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Two Air Force Commands to Build Airmen Framework Under New Partnership

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The Air Force Materiel Command entered into an agreement with the Air Force Combat Command to optimize communication capabilities between operational teams and program offices in a bid to help warfighters meet mission requirements.

The partnership will focus on developing a framework that will assist airmen in comprehending operational and maintenance standards for weapons systems during their lifecycle as part of the Lead Wing Collaboration program, the U.S. Air Force said Friday.

The program seeks to expand on previous agreements between the two commands and will conduct yearly reviews to validate if they can be incorporated into other weapon platforms or facilities.

“Strong lines of communication and a robust exchange of information between our operators and acquisition professionals is critical to delivering what the Air Force needs to succeed,” said Gen. Arnold Bunch, commander at AFMC.