air mobility division


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air mobility division

Located in the joint air operations center to plan, coordinate, task, and execute the air mobility mission. Consists of the air mobility control team, airlift control team, aerial refueling control team, aeromedical evacuation control team, and the air mobility element. Coordinates with the joint force commander's movement requirements and control authority, the theater air mobility operations control center, if established, and the Air Mobility Command's tanker/airlift control center, as required. Also called AMD. See also air mobility; joint air operations center.
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The purpose of this article, then, is to examine how the air mobility C2 enterprise might adapt its organizational structure to increase the speed of information flow between the globally minded 618th AOC and the regionally focused air mobility divisions (AMD).
The Air Mobility Division then determines if it will ship cargo by military or commercial airlift, based on the operational priorities on any given day.
21) However, because the DIRMOBFOR represents the commander of Air Force forces rather than the joint force air component commander, the director must work with the AOC's commander and its air mobility division for intratheater airlift operations.
The equipment is called Deployable Air Mobility Division Communications Element or DACE.
They have formal roles on the Air Force forces (AFFOR) staff, in the Joint or combined air operations center (JAOC/CAOC) operations assessment team and air mobility division, and in A4.
CJ-4 Air coordinates all intratheater airlifts in support of operations throughout the region, serving as the primary cargo planner, and ensuring proper coordination takes place among requesting units, Air Mobility Division (AMD), and CENTCOM Deployment Distribution Operations Center (CDDOC).
612th Air Operations Center / Air Mobility Division, briefing, subject: Operation Unified Response, 26 March 2010.
The summer of 2008 brought with it a novel experience--that of being a combat analyst in the air mobility division (AMD) of the combined air and space operations center (CAOC).
As well, the CDDOC has partnered with the Director, Mobility Forces and Air Mobility Division in the Combined Air Operations Center in implementing a "hub and spoke" concept of airlift in OIF.
AFDD 2-6 offers a key and long-awaited clarification regarding command relationships of the director of mobility forces [DIRMOBFOR] and the air mobility division.

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