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Our mission is to be the portal into Air Mobility Command where government and industry go to offer solutions to AMC's toughest problems. Our aim is to bridge the gap between various stakeholders including industry leaders, policymakers, researchers, and technology developers. By facilitating knowledge exchange, promoting partnerships, and addressing common challenges, we strive to accelerate the development and deployment of sustainable and efficient mobility solutions.
The Mobility Industry Liaison Office serves as a central hub that facilitates collaboration, communication, and coordination between Air Mobility Command and Industry/DoD Solution Providers. Its primary role is to intake requests and disseminate information in order to foster partnerships and bridge the gap between industry leaders, policymakers, researchers, and technology developers.
Specifically, the Mobility Industry Liaison Office engages in the following activities:
Overall, the Mobility Industry Liaison Office acts as a catalyst for progress in the mobility sector, bringing together key players, facilitating collaboration, and supporting the development and deployment of sustainable, efficient, and inclusive solutions.
Identified below are the AMC Directorates, roles, and responsibilities of AMC. Please review each role and responsibility summary before submitting your information to assist the MILO in properly coordinating your request with the most relevant Program manager and/or Subject Matter Expert office.
If you have established contact within a Directorate, please identify who you have previously been in contact with and provide a name if appropriate.
This involves the transport of troops, equipment, and supplies to various locations, including combat zones, disaster areas, and humanitarian missions. Airlift operations can be conducted using various aircraft, such as cargo planes, transport helicopters, or specialized platforms.
Enables long-range missions and extending the operational reach of aircraft. Refueling tankers connect with receiver aircraft, allowing them to replenish fuel mid-flight and stay airborne for extended periods.
Transportation of injured or ill personnel, known as aeromedical evacuation. Specially equipped aircraft are utilized to provide medical care and transport patients from the point of injury to medical facilities.
Ensures coordination, communication, and oversight of operations. This includes managing flight schedules, logistics, mission planning, and integrating with other branches and units involved in the overall mission.
Vital role in transporting equipment, supplies, and sustainment materials to support troops in the field.
A1: Directorate of Manpower and Personnel
A2: Directorate of Intelligence
A3/10: Directorate of Operations
A4: Directorate of Logistics
A5/8: Directorate of Strategic Plans, Requirements and Programs
A6: Directorate of Communications
A9: Directorate of Analyses, Assessments & Lessons
ST: Chief Scientist Office
CIG: Commander’s Innovation Group
AOC: Air Operations Center