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  • To the C-130, With Love

    Don’t be faint of heart or insecure in reading this. If you are either, please turn back now. This is a love letter to my tribe. The Herk Tribe. It comes at no expense to other tribes. I truly love, admire, and respect them all.

  • AMC Warriors Recruiting Warriors: Alaska Outreach

    Air Mobility Command continued to spread Warrior Heart culture across the United States with a visit to Alaska, May 14-15. This recruiting trip was part of AMC’s “Warriors Recruiting Warriors” initiative, which focuses on connecting with tribal natives and showing them opportunities the Air Force

  • Dyess Airmen recognized for Max Endurance Operation

    In recognition of their extraordinary achievement during a historic Max Endurance Operation (MEO), 19 Dyess personnel were awarded Aerial Achievement Medals by Col. Thomas Lankford, 317th Airlift Wing commander, on May 10, 2024.

  • AMC enlisted force honors Minihan with Order of the Sword

    The enlisted force of Air Mobility Command bestowed their most prestigious honor – the Order of the Sword – to Gen. Mike Minihan, AMC commander, at a formal ceremony here, May 2, 2024.The enlisted corps reserves the honor for military senior officers who have made conspicuous and significant

  • Leveraging AI to enhance Air Operations Centers

    Copious amounts of information flow through Air Operations Centers every day, every minute.At the core of it, information is data. AOCs transmit orders and coordinate aircraft using messages and text. Whether it’s C-17 pilots communicating to controllers at an AOC, or controllers discussing aircraft

  • Embodying the American Spirit, honoring Asian Heritage

    It was April 28, 1975, and Saigon was about to fall to North Vietnamese forces, ending the Vietnam war. Tam Do Nguyen, a South Vietnamese naval officer, was fighting alongside the U.S. Navy 7th Fleet for three years when life as he knew it ceased to exist. 

  • 7th MDG exhibits innovative advancements during Hazard Spear

    The 7th Medical Group (MDG) showcased significant advancements in aeromedical operations during Hazard Spear, a multi-mission exercise conducted by the 317th Airlift Wing. This marked the first operationalization of Starlink, a high-speed satellite internet system, within Air Force Global Strike