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Tinker Air Force Base's diversity programs offer culture to base employees, families

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'Rosie the Riveter' rolls up her sleeve in this bronze bust symbolizing the contributions to the war-effort made during and after World-War II by women at the Douglas Aircraft manufacturing plant in Oklahoma City and later at the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex at Tinker Air Force Base. One group on base that promotes diversity and inclusion represents federally employed women. [U.S. Air Force photo/Greg L. Davis]
'Rosie the Riveter' rolls up her sleeve in this bronze bust symbolizing the contributions to the war-effort made during and after World-War II by women at the Douglas Aircraft manufacturing plant in Oklahoma City and later at the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex at Tinker Air Force Base. One group on base that promotes diversity and inclusion represents federally employed women. [U.S. Air Force photo/Greg L. Davis]
No matter the business, teamwork matters. That has been especially true historically when it comes to supporting the nation’s warfighters across the globe, and it is something the men and women who work at Tinker Air Force Base strive to realize every day. From African-Americans to born and raised Okies, from Native Americans to Hispanics...
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