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  • Air advisors strengthen partnership, advance capabilities in Jamaica

    The 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron successfully conducted a Mobile Training Team engagement with the Jamaican Defense Force Air Wing at Up Park Camp and the Caribbean Military Aviation School, Kingston, Jamaica, June 10-22, 2021.
  • OST increases readiness, resilience

    In August 2020, Dover Air Force Base developed the Operational Support Team, a five-person medical team that embeds into units for three to four months focusing on preventative care. The team is made up of a physical therapist, physical therapy technician, a social worker, a psychologist and a strength coach, providing on-site care, training and preventative fitness and mental health techniques tailored to each squadron’s needs.
  • CRW Airmen support CENTCOM Resolute Support Mission

    Airmen from the 621st Contingency Response Wing recently returned from supporting retrograde operations in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility as part of Task Force 74.
  • U.S. Air Force Delivers SOUTHCOM-Donated Field Hospital to Suriname

    A U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III aircraft transported a large mobile field hospital from Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, to Suriname July 16 that will be donated to the country’s Ministry of Health to help the South American nation deal with COVID-19 and other health emergencies.
  • C-5 aircrew supports global airlift

    A Dover Air Force Base C-5M Super Galaxy sits on the flight line at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, July 13, 2021. Dover AFB C-5s provide outsized cargo delivery worldwide to meet Department of Defense, Department of State and presidential mobility requirements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Faith Schaefer)
  • 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.
  • Train New, Work Smart

    Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst is home to a variety of teams, all with different missions. One such team is the Infinity Spark Innovation Lab, a center for service members to explore ideas, gain resources and support to improve their work centers and career fields. U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Devin Bable, 305th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron integrated communications navigation system craftsman, worked with the Innovation Lab to realize one of his concepts; to bring technology to the forefront of training, and to give Airmen more confidence operating mission essential systems.
  • AMC command team visits 317th AW; applauds innovation

    The command team visited several locations throughout the wing where they received several briefings and demonstrations of the many ways that the Airmen of the 317th AW are working to improve job efficiency and operational proficiency.
  • Little Rock Reserve maintainers assist Keesler with WC-130J repair

    Maintaining aircraft for 10 WC-130J Super Hercules is no easy task, especially when that job is to repair an aircraft after a destructive fire.
  • AMC approves operational use of the Centerline Drogue System as first KC-46A Interim Capability Release milestone

    Air Mobility Command commander Gen. Jacqueline Van Ovost approved the Centerline Drogue System mission set as the KC-46A Pegasus’s first Interim Capability Release to the joint force on DATE. This ICR decision provides more daily “taskable” operational capabilities to the joint team, increasing operational capability to tanker fleet requirements and increased tanker capacity.
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