IMPORTANT NOTICE for PCS & deployment travelers to Spain: effective immediately, all passengers traveling via USTRANSCOM airlift bound for Spain must possess proof of a negative COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test.  The PCR test must be administered no earlier than 72 hours prior to projected arrival in Spain.  Travel to Spain will be denied to any passenger failing to meet this criteria.  Passengers must possess the original certificate or supporting document of the PCR test, written in Spanish and/or English, and presented in paper or electronic format.  The document must contain the following information: traveler's name, passport or ID number, test date, identification and contact details of the testing center that performed the analysis, the testing technique used, and a negative test result.  The Abbot Rapid ID testing (swab in nose, 15-min turnaround) currently being conducted at Baltimore and Seattle APOE passenger terminals DOES NOT satisfy the requirement.  This requirement does not apply to passengers who do not exit the plane.
IMPORTANT NOTICE for PCS & deployment travelers to Turkey: Effective 28 August 2020 until further notice. The Republic of Turkey requires all military and civilian personnel (DoD civilians and contractors supporting the U.S. military) entering Turkish military installations to be administered COVID Polymerase Chain Reaction testing within 72-hours prior to arrival in Turkey. Travelers should receive a COVID rapid PCR test no earlier than 48 hours before scheduled departure time from BWI and have 2 hard copies of results clearly documenting negative PCR results prior to departing their home station/region for BWI Airport. Please contact your Installation Deployment Readiness Center or your local Military or Civilian Personnel Section for further details.
In response to COVID-19 concerns, the Department of Defense issued domestic and international travel restrictions March 13 for all service members, DoD civilians, and their families assigned to DoD installations, facilities and surrounding areas within the United States and its territories. While the COVID-19 pandemic still presents risk, the improving conditions warrant a more conditions-based, phased approach to personnel movement and travel, yet unless all the conditions of the memo are met, the current stop movement will remain in effect. The conditions to resume unrestricted travel rests on two overarching factors: 1) state and/or regional criteria, based on the administration’s Opening Up America Again guidelines and 2) installation-level factors based on conditions surrounding DoD installations, facilities, and locations.
US TRANSPORTATION COMMAND NEWS RELEASE:  USTRANSCOM Guidance to the Joint Force Regarding use of Face Coverings in USTRANSCOM and AMC Passenger Terminals and Aircraft.  Read the USTC News Release and Briefing Card here.  On Apr. 14, 2020, U.S. Transportation Command directed the use of personally procured or self-made face coverings in all TRANSCOM and Air Mobility Command terminals and on all military or commercially contracted aircraft to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Additionally, AMC passenger terminals are conducting two tiered screening to include temperature checks and medical screening.  
As of 11 May 2020, Pillow & Blanket Service Has Been Permanently Terminated On All AMC Organic (e.g. C-17, C-5, etc.) Missions.  Commercial Charter Aircraft, (i.e. Patriot Express Missions) Have Suspended Pillow, Blanket & Hot Towel Service Indefinitely.  Passengers Are Encouraged to Bring Like-Items In Their Carry-On Luggage for Use During Air Travel.
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Welcome to the Air Mobility Command Travel Web Site.  Our site contains valuable information for both Official Travel and Space Available (Space-A) Travel.  We hope you will find this site useful for planning your travel with AMC.  Pet Travel information has also been provided to assist in preparing your pet for travel on the AMC Patriot Express flight or with one of our Commercial Airline partners.  The Space-A page contains a vast amount of information on Space-A Eligibility including 100% DAV criteria.  Space-A is a privilege that may offer substantial savings for your leisure travel.  My team strives to provide a wide variety of information for our travelers to use in while making their travel preparations for either a PCS/TDY or to just get away to that special location to relax and unwind.  Please take some time to explore this site.  If for some reason you do not find what you are looking for or have any questions concerning travel with AMC, please contact any AMC Passenger Terminal closest to your location for additional assistance.
 Brig Gen Richard W. Gibbs
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 Engineering and Force Protection

 

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