPCON is C, or

  • Veterans Day message from the AFSC commander

    Veterans Day is a time to honor American veterans of all wars. Originally known as Armistice Day to commemorate the signing of the armistice that ended World War I, it wasn’t until 1954 that the holiday became Veterans Day.From those who made daily sacrifices to those who fought and died, the men

  • Air Force photo contest winners highlight family theme

    The Air Force recently announced its 2020 photo contest winners. The winners – first, second and third place in five categories – were among more than 600 entries submitted for the annual contest. Entries for this year’s competition with a theme of “We Are Family” were submitted during July.

  • Patriot Day Message from the Commander

    Nineteen years ago, our nation and our way of life came under attack on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. Nearly 3,000 fellow Americans were lost that day. What the terrorists intended to divide us wound up bringing us closer together.This year, we find ourselves struggling with a variety of issues

  • Labor Day Message to the Workforce

    Monday, we will celebrate Labor Day, a day to recognize you—the Air Force Sustainment Center workforce and its faithful work throughout the year. 2020 has tested us all, but your dedication and patriotism have shown through as you’ve fought through uncertainties and continued to meet mission

  • AFSC Commander Message on “Diversity and Inclusion”

    AFSC Commander Message on “Diversity and Inclusion”Teammates,Recent events have stimulated a necessary and overdue conversation about “Diversity and Inclusion” throughout all sectors of society, including our AFSC workplace....Your voice is an important contribution to the healthy discourse that is

  • Center begins phased return to full capacity

    The Air Force Sustainment Center is beginning a phased “Return to Full Capacity” at all of its locations after recent adjustments to operations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.Each wing and Complex within AFSC is implementing return measures informed by local public health conditions and

  • Return to full capacity: A message from the AFSC commander

    Teammates,Across the Air Force Sustainment Center, we are taking actions to “Return to Full Capacity.” During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have collectively adapted to considerable changes to how we operate our installations and work centers. Where the job can effectively be performed through