NEWS

  • Aircraft airflow tested in Nebraska to reduce COVID-19 spread

    Active duty, Reserve and Air National Guard components from AMC, in coordination with the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, worked April 4-11 at the 155th Air Refueling Wing examining airflow and particles to assess ways to prevent the spread of the

  • Dover AFB Innovation Lab 3D prints face shields to fight COVID-19 spread

    As the world continues to labor amidst the COVID-19 epidemic, Dover AFB has taken numerous precautions to aid in mitigating the spread of the virus and protect the community. As experts search for vaccines and other alleviating schemes, Airmen at Dover AFB have utilized available resources to

  • Mobility Airmen complete Agile Combat Employment experiment

    Airmen from Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, Little Rock AFB, Arkansas, and Kadena Air Base, Japan, completed an Agile Combat Employment experiment at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Japan, Feb. 20, 2020.The training helped develop and improve an Air Force’s ability to rapidly deploy F-15 Eagle

  • AMC commander visits Team MacDill

    Gen. Maryanne Miller, Air Mobility Command commander, Maj. Gen. Sam Barrett, 18th Air Force commander and Chief Master Sgt. Terrence Greene, AMC command chief, visited Team MacDill Feb. 12-14 to witness first-hand how Airmen here deliver unmatched air refueling, installation and mission support.

  • AMC increases global reach, power during TRANSCOM exercise

    Air Mobility Command Airmen participated in U.S. Transportation Command’s annual Exercise Turbo Challenge here Jan. 23-30.More than 2,200 personnel participated in the TRANSCOM-led exercise where Airmen exercised their ability to respond decisively on a global scale when diplomatic efforts fail.

  • AETC, AMC team up on VR solutions for modern C-130 training

    Headquarters Air Force, Air Mobility Command, and Air Education and Training Command have been working on a virtual-reality platform for maintenance training through Mass Virtual, a contractor that scans real-world objects to create virtual environments.

  • VR: Modern solutions for modern training

    With technology constantly changing, the Air Force is actively seeking innovative methods to train today’s Airmen with tomorrow’s technology.The Air Force is committed to world-class training for Airmen by preventing stagnation in education through constant innovation to meet the needs of a new

  • Air Force announces Spark Tank 2020 selectees

    Spark Tank also offers Airmen the opportunity to get their ideas in front of key enabling agencies that can share expertise and resources such as funding or personnel for the projects being presented and demonstrate pathways for intrapreneurs to make their initiatives successful.