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  • 9th AS sees clearly following oxygen mask testing

    An Air Mobility Command Test and Evaluation Squadron team visited Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, June 14-15, 2021, to test the capabilities of the modified 358 Quick Don Demist oxygen mask.
  • Air Force releases Bridge Tanker Sources Sought Announcement

    The Air Force is seeking companies that have the capability to deliver commercial derivative tanker aircraft to supplement the Air Force tanker aircraft fleet at the end of KC-46A production.
  • CRW adds new UTC to increase CBRN readiness

    When disaster strikes, whether natural like a tornado or manufactured like a chemical attack, it's nice to know there are people trained to respond. Good news! Air Mobility Command recently added emergency management capabilities to the 621st Contingency Response Wing.
  • C-130 pilot students conduct Joint Forcible Entry Training in class 21A WSINT

    Pilots and aircrew recently flew 26 C-130 variant models from Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, to Nellis AFB, Nevada for a Joint Forcible Entry sortie to culminate their extensive training at the U.S. Air Force Weapons School.
  • Team Dover tops AMC in AFAF participation

    Dover Air Force Base recently wrapped up its 2021 Air Force Assistance Fund campaign, raising a total of $22,876. The campaign kicked off March 1, 2021, and finished April 23, 2021. Despite many Team Dover Airmen still teleworking, this year’s campaign finished with 233 individual contributors, placing Dover AFB first in Air Mobility Command for active duty participation and 10th Air Force wide.
  • CSAF, CMSAF visit MacDill Airmen

    The top brass and leaders of the Department of the Air Force, the Air Force Chief of Staff, Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr., and Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force JoAnne S. Bass, held an all call with Airmen and Guardians at the base theater, June 11.
  • 908th Proves Readiness for Wing’s Largest Deployment during Exercise Auburn Tide

    For more than a year now the 908th Airlift Wing has been faced with the task of figuring out how to protect its members and their families from COVID-19 while still being able to answer the nation’s call when it comes. One of the first things the wing commander, Col. Craig Drescher, said in readjusting the wing’s priorities was that, “we have to find a way to lean forward and still accomplish and preserve as much of the mission as possible.” In the last year, the wing has taken the commander’s words to heart, as it knew it was facing the largest deployment in the history of the 908th AW this year. To help showcase the wing’s motto, “Readiness in Strength,” the 908th held a wing-wide exercise in conjunction with one of the many monthly tactical airlift training weeks it has had in the past year.
  • 19th AW enhances interoperability during MG21

    More than 170 Airmen and four C-130J Super Hercules assigned to the 19th Airlift Wing recently returned home after participating in Air Mobility Command’s largest and longest running training event, Mobility Guardian 2021, at Alpena Combat Training Readiness Center, Michigan, May 15-27.
  • 6th MXS NDI Airmen maintain readiness

    Maintainers with the 6th Maintenance Squadron nondestructive inspections (NDI) unit perform integrity checks on aircraft parts by inspecting for cracks, corrosions, or deformations at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, June 4, 2021.
  • 906th ARS takes teamwork to a new level

    Airmen across 32 different career fields work in unison to service, sustain and fly KC-135 Stratotankers. These Airmen, with the 906th Air Refueling Squadron on Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, enable a global support mission in tandem with Air National Guardsmen.