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Map of Air Force Sustainment Center Locations in the USA

Our mission is carried out in locations across the country. Explore our three primary locations below, and start thinking about where you’ll help us keep the nation ready for anything.

Click on the pins below to find out more about our locations.

Ogden, Utah

Hill AFB

75th Air Base Wing, 84th Combat Sustainment Wing, 309th Maintenance Wing

Hill AFB

Ogden, UT, is a small community located about four miles from Hill Air Force Base, nestled at the foot of the Wasatch Mountain Range and in close proximity to several world-class ski resorts. The town offers our employees an ideal location to live right near where they work. The laid-back atmosphere and low population makes the town a prime getaway for visitors.

Fast Facts

Located 40 miles north of Salt Lake City, many have ranked Ogden as one of the most affordable metro areas to buy a home. The city offers an enviable combination: incomes are 10% higher than the national median, while home prices are about 14% lower.

Residents of Ogden delight in its quality public transit systems. The TRAX trolley system runs to stations throughout Salt Lake City while the FrontRunner commuter train serves the area from just north of Ogden to Salt Lake City.

Attractions in the Ogden area include the Hill Aerospace Museum, Fort Buenaventura, and many outdoor recreation options the mountains provide such as hiking, camping, biking, skiing, snowboarding, sledding and hunting.

Top Destinations

Discover Salt Lake City, Utah and countless entertainment opportunities like Sundance Film Festival, the NBA’s Utah Jazz, Salt Lake City International Jazz Festival and more.

Experience the outdoors. SKI magazine continues to rank Ogden ski destinations such as Snow Basin Resort, Powder Mountain and Wolf Mountain as the best of the best places for Alpine skiing. Not a skier? Not a problem!

  • less than a day’s drive from 11 national parks
  • adjacent to 170,000 acres of national forest
  • home to 20 or more federally maintained campgrounds
  • within the area, there are more than 13,000 acres of fresh water

Explore Eccles Dinosaur Park. What makes this dinosaur park unique is the realistic dinosaur statues scattered through several acres of scenic outdoor walking paths and playgrounds.

Working at Hill AFB

Hill AFB is home to many operational and support missions, the largest of which is the Ogden Air Logistics Complex (OO-ALC). Our scope of responsibility includes cost, schedule and quality of depot repair; and maintenance, repair, overhaul and modification of Air Force aircraft such as the F-16 Fighting Falcon, A-10 Thunderbolt II, F-22 Raptor, the Minuteman ICBM system, and a variety of commodities (landing gear, wheels, brakes, secondary power systems, hydraulics and pneudraulics, and composites) and software systems, as well as aircraft storage and regeneration.

With the focus on systems and software here at OO-ALC, we rely on highly skilled IT specialists and computer engineers with a wide range of skills to compliment the program managers, and contracts and financial specialists who are crucial to our success.

Visit the Air Force OO-ALC page to learn more about the work performed at OO-ALC.


  • B-2 Spirit
  • F-16 Fighting Falcon
  • A-10 Thunderbolt II
  • F-35 Lightning

Warner Robins, GA

Robins AFB

Robins AFB

Robins AFB is the center of the Warner Robins, Georgia community. The community is incredibly strong and built around the base, its employees, and supporting industries. The city of Warner Robins offers the best of the South and is known as the International City because of its diverse population. It also boasts numerous recreational opportunities public parks, many choices in entertainment, shopping and a very active local arts community.

Fast Facts

Wired magazine singled the city out for its large number of people with advanced degrees.

The city is home to the Southeast Region Headquarters of Little League Baseball and Softball. Also, not to brag, but Warner Robins is the only Little League to have won both a baseball and a softball Little League title.

Warner Robins, GA has at least 2,000 merchants with a selection that rivals neighboring, big city Macon, with two malls , and two dozen shopping centers that include outlet stores and antique stores within city limits.

Warner Robins is located in the heart of Central Georgia, only a short drive to Macon, less than two hours from Atlanta, and a short, half-day trip to both the Georgia mountains and the beautiful Gulf Coast of Florida.

Learn about the men and women who made aviation history at the Museum of Aviation. With more than 200,000 square feet of exhibits, Warner Robins is home to one of the largest aviation museums in the United States. The venue offers an abundance of fun — 1,200-seat capacity civic center, air show, festivals, arts, crafts, Little Theatre, car shows and youth sports all in one place — and, did we mention it’s free?

Experience the variety of outdoor activities Central Georgia has to offer. Whether you stay on base, enjoying Robins’ four fishing areas, or travel to one of the many large lakes nearby, you’ll have access to fishing, skiing, camping, water sports and more. Gulf and Atlantic beaches are short drives away, as are the mountains of Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina. The mild climate makes for year-round outdoor opportunities.

