AFNWC

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AFNWCAir Force Nuclear Weapons Center (US Air Force)
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The Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center is the contracting activity.
Heath Collins, GBSD program manager at the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center. "The GBSD program is a full recapitalization of the weapon system." It will include a new flight system, a new command-and-control system and modernized launch systems, he noted.
Carlson is the Chief of ICBM Program Control, ICBM Systems Directorate, Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Hill Air Force Base, Utah.
NUCLEAR SUPPORT AIR FORCE NUCLEAR WEAPONS CENTER (AFNWC)
In early January 2013, the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center issued
The large class second stage was designed, fabricated and tested by Aerojet Rocketdyne for the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center at Hill AFB under a demonstration contract which required use of available technologies applicable to multiple future common strategic propulsion systems.
The contract is managed from the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center at Hill Air Force Base.
* Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center. Kirtland AFB, N.M., delivers safe, secure, reliable and effective nuclear capabilities for the warfighter through: technology, acquisition, test and sustainment, readiness and science and engineering excellence.
Additional oversight and accountability of the nuclear enterprise is being provided by the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center as the consolidated focal point for nuclear weapons life cycle management, dedicated to providing war-winning nuclear capabilities on time and on cost.
"We have a cross-functional team from AFMC headquarters, the air logistics centers and the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center that is working these issues on a daily basis," the colonel said.
The creation of Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC), the Strategic Deterrence and Nuclear Integration Directorate (AF/A10), and the strengthening of the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center (AFNWC) will ensure that the Air Force has the proper organizational structure to manage, sustain, develop, and represent the Air Force nuclear enterprise.
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