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  • Air Force, Army showcase joint capabilities during Mobility Guardian

    ALPENA, Mich. -- Air Mobility Command partnered with the Kentucky and Michigan Army National Guard to transport and deploy M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems during Exercise Mobility Guardian, May 15-27, 2021.Mobility Guardian includes AMC’s first large-scale training on Agile Combat Employment, setting the standard for the role mobility
  • Multi-capable Airmen sustain strategic deterrence during Mobility Guardian

    After 28 years, Airmen once again flew tankers out of Oscoda; moreover, they sustained the strategic deterrence mission by providing on-site support services during Exercise Mobility Guardian, May 15-27, 2021. 
  • Mobility Guardian 2021: AMC tankers train data link communication system, extend strategic deterrence capability

    OSCODA, Mich. -- Airmen and tankers from across Air Mobility Command participated in Exercise Mobility Guardian 2021 to test cutting-edge tactics and concepts at Oscoda-Wurtsmith Airport, May 15-27, 2021. Aircrew and mission planners operating KC-135 Stratotankers, KC-10 Extenders and the KC-46 Pegasus came together for AMC’s premier readiness
  • 621st AMOS tests WSS capability during Mobility Guardian 2021

    Imagine having the ability to manage aircraft and 1,800 people all from 850 miles away. That’s exactly what the “Mobsters” will be doing during Air Mobility Command’s premier, large-scale mobility exercise.
  • Patient Care at forefront as 908th ASTS Participates in Wing-Wide Exercise

    The 908th Aeromedical Staging Squadron took part in a simulated casualty care exercise here in late March. The exercise took place as part of the larger exercise Auburn Tide, a wing wide demonstration of pre-deployment readiness. The role of the ASTS is to establish and operate aeromedical staging facilities and develop critical care air transport teams. During this exercise, ASTS assessed, treated and transported “casualties” with various medical emergencies ranging from physical trauma to mental health crises.
  • Travis Airmen observe AAPI Heritage Month with fly-in and community outreach

    In recognition of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, a predominantly AAPI aircrew from Travis Air Force Base, California, flew a heritage mission May 14-16 to King County International Airport-Boeing Field, Seattle, Washington.
  • 931st ARW refuels the joint force during NE21

    Airmen with the 931st Air Refueling Wing (ARW) premiered the KC-46A Pegasus aircraft and its capabilities during Exercise Northern Edge 2021 (NE21) — a U.S. only joint-field training exercise held above the Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex and in the Gulf of Alaska during May 3-14, 2021.
  • Risk Management - the key to a safe and enjoyable summer

    The Department of the Air Force reminds Airmen and Guardians to apply sound risk management when enjoying outdoor and recreational activities with family and friends this summer. The summer focus period runs from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.
  • 19th AW C-130J crew awarded for heroism on deployment

    On May 10, a C-130J Super Hercules aircrew from the 61st Airlift Squadron was awarded one Distinguished Flying Cross and three Air Medals for their decisive actions and outstanding airmanship displayed under hazardous conditions while deployed to Afghanistan on Sept. 19, 2020.
  • 305th AMW takes off for Mobility Guardian

    The 305th Air Mobility Wing participated in Mobility Guardian, the Air Force’s largest and longest exercise, that ensures Air Mobility Command’s ability to provide Rapid Global Mobility.