OC-ALC

AcronymDefinition
OC-ALCOklahoma City Air Logistics Center
OC-ALCOklahoma Air Logistics Complex (formerly Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center)
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Loren Reno, OC-ALC commander." It presents a tremendous opportunity for the air logistics center to improve the overall working environment for Team Tinker, and support our ability to secure the right workload for the ALC and help us better support the warfighter."
The OC-ALC senior leaders and KC-135 PDM management expressed interest in additional approaches to improve PDM operations and invited the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) to conduct this research.
Current OC-ALC hiring and operating regulations prohibit employees from formal cross-training.
Johnson II, Col Larry Spencer, ACC/FM Commander, Oklahoma Air Barbara Westgate, Air Force Dir Logistics Center (OC-ALC) of Programs Maj Gen Scott C.
OC-ALC. The weapon system focus of the OC-ALC PSCM implementation project is the F100 engine program, which provides propulsion for all F-15s and the majority of F-16s.
As the first major PSCM implementation effort within the Air Force, a cross-functional, organic team at OC-ALC is making significant headway applying the tenets of purchasing and supply chain management toward the F100 engine program.
The Air Force APS Pathfinder effort is a proof of concept, applying APS software within the Fl01 engine community at OC-ALC. The pilot is structured to provide information necessary for implementation planning and decisionmaking, testing the functional benefits and technical fit within the Air Force environment, and enabling collaboration with DLA and the original equipment manufacturers.
Conner, AFMC executive director, will replace Gabreski as the OC-ALC director.
The demand planning process, as described, was tested on a small scale at the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC), Tinker AFB, Oklahoma, in the F101 engine environment.
OC-ALC had developed an alternative to EXPRESS prioritization that relied on UMMIPS priorities.
Air Force partner at the F135 Heavy Maintenance Center (HMC) at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, celebrated another significant milestone qualification for F135 engine testing at the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex (OC-ALC).
The facility will be the first for Rolls-Royce at the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex (OC-ALC), one of the largest units within the Air Force Materiel Command, and the Air Force's Center of Excellence for jet propulsion.