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  • Mobility Guardian evolves to move mobility enterprise forward

    Scott Air Force Base, Ill. -- The Final Planning Conference in preparation for Air Mobility Command’s premier, large-scale mobility exercise, Mobility Guardian 2019, concluded June 14 at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois.Mobility Guardian is scheduled to take place Sept. 8 – 28 and provides a realistic training environment for more than 2,500 Airmen,
  • Kross honored at Scott’s ATA Walk of Fame

    The Airlift/Tanker Association honored retired Gen. Walter Kross, former Air Mobility Command and United States Transportation Command commander, during an unveiling ceremony June 14 at its Walk of Fame here. Kross was the 30th Airman presented with either a bust or medallion at the location, which serves as a way to honor mobility Airmen for their contributions and their service to the nation.
  • CCAF sets end date for Professional Manager Certification

    The program termination comes after the Air Force Credentialing Opportunities On-Line has 31 civilian industry leadership and management professional certifications available to senior noncommissioned officers.
  • The 87th CES fire department proves to be the best

    JOINT BASE MCGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST, N.J. -- The 87th Civil Engineer Squadron fire department won the 2018 Department of Defense Annual Fire and Emergency Services Award for being the best large fire department.This award is given to departments with outstanding contributions to the installation, ensuring its community has a safe place to live on top
  • First KC-46 IOT&E flight successful

    On June 4, McConnell flew its first flight as part of the KC-46 Pegasus initial test and evaluation period.
  • Team Travis’ KC-10s escort A-10s, F-16s to Red Flag-Alaska

    Airmen and aircraft from the 60th Air Mobility Wing escorted other U.S. Air Force assets from Japan to Alaska ahead of Red Flag-Alaska 19-2, which began June 6.
  • Ensuring Rapid Global Mobility: Travis supports JBLM, March ARB

    Rapid global mobility is the ability to deliver on demand to any location on Earth. At Travis Air Force Base, California, home to the largest air mobility wing in the U.S. Air Force, Airmen in the 860th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron pride themselves on helping ensure Air Mobility Command can deliver American power anytime, anywhere.
  • KC-46A Pegasus to debut at International Paris Air Show

    MCCONNELL AIR FORCE BASE, Kansas -- The U.S. Air Force’s newest weapons system is set to make its international trade show debut June 17, when the KC-46 Pegasus arrives at the International Paris Air Show in Le Bourget, France. The McConnell-based KC-46 will be on display there through June 23, exposing both trade visitors and members of the
  • KC-46 completes testing with Super Galaxy

    The U.S. Air Force’s newest air refueling aircraft, the KC-46A Pegasus, is undergoing a variety of tests out of Edwards Air Force Base, California.
  • AMLO brings expertise to fight in Syria

    Thousands of miles from home, Airmen from the 621st Contingency Response Wing work day and night around the globe to establish a runway to support supplies and passengers. Operating under some of the most austere conditions, Air Mobility Liaison Officers from the 621st Mobility Support Operations Squadron are strategically placed to train, advise, and educate joint forces on every facet of mobility support operations.