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NEWS

  • 60th AMW participates in Exercise Rainier War

    Representatives from the 60th Air Mobility Wing stationed at Travis Air Force Base, California, participated in exercise Rainier War, held within an area of 270,000 square miles along the West Coast of the United States, April 26 – 30.

  • CR Airmen test ACE capabilities with MAF, CAF aircraft

    Airmen from the 821st Contingency Response Group demonstrated agile combat employment capabilities while working with Mobility and Combat Air Forces, during Exercise Rainier War, April 26-30 at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho.

  • Mobility Airmen exercise ACE, joint force integration in Indo-Pacific

    As part of an effort to maximize Mobility Air Forces and Combat Air Forces integration as well as enhance agile combat employment capabilities in the Indo-Pacific theater, a contingent of Airmen from the 19th Airlift Wing participated in an off-station training exercise at Joint Base Pearl

  • 521st AMOW Airmen demonstrate Nodal ACE capability

    Since the beginning of March 2021, Airmen from the 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing have been demonstrating the Wing’s Nodal Agile Combat Employment capability at Morón Air Base, Spain. Nodal ACE is the 521st AMOW’s resilient response to a wide spectrum of dynamic environments including, but not

  • 521st AMOW Airman demonstrate Nodal ACE capability

    Since the beginning of March 2021, Airmen from the 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing have been demonstrating the Wing’s Nodal Agile Combat Employment capability at Morón Air Base, Spain. Nodal ACE is the 521st AMOW’s resilient response to a wide spectrum of dynamic environments including, but not

  • 61st AS Capstone: Multi-Capable, always ready

    As part of a multi-week off-station training event, the 61st Airlift Squadron alongside Airmen from the 19th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 19th Operations Support Squadron and 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron put the Multi-Capable Airmen concept to the test in Boise, Idaho and Key West, Florida,