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  • Living the American dream: Paying it forward

    According to former President Harry S. Truman, “America was built on courage, on imagination and an unbeatable determination to do the job at hand.” That is a belief U.S. Air Force Capt. Mason Zhang, 60th Diagnostics & Therapeutic Squadron inpatient pharmacy chief, holds very dear to himself and his

  • AFROTC cadets take part in Multi-Detachment Exercise at Pope AAF

    In the early morning hours as the sun crests the horizon, a mixture of cadences can be heard across Pope Army Airfield. The cadences not delivered from active duty personnel, but cadets from seven Air Force Reserve Officer’ Training Corp (ROTC) detachments as they took part in a multi-detachment

  • Agility Across the Echelons: Spring Industry Preview 2024

    Air Mobility Command hosted nearly 400 DoD and Industry partners for the third iteration of Spring Industry Preview (SIP), April 16-17, 2024.This year, the focus was on agility and Contingency Response operations – being able to quickly establish and tear down air bases in any theater. AMC called on

  • PRESS RELEASE: Civilian employee fatality investigation results released

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASECivilian employee fatality investigation results releasedBy Headquarters Air Mobility Command Public Affairs / Published 24-04-12SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Illinois -- Air Mobility Command released the results of its investigation into an aircraft incident which resulted in the death

  • ’War Wagons’ expand AMC’s capabilities and efficiency in the Pacific

    Air Mobility Command demoed the Aircraft Battle Damage Repair (ABDR) Mobile Work Centers program, also known as “War Wagons,” here April 11, 2024.The program is launching this month with the first three trailers being employed in daily missions at Dover AFB, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, and Travis AFB,

  • FARP Rodeo trains for austere refueling

    Joint Base Charleston and North Auxiliary Field in South Carolina became the arena for the third annual Forward Area Refueling Point (FARP) Rodeo April 2-5. This event is a pivotal training ground where Air Force professionals from across the United States converge to sharpen their skills in FARP