The Air Force Community Partnership Program is a framework through which installation and community leaders are developing creative ways to leverage their capabilities and resources to focus on achieving reduced costs by finding shared value.  The AF process taps into the intellectual capital and innovative spirit of installation and community leaders to find creative ways to accomplish the Air Force mission and enhance communities. 

On November 14th, Selfridge Air National Guard Base held a key-passing ceremony with 140 distinguished guests and civic leaders to commemorate its newest tenant, the Eisenhower Veteran Care Transition Center. The Vet Center will provide a residential rehabilitation and reintegration program, ultimately capable of servicing 42 veteran patients suffering from service-related conditions. The center will be built in two phases.

The AFCP Program celebrated a major milestone during the Fall of 2018 with the execution of its 350th partnership. Dyess AFB  and the City of Abilene, Texas executed an Intergovernmental Support Agreement (IGSA) for  solid waste management services, in which Dyess is estimated to save $250,000 annually.

A new partnership between the Ohio National Guard and Clark State Community College will allow airmen from the 178th Wing to complete courses on base in Springfield, Ohio. Chief Master Sgt. Heidi Bunker, the 178th Wing commander chief said “We will build a new strong connection within our community as well as help the airmen continue their personal professional development. It’s a win-win.”

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