Air Mobility Command


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Air Mobility Command

The Air Force component command of the US Transportation Command. Also called AMC.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Air Mobility Command (AMC), a major command headquartered at Scott AFB, IL, was created June 1, 1992.
Air Mobility Command began a programme to modernize the C-5s in 1998 after a study concluded the decades-old aircraft had 80 percent of their service life remaining.
* Colonel Olivier Fabre, Commanding Officer, Air Mobility Command, French Air Force, briefing on: Successes of French Air Mobility Command in Providing Strategic Flexibility
Air Mobility Command's Exercise Mobility Guardian will put crews through several tough scenarios including joint forcible entry, airfield seizure, medical evacuation and humanitarian relief.
First, Strategic Air Command, Tactical Air Command, and Military Airlift Command were inactivated on Jun 1, 1992, while Air Combat Command and Air Mobility Command were activated.
His more than twenty-four years' service were predominantly in Aerospace Defense Command, Air Defense Weapons Center, Air Mobility Command, and Air Education and Training Command.
"Now, Air Mobility Command and Air Force Reserve Command headquarters are able to see the data instantly."
LITTLE ROCK AIR FORCE BASE, winner of the Abilene Trophy for Outstanding Community Support for an Air Mobility Command Base, consists of more than 6,000 acres and more than 5,000 active-duty military and civilian members, with 5,500 family members living and working on and around the base.
The USAF proof of concept flight demonstration was conducted under a cooperative research and development agreement with the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center in cooperation with Air Mobility Command, 193rd Air National Guard, MITRE, and MIT Lincoln Laboratory.
Air Mobility Command released its Accident Investigation Board report into the crash of Shell 77 Thursday morning in an online briefing presented by Brig.
Newly operational in April 2012, Yokosuka's TCSP consolidates cargo from Air Mobility Command (AMC), Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC), and on-hand warehouse stock, then arranges delivery of the pooled material to joint warfighting customers throughout the entire country of Japan.
Air Mobility Command maintains that its overall goal calls for meeting global air-refueling requirements; it acknowledges, however, that those requirements are not expected to diminish in the coming years.

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