Enrich your future and your family’s by taking advantage of the excellent education opportunities nearby. Central Georgia offers a vast array of colleges and universities within driving distance, for pursuit of undergraduate and graduate degrees. And the Houston County Board of Education is well known for K-12 excellence.  

Discover your artistic side. Stop by the Warner Robins Little Theatre and the Children's Theatre catch a live performance of classic productions or visit Warner Robins Art Gallery to enjoy works from local artists.

Working at Robins AFB

Robins Air Force Base is the largest industrial complex in Georgia, covering more than 6,934 acres, including Georgia’s largest runway —12,000 feet long by 300 feet wide.

Warner Robins Air Logistics Center (WR-ALC) maintains and sustains more than 200 weapon systems and deploys combat-ready forces.

Engineering, financial management and contracting personnel at WR-ALC provide capability and capacity to support peacetime maintenance requirements, wartime emergency demands, aircraft battle damage repair, and are a ready source of maintenance of critical items.


Visit the Air Force WR-ALC site to learn more about the work performed at WR-ALC, including depot level and unscheduled maintenance, engineering support and software development for weapon and aircraft systems including the F-15 Fighting Falcon, C-5 Galaxy, C-130 Hercules and C-17 Globemaster.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Tinker AFB

72d Air Base Wing

Tinker Air Force Base is located in the heart of Oklahoma just five miles from downtown Oklahoma City. Named in honor of Native American and Oklahoman General Clarence L. Tinker, the local area is a unique blend of natural beauty and vibrant Native American culture set in one of America’s fastest-growing communities.

Beyond supporting our nation’s Air Force, the Oklahoma City area is home to many industries – from agriculture to energy to state government, and from health care to manufacturing to education, the area offers a wide range of job opportunities for spouses and children and lifestyle activities for the whole family. You’ll find great shopping, excellent schools and nice neighborhoods. 

Fast Facts:

Forbes Magazine ranked Oklahoma City as America's Most Affordable City.

Known as a recession-proof city, it has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation.

Oklahoma City is leading the way in America's energy independence. 

The Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant is one of the NBA's most decorated athletes. He's won three NBA scoring titles, the NBA Rookie of the Year Award and an Olympic Gold medal. He has also been selected to four All-NBA teams and four All-Star teams.

One of downtown Oklahoma City's biggest landmarks is the Crystal Bridge, an I.M. Pei-designed structure in the Myriad Botanical Gardens.

Explore beautiful vistas and rambling trails at Oklahoma’s most enchanting park, Will Rogers Gardens.

Enjoy cultural experiences from the Oklahoma City Philharmonic to the Oklahoma City Ballet to touring Broadway performances at the Civic Center. During the summer months, you can take in Shakespeare in the Park. Oklahoma City is also home to many fine art, history and special interest museums. Learn more from the Chamber of Commerce.

Have fun fishing, sailing, hiking or biking at the many nearby lakes and state parks.

Cheer on the NBA’s Oklahoma City Thunder, or take in an Oklahoma City Redhawks baseball game or an Oklahoma City Barons hockey game. And if college sports are more your speed, try the University of Oklahoma Sooners or Oklahoma State Cowboys. You can also try your hand with rowing with Oklahoma City Riversport.

Experience the latest in entertainment, shopping and dining in Bricktown.

On-Base Support

Enjoy amenities like Tinker’s 18-hole championship golf course, child development programs, on-base support centers and more. Many on-base amenities are available to civilian personnel and their families, too.

Working at Tinker

Tinker Air Force Base is home to AFSC headquarters, where the management work for the Center occurs. This covers execution and consolidation oversight of maintenance and supply chain activities as well as installation support for Tinker.

The Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex (OC-ALC), the largest of the three Air Logistics Centers in the Air Force Materiel Command, is also located here. OC-ALC is primarily an engine shop, putting the efforts of the largest ALC to work sustaining and maintaining weapon system engines. In addition, we perform programmed depot maintenance on the C/KC-135 tanker, B-1B and B-52 bombers and E-3 surveillance aircraft. Whether you’re managing a program or applying engineering expertise, your work at Tinker affects the entire Air Force Sustainment Center.


C/KC-135, B-1B, B-52 and E-3 aircraft.

Maintenance, repair and overhaul of F100, F101, F108, F110, F118, F119 and TF33 engines for the Air Force, Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, Navy and foreign military sales.

Tinker is also home to several Air Force and Navy wings and specialty focus groups that work to keep our nation’s command, communications, cyberspace capabilities and more, working at the highest level possible. For more information on Tinker AFB, their tenants and activities, visit Tinker AFB online.

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