NEWS

  • Let’s Go: Herk Nation welcomes AMC command team

    “Let’s Go,” said Gen. Mike Minihan, Air Mobility Command commander.This is Minihan’s multi-faceted mantra, which he characterized as a warrior’s creed that signifies his appreciation of service to Mobility Airmen; a contract between Airmen and their mission; and a glimpse into the future of

  • KC-46A Pegasus arrives on Joint Base MDL

    The Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst community celebrated a monumental milestone for the installation as it welcomed its first KC-46A Pegasus to its new home in an arrival ceremony Nov. 9, 2021. The event marked the beginning of new total force aerial refueling operations at the joint base, making

  • 62nd APS, Eagle Port to represent 62nd AW at PACAF Port Dawg Rodeo

    JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash. -- The C-17 Globemaster III is the most flexible aircraft to enter the airlift force and is responsible for the rapid, strategic delivery of cargo and troops to main operating bases and those in deployed environments. Have you ever seen one of our C-17s fly overhead

  • SAPR training of the future at Joint Base Charleston

    Members of Joint Base Charleston play test a sexual assault prevention and response (SAPR) training module which is currently being developed for use, July 15, 2021.The Air Mobility Command (AMC) partnered with a contracted company called Moth + Flame to develop SAPR specific skill based modules.

  • 6th LRS tests Airmen in simulated contested environment

    Members from Team MacDill participated in a large-scale readiness exercise to continue pushing the Air Force Chief of Staff's initiative, ‘Accelerate Change or Lose.’ The LRE took place from May 19 through May 21 and was divided into two phases. Phase one focused on generation, the rapid mobility