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  • Airlift Wing and AMOW pioneer C-5 maintenance training concept

    More than 30 Air Force Reserve maintainers assigned to the 512th Airlift Wing along with a 436th Airlift Wing C-5M Super Galaxy aircraft and crew traveled to Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Nov. 23, 2018, to assist the 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing with vital hands-on, airframe-specific training.
  • AMC command chief retires after 30 years of service

    Chief Master Sgt. Larry Williams, Air Mobility Command command chief, closed out his 30-year career on Nov. 30 at the place where it began: Dover Air Force Base. The retirement ceremony, held at the AMC Museum, celebrated the significance of Williams’ career, one that uniquely and almost exclusively served within a single command, specifically, Air Mobility Command.
  • 89th Airlift Wing to fly tribute honoring former president

    Joint Base Andrews, M.D. – The 89th Airlift Wing, based at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, will conduct a tribute flight in honor of former President George H. W. Bush with an Air Force VC-25A, over the interment site at College Station, Texas, at 3:55 p.m. CST on Wednesday, Dec. 5.
  • 76th AMXG shows Team Fairchild how to ‘Tinker’

    Leaders from Fairchild Air Force Base visited the 76th Aircraft Maintenance Group Nov. 18-20, during a site visit to Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma. Tinker AFB is made up of 5,500 acres with 460 buildings hosting operational missions for the Air Force, Navy as well as several other Department of Defense agencies.
  • Expeditionary Center leadership team visits 43rd AMOG

    Maj. Gen. John R. Gordy II, U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center commander, and Command Chief Master Sgt. Kristopher Berg, USAF EC command chief, visited with Airmen assigned to the 43rd Air Mobility Operations Group at Pope Army Airfield, North Carolina, Nov. 21-22.During the visit, the Expeditionary Center leaders were able to see firsthand how
  • JB Charleston executes full-spectrum readiness exercise

    The 628th Air Base Wing, 437th Airlift Wing and 315th Airlift Wing teamed up for a total force rapid mobility exercise Nov. 12-17, 2018. The exercise focused on total force readiness, mobilization, base defense and quick-response airlift capabilities, according to Col. Rockie Wilson, 628th Mission Support Group commander and leader of one of the exercise’s simulated air expeditionary groups.
  • Fighting the stigma: male survivors speak up

    Scott AFB’s Sexual Assault and Prevention and Response team invited Steve LePore to speak to Airmen on Oct. 29, 2018. LePore founded the 1in6 organization in 2007 after recognizing that there were few services dedicated solely to male survivors of sexual assault and abuse. These survivors face unique societal barriers in reporting their traumas. 1in6’s name draws attention to the fact that one in six men have suffered sexual assault in their lives, and it’s the only professionally-staffed national organization that focuses on male survivors.
  • Foreign Naval officers dive into Air Mobility

    Approximately 56 foreign and joint military officers from 52 foreign naval services from around the world visited Joint Base Charleston Nov. 13, 2018, to learn about the mission and capabilities of Air Mobility Command as well as JB Charleston’s role as the gateway to the Atlantic. This is the first time international students from the Naval Command College’s Arleigh Burke Fellowship have visited JB Charleston. The program is one of several at the NCC, which is part of the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. It is the Navy’s flagship senior developmental education program, focusing on educating and developing future leaders by building strategic and cultural perspective—as well as trust, confidence and cooperation—between American and international officers.
  • JB Charleston makes AMC history with new leadership course

    Company Grade Officers and senior NCOs at Joint Base Charleston, S.C., took part in military leadership training history, Nov. 6-8, 2018. JB Charleston was the first base in Air Mobility Command and third overall in the Air Force to host a flight leadership training program, Flight Commander’s Edge.
  • AMC civic leaders visit Team Dover

    Twenty-five Air Mobility Command civic leaders visited Dover AFB Nov. 7-8, 2018, for a two-day introduction to the base, its mission and its Airmen.The civic leaders, key influencers were from 12 regions across the United States. During the visit, they had the opportunity to observe similarities and differences between base missions and foster