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  • AFSO21 Reading list THE TOYOTA WAY

    THE TOYOTA WAY by Jeffrey K. Liker Overview: The Toyota Production System (TPS) is often referred to as "lean" or "lean production" and focuses on defining customer demands, identifying value-added steps, and eliminating waste. TPS is based on 14 management principles which are all tied together by the Kaizen principle of continuous improvement.
  • AFSO21 Reading list -- Lean Thinking

    Lean Thinking, Dan Jones and Jim Womack Overview: The authors provided a comprehensive review of the principles that guide lean thinking as well as step-by-step instructions on how to develop an action plan for managing lean initiatives in both service and manufacturing firms. Personal Evaluation: The book was well organized, defining the terms and
  • Team Mildenhall Sports Page

    Hello sports fans! Welcome to the Team Mildenhall Sports and Information section where you'll find comprehensive information on all outdoor and indoor sports and recreational activities offered on and off the base.The fitness centers offer a variety of activities to include basketball, softball and flag football to name a few. In edition to team
  • Patience key to 727th AMS 2-1 defeat over 100th LRS-1

    Patience was the key as the 727th Air Mobility Squadron defeated the 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron's team 1, 2-1 in intramural soccer at the Northside gym April 2. The AMS team started its game against the LRS team by playing some neat soccer, and they were rewarded nine minutes into the game when Pete Webb tucked the ball away in the bottom
  • 100th Services Squadron defeats 100th Air Refueling Wing 8-6

    100th Services Squadron defeated the 100th Air Refueling Wing 8-6 in a soccer game at the Northside Fitness Center March 8. The 100th SVS were down in the first 10 minutes of the game, but relied on the firepower of Bruce Richardson and Darren Middleton to bring them home in a close contest.Bruce Richardson scored five goals and Darren Middleton
  • Air Force Assistance Fund campaign in full swing

    The Air Force Assistance Fund campaign helps Airmen help its own, and from now until April 18, the campaign is in full swing. The effort, now in its 34th year, supports Active duty, Reserve, Guard and retired Air Force members who are facing personal hardships from deployments, accidents, illness or death. It supports four organizations, all
  • April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

    During April, RAF Mildenhall will participate in Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This annual event provides the base population with an opportunity to increase knowledge and promote prevention of the crime of sexual assault through special events and public education. This year's theme for SAAM is "Stand Up Against Sexual Assault ... Make a
  • Calendar of Earth Week events announced

    There will be a number of events at RAFs Mildenhall and Lakenheath to celebrate this year's Earth Week. The following is a list of scheduled events:Adopt-A-Highway 9 a.m. to noon, April 23, 25, 27, and noon to 3 p.m., April 24 and 26.  Teams of volunteers will clean up a stretch of the A1065 Highway adjacent to RAF Lakenheath. For more information,
  • AFSO21 -- Why should I care?

    What to know: To find out more about Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century, or to highlight problems, contact your wing or group change managers: Lt. Col. Larry Walker (100th Air Refueling Wing), 238-7132; Maj. Bill Covert (100th Operations Group); 238-8604, Chief Master Sgt. Brian Ward (100th Mission Support Group), 238-4340; or Senior
  • Make this year 'the year of why'

    The "Year of Compliance" is finally coming to a close. After a multitude of inspections - Information Assurance, Air Traffic System Evaluation, Weather, Aircrew Standardization and Evaluation, and of course, Unit Compliance - you can finally look forward to a well-deserved respite. And you earned that respite, earning an overall "Excellent" in our
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