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AFLCMC

The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center is one of six centers reporting to the Air Force Materiel Command. Led by a 3-star general officer, AFLCMC provides holistic management of weapon systems across its life cycle, simplifying and consolidating staff functions and processes to curtail redundancy and enhance efficiency. AFLCMC's operating structure provides an integrated framework for decision-making and process optimization across the weapon system life cycle. Adherence to AFLCMC guiding principles of speed with discipline, trust and confidence, and unity of purpose enables AFLCMC personnel to meet its goals.

PEO Digital

Program Executive Office Digital's charter can be boiled down to one word: Innovation.

The mission of the PEO Digital is to deliver and support battle management systems in partnership with users and industry. Led by the Air Force Program Executive Officer for Digital, Mr. Steven Wert, the directorate reports to both the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Washington, D.C., and the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.

Digital oversees a wide range of programs, from weapons systems to network communications, as well as anti-drone technology, digital engineering and software development – all in an effort to modernize the way warfighters execute its missions.

Digital Fast Facts

  • 3,500 Airmen, government civilians and support contractors
  • $19 billion portfolio
  • Digital acquisition professionals manage multi-million dollar weapons systems, small singular other transaction authorities and everything in between
  • Reports directly to the Air Force acquisition executive
  • Headquartered at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass.
  • Units and personnel located throughout the world

PEO C3I&N

Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence and Networks enables every single Air Force mission, because its job is to build networks on which information moves at the speed of relevance.

C3I&N provides our Nation with better eyes and ears by ensuring every piece of technology we own can communicate seamlessly. It builds the information-sharing architecture combatant commanders require to make life-and-death decisions.

Led by Maj. Gen. Michael Schmidt, C3I&N is committed to implementing a culture that embodies key Air Force priorities such as Digital Engineering and Transformation, a DevSecOps environment, Advanced Battle Management System and the “Air Force We Need” at all levels of the organization.

C3I&N Fast Facts

  • 2,400 Airmen, government civilians and support contractors
  • $12 billion portfolio
  • Responsible for joint and coalition cyberspace, networks, cryptologic and data link systems
  • Reports directly to the Air Force acquisition executive
  • Headquartered at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass.
  • Units and personnel located throughout the world

AFNWC

 

The Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center is the nuclear-focused center within Air Force Materiel Command synchronizing all aspects of nuclear materiel management on behalf of the AFMC commander in direct support of Air Force Global Strike Command. According to the AFNWC Commander, the nuclear business is the strategic foundation supporting the entire Department of Defense. All of the strategies are rooted first in strategic deterrence, and there is no strategic deterrence without credible, reliable command and control systems.

 

NC3

Established October 1, 2015, the Program Executive Office for Nuclear Command, Control and Communications is a small office with a large mission. Led by Col. Amanda Kato, the organization focuses on critical C3 systems such as sophisticated radio systems, receivers and more that allow the rapid and accurate passing of emergency action messages.

NC3 Fast Facts

  • 432 Airmen, government civilians and support contractors
  • $14 billion portfolio
  • Responsible for integration of the NC3 weapon system across the Air Force, including configuration management, system testing, verification and certification
  • PEO reports directly to the Air Force acquisition executive
  • Headquartered at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., with personnel at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico; Barksdale AFB, Louisiana; Hill AFB, Utah; Los Angeles AFB, California; Robins AFB, Georgia; Tinker AFB, Oklahoma; and Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.