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  • Airmen graduate from Tinker Airman Leadership School

    Thirty-seven Airmen recently graduated from Tinker’s Airman Leadership School.Graduates are: 137th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron            Senior Airman Yulissa Triana   155th Airlift SquadronSenior Airman John Lagrone   185th Logistics Readiness SquadronSenior Airman Raymond Lange   507th Maintenance SquadronSenior Airman Bennie Baker 552nd Air
  • E-3 modification program reaches milestone

    A special ceremony took place in the 552nd Air Control Wing’s Maintenance Dock 3 June 24th recognizing the E-3 Internet Protocol Enabled Communications program’s half-way point. During the ceremony key program workers received certificates and program coins for their efforts to deliver increased communications capability to Air Combat Command’s
  • 552nd ACW welcomes new Commander

    On June 11, America’s Wing welcomed back one of its own as the new commander.Col. Alain Poisson, who served as commander of the 552nd Operations Group from 2014-2016, replaced Col. Geoffrey Weiss as the the 552nd Air Control Wing commander during a ceremony here.Poisson is now responsible for Air Combat Command’s fleet of the E-3 Sentry, Airborne
  • Commander, 552nd Air Control Wing, enjoys final flight

    Col. Geoffrey Weiss, the Commander of the 552nd Air Control Wing here, had his final Airborne Warning and Control System flight on May 31.At many military locations, it is typical for commanders to be recognized with a final fight, or a fini-flight, by their unit. This is where a pilot or other aircrew member completes their final mission in their
  • AWACS CTF leads 2019 Astral Knight exercise

    Tinker’s E-3 Airborne Warning and Control System Combined Test Force will play a major role in an overseas exercise that promotes readiness for any possible threat.The Astral Knight joint exercise, which started earlier this month, will involve Airmen, Soldiers and Sailors from the United States, as well as service members from Croatia, Italy and
  • 965th AACS honors one of its own

    Capt. Andrew K. Gordon, an E-3 air battle manager, is remembered by his colleagues as the epitome of what it means to be an Airman.“We talk about integrity first and service before self and excellence in all we do. We talk about how we should be and Andrew was the epitome of that,” Capt. Kalan Clark with the 965th Airborne Air Control Squadron
  • True Grit: Perseverance is a conscious choice

    Master Sgt. Shawn Cleophas with the 552nd Maintenance Group is the Superintendent of Continuous Improvement and works to improve the group and its subordinate units on a daily basis.“Our office is the commander’s arm for process improvement, innovation and special interest projects that help boost the morale of the people in the group,” Cleophas
  • AGE: more than a behind-the-scenes operation

    The Aerospace Ground Equipment flight at Tinker Air Force Base is a silent but important partner, in the overall mission.According to the AGE section chief, Tech. Sgt. Ryan Dunlap, the flight is within the 552nd Maintenance Group, and maintains equipment such as hydraulic test stands, diesel generators, gas turbine generators, air conditioning