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  • Mobility Guardian 23 sharpens AFMC’s warfighter support

    Air Force Materiel Command logisticians have worked behind the scenes on Exercise Mobility Guardian 23 since Fall 2022 and are critical to the successful planning and execution of Air Mobility Command’s largest, and arguably most challenging, exercise in years. 

  • MacDill defender earns 12 OAY recognition

    Tech. Sgt. Michelle Fernandez, who currently serves as team lead for the marine patrol section in the 6th Security Forces Squadron at MacDill Air Force Base, was recognized as one of the 12 Outstanding Airmen for 2022.

  • 19 AW completes WAR Center maximum generation experiment

    LITTLE ROCK AIR FORCE BASE, Ark.—In conjunction with Air Mobility Command’s largest full spectrum readiness exercise in the Indo-Pacific region, Exercise MOBILITY GUARDIAN 2023 (MG23), the 19th Airlift Wing is conducting a series of local readiness related events to increase proficiency in current

  • Mobility Guardian 23 flies toward mission success

    Air Mobility Command (AMC) kicked off Mobility Guardian 2023 (MG23) at a sprint, rapidly setting the stage for deployment and mobilization. Now, as Airmen and Allied forces move into their next phase of employment, they are set to demonstrate Maximum Sustained Tempo and Combined Joint Force mission

  • Darwin XAB showcases integrated ally and partner interoperability

    Royal Australian Air Force Base Darwin, Australia, participated in Air Mobility Command’s Mobility Guardian 23 as an expeditionary hub for eight U.S. aircraft assigned to the 22nd and 92nd Air Refueling Wings conducting extensive endurance missions throughout the exercise.MG23 is a multi-national

  • Coalition Airdrop Efforts during Mobility Guardian 23

    During Air Mobility Command's largest exercise with Allies and partners, service members from several countries conducted coalition airdrops in the Indo-Pacific on July 12, 2023.Mobility Guardian 23 Airmen completed a plethora of mission-essential tasks, including coalition airdrops, Aeromedical

  • Precision takes practice

    U.S. Air Force Gen. Mike Minihan, Air Mobility Command commander, watches as a C-130J Super Hercules is offloaded during exercise Northern Edge 23-2 at Kadena Air Base, Japan, 7 July, 2023. This exercise provides the opportunity for U.S. military personnel to sharpen their skills and to practice

  • The 621st Contingency Response Group integrates with partners & Allies

    The 621st Contingency Response Group arrived at Andersen Air Base, Guam, July 1, 2023, for Air Mobility Command’s Mobility Guardian 23 exercise.MG23 allows Airmen from across Air Mobility Command to enhance readiness alongside six Allies and partners through testing agile combat employment,