News Search

  • Gen. Richardson visits Kirtland

    Members from Team Kirtland salute Gen. Duke Z. Richardson, Air Force Materiel Command commander, as he arrives at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., Feb. 22, 2024. Richardson conducted his second year immersion with the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center and Air Force Research Laboratory, where they went

  • Air Force to update ground support equipment

    The U.S. Air Force is in the process of modernizing the ground support equipment used to service, maintain and load aircraft between flights.The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Support Equipment and Vehicles Division is leading efforts to develop and field two new bomb loaders and a

  • Air Force to field new body armor carrier systems for aircrew

    U.S. Air Force aircrew operating across 20 different rotor, tilt-wing, and fixed-wing aircraft – including but not limited to CV-22s, HH-60s, C-130s, and C-17s – will receive new body armor carrier systems as part of an effort to update and replace older models.

  • Zero-Emission Vehicle demonstration held to meet Air Force guidance

    The AFSC Small Business Office coordinated an electrical vehicle technology demonstration on February 28 with a local-area zero emissions vehicle manufacturer and AFSC leaders and partners which included Tinker AFB vehicle control officers for the maintenance groups and Mr. Jeffrey Sick, AFSC

  • Gen. Richardson and AFMC civic leaders visit Kirtland

    Gen. Duke Z. Richardson, commander of Air Force Materiel Command, and AFMC civic leaders pose in front of a CV-22 during a visit to Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., Nov. 8, 2022. This visit strengthened relationships and empowered civic leaders with strategic perspectives on Air Force issues. (U.S.

  • AFRL NM STEM Academy “HOPES- Mission to Mars” is going virtual

    The Air Force Research Laboratory New Mexico STEM Academy will be hosting its second virtual “Mission to Mars” for 5th grade students. Students are invited to participate in five months of activities, centered on planning a simulated manned-mission to Mars.