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  • Conquering the Tyranny of Distance

    Air Combat Command and Air Mobility Command worked together at Nellis to officially kick off Bamboo Eagle 24-1 and complete the disaggregated exercise running Jan. 26 to Feb. 2.

  • 19th AW kicks off Gnarly Explodeo

    The 19th Airlift Wing kicked off the Gnarly Explodeo readiness exercise at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, Jan. 31, 2024.

  • AMC Announces Additional Awards for Operation Allies Refuge

    Air Mobility Command has awarded 12 Distinguished Flying Crosses, four Bronze Star Medals, 208 Air Medals and 73 Meritorious Service Medals for actions taken during Operation Allies Refuge from its second and final awards board held in November.

  • WAR Center conducts capstone event

    Airmen assigned to the 19th Airlift Wing participated in the Warrior Airmen Readiness Center capstone event to further prepare Airmen for combat scenarios at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, Dec. 15, 2023.

  • COMAMC: “We Will Not Go Back” AMC’s Top 23 of ’23

    Last year, I released The Mobility Manifesto, which asked our Airmen to go faster – Expect and Demand Victory!You responded...and much more! In fact, I am overwhelmed by the response of our Total Force. You showed the world courage, tenacity, and an aggressive will to win. The command showcased to

  • Herk Nation welcomes AMC first sergeant

    Chief Master Sgt. Trapper Otto, command first sergeant of Air Mobility Command, visited the Home of Herk Nation at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, Dec. 3-5, 2023.

  • SEAC Black tours MacDill AFB

    Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Troy E. Black toured MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, Dec. 12, 2023, to better understand the issues Airmen are facing, ensuring his ability to better advocate within his position.

  • Travis AFB leadership flies two new KC-46s to their new home

    In a stride toward modernizing the U.S. Air Force's air refueling capabilities, leadership from the 60th Air Mobility Wing, along with nearly 30 aircraft maintainers, boom operators and pilots, went to Boeing's military delivery center in Seattle, Wash., to receive the fifth and sixth KC-46A Pegasus