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Commander’s Summit Applies CSAF Action Orders to Center Priorities

Group photo in front of AFSC Headquarters Building.

Commanders and command chiefs from every Air Force Sustainment Center wing and complex, along with staff two-letter directors, attended the AFSC Commander’s Summit held at Headquarters AFSC, Tinker Air Force Base, Okla., May 11 and 12.

TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, Okla. --

Commanders and command chiefs from every Air Force Sustainment Center wing and complex, along with staff two-letter directors, are returning to their units with a common vision after attending the AFSC Commander’s Summit held at Headquarters AFSC, Tinker Air Force Base, Okla., May 11 and 12.

Using the Chief of Staff of the Air Force’s Action Orders as a framework, leaders discussed strategy for addressing the most pertinent issues facing the AFSC today.

According to AFSC Commander Lt. Gen. Gene Kirkland, the goal of the summit was to align issues, document them, and develop solutions as a unified team.

“The readiness our center generates is more important now than ever,” he said. “The summit gave us the opportunity to consider matters from an enterprise-wide viewpoint and prioritize our team’s efforts.”

Attendees discussed initiatives directed at the workforce, diversity and inclusion efforts, digital transformation, developing Airmen and more.

“We are setting the stage for the Airmen of 2030 – 2040,” said AFSC Command Chief Master Sergeant David Flosi. “They are the bedrock of our center.”