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Donna L. Wolfe-Sholes, an AMC civic leader representing Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D., visits with Airmen from the 43rd Air Mobility Operations Group on Pope Army Airfield, N.C. Nov. 16, 2016. The visit was part of the AMC civic leader tour of the AMC mission at Pope AAF.  The tour provided insight into AMC’s prominent role enabling joint mission effects globally. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kristine Dreyer) AMC showcases joint rapid global mobility mission to civic leaders
Air Mobility Command hosted 25 civic leaders from around the command Nov. 15 -17, 2016, for an immersion into AMC’s mission at Pope Army Airfield, North Carolina, and to provide insight into its prominent role enabling joint mission effects globally.
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Default Air Force Logo C-17 Weapons Instructor Course relocates to JB Lewis-McChord
Air Mobility Command will save $12 million annually by moving a weapons squadron and weapons instructor course from New Jersey to Washington beginning the summer of 2017, officials announced Nov. 18.
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Dr. Joe Leverett receives the Tampa Bay Trophy during the 2016 Airlift Tanker Association convention in Nashville, Tennessee, Oct. 27, 2016. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Megan Friedl) Dr. Joe Leverett awarded Tampa Bay Trophy
SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. -- Dr. Joe Leverett received the Tampa Bay Trophy during the 48th Air Mobility Command and Airlift Tanker Association convention in Nashville, Tennessee, Oct. 27, 2016. The Tampa Bay Defense Alliance presents the trophy annually to an individual civic leader exhibiting sustained and enduring service to the community, Air
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Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James discusses modernization and how mobility Airmen enable the fight during the 48th Annual Airlift Tanker Association Convention in Nashville, Tennessee, Oct. 28, 2015. The symposium served as a key professional development forum for Mobility Air Forces Airmen by enabling direct access to senior mobility leaders and fostering an environment encouraging open dialogue and honest discussions. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Melissa Estevez) SECAF reiterates focus on modernization, efficiency
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James took the stage Oct. 28, at the 48th annual Air Mobility Command and Airlift/Tanker Association Symposium to address the Air Force’s priority to maintain mission readiness and promote modernization in the coming years. With increasing global threats , James reiterated her emphasis on
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U.S. Marines with the Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force-Southern Command board a C-17 Globemaster III cargo aircraft at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, Oct. 8, 2016, for a deployment to Port-au-Prince, Haiti where they will augment approximately 150 other Soldiers, Airmen and Marines from Joint Task Force-Bravo and SPMAGTF-SC who deployed earlier this week with two CH-53E Super Stallion, three CH-47 Chinook, and two UH-60L and two HH-60L Black Hawk helicopters to provide heavy and medium lift to support the U.S. Agency for International Development-led mission. While in Haiti, SPMAGTF-SC and JTF-Bravo personnel are part of Joint Task Force Matthew, a temporary command established by SOUTHCOM in Port-au-Prince, under the command of U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Cedric Pringle, to coordinate and execute the combined Department of Defense supporting elements that include the Marine and Army aircraft from Soto Cano and ships and aircraft from the Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. David Liapis) Mobility Air Forces enable JTF-Bravo deployment to Haiti
U.S. Air Force heavy airlift was called upon to support approximately 200 Soldiers, Airmen and Marines from Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force-Southern Command and Joint Task Force-Bravo who deployed this week with two CH-53E Super Stallion, three CH-47 Chinook, and two UH-60L and two HH-60L Black Hawk helicopters to provide heavy and medium lift to support the U.S. Agency for International Development-led mission to alleviate human suffering and bolster Haitian disaster response capabilities.
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Tech. Sgt. Jesse Foor, 436th Aerial Port Squadron Air Transportation Standardization and Evaluations Program evaluator, observes Senior Airman Evan Hodges, 436th APS special cargo processor, during an ATSEP evaluation, July 26, 2016, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. The 436th APS was selected to launch the AMC pilot ATSEP program July 1. All AMC aerial port squadrons are expected to adopt the program by September, 2016. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Aaron J. Jenne.) Aerial Port launches AMC evaluation program
The Air Force places a premium on safety, adherence to guidelines and compliance with regulations. A new Air Mobility Command initiative aims to improve an existing Aerial Port evaluation program by aligning it with the Air Force Inspection System standards and terminology. The 436th Aerial Port Squadron was selected to pilot the inaugural Air Transportation Standardization and Evaluations Program, which brings significant changes to the way evaluations are conducted and the data collected. The squadron rolled out the new program July 1, 2016.
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Capt. Damien Miller, 375th Aeromedical Evacuation Sqaudron flight nurse, is part of the Canadian Air Force and is stationed at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Miller is at Scott AFB as part of the officer exhange program he learned about during an AE course run by the Canadian Armed Forces. (U.S. Photo Illustration by Airman Daniel Garcia) Canadian officer gains experience through aeromedical evacuation exchange program
Growing up, Capt. Damien Miller’s father was in the Royal Canadian Air Force, so he became used to constantly moving around and calling any place he ended up with his family “home.” In 2004, Miller followed in his father’s footsteps, commissioning as an officer in the RCAF himself. In 2012 he pursued a path in aeromedical evacuation after eight
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Aircrew and ground personnel conduct a pre-flight check at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada July 18, 2015 during exercise Red Flag. The aircrew went on to refuel several exercise participants. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. David Salanitri) MacDill aircrews enable Red Flag 16-3

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The final design of the Rapid Response Distribution Device included an uninterruptible power supply that provides power in the case of a power outage, a patch panel that allows reconfiguration without having to permanently change the box setup and keeps network equipment concealed from customers so switches cannot be modified, resulting in a system that is easy to store and transport when required. The Airmen from the 92nd Communications Squadron have built around five of these devices, enough to support up to 240 computers. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nick J. Daniello) New mobile system boosts network capabilities at Fairchild
Technicians at the 92nd Communications Squadron Network Infrastructure shop here have developed a way to rapidly introduce network capabilities to customers who need network access quickly.
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Default Air Force Logo Detachment standardizes aeromedical qualification training for Total Force
Airmen across the Air Force assigned to 31 aeromedical evacuation squadrons must complete vigorous training to provide life-saving in-transit care on fixed wing aircrafts.The 375th Air Mobility Wing’s newest Formal Training Unit, Detachment 4, located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, is the only hub for this distinctive training. The unit
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