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  • Major Gen. Gordy visits 521st AMOW

    U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center commander and command chief tour Ramstein's 521st AMOW
  • U.S. Transportation Command manages the movement of America’s wounded warfighters from overseas to the final medical treatment destination stateside

    As the Department of Defense’s single manager for global patient movement, U.S. Transportation Command conducts this lifesaving mission via the U.S. Air Force’s aeromedical evacuation system, which provides in-transit health care for America’s wounded warriors from the point of injury or illness to medical facilities with the level of care needed to properly treat their medical conditions.
  • U.S. Transportation Command coordinates theater patient movement, the most critical part of the aeromedical evacuation process

    Moving America’s wounded warriors safely and securely begins at the in-theater point of injury, which, in the combat environment, remains most critical in the initial hour or so following the incident, when prompt medical care increases an individual’s survivability.
  • Mobility leaders discuss resiliency, force development at 2019 Phoenix Rally

    The U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center hosted Air Mobility Command’s 2019 Phoenix Rally Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst Oct. 8-10. The event provided AMC leaders an opportunity to come together to focus on developing mobility forces’ capabilities and to improve readiness.
  • Global patient movement: moving America’s ill and injured warfighters safely, securely, and soundly

    Serving as the Department of Defense’s single manager for global patient movement, one of its five Unified Command Plan responsibilities, U.S. Transportation Command executes this critical mission through the U.S. Air Force’s aeromedical evacuation system, which provides safe, secure, and sound in-flight health care to the ill and injured transiting the skies.
  • FBI Provides Update on Travis Air Force Base Security Incident

    TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. — During a press conference at the Sacramento Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation today, the FBI provided an update regarding a March 21, 2018 attempted security breach at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, California.
  • Leaders highlight Fairchild’s flexibility, support to joint operations

    FAIRCHILD AIR FORCE BASE, Wash. — Fairchild’s Airmen took the opportunity highlight the base’s role in that mission while hosting a mission immersion for Lt. Gen. GI Tuck, 18th Air Force commander and Chief Master Sgt. Todd Petzel, 18th AF command chief. The duo met with Fairchild Airmen face-to-face in their work environments to discuss goals, priorities and laud Airmen’s efforts first-hand March 19 through 22.
  • DGMC and NorthBay team saves patient’s life

    Evelyn Staley remembers very little about the condition that landed her in the David Grant USAF Medical Center emergency room at Travis Air Force Base, California, Dec. 15, 2017.
  • Total Force medical team transports Sailor home

    When a 34-year-old Navy sailor suffered multiple traumatic injuries during a mission in Syria, a Total Force team of medical professionals and Mobility Airmen sprung into action, intent on saving the life of a fellow service member. The sailor suffered injuries while performing improvised explosive device clearing operations. The severity of his injuries reduced his survival rate to two percent, requiring urgent transport from Syria to Texas.
  • Author of The Kindness Diaries visits AMC

    SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. — The power of kindness was the topic of the day as Air Mobility Command hosted Leon Logothetis, author of The Kindness Diaries, during an All Call here Nov. 16. “Everyone Matters” was Logothetis’ main message as he spoke about his journey circumnavigating the globe, relying only on the kindness of strangers to help him. He also discussed his adventures with members of the military, expressing his gratitude at being invited to speak with AMC members.
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