Mobility Air Forces


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Mobility Air Forces

The Mobility Air Forces are comprised of those air components and Service components that are assigned air mobility forces and/or that routinely exercise command authority over their operations. Also called MAF.
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A core competency of mobility air forces is rapid global mobility.
Romano, Christopher Guo, Sean Bednarz, and Caolionn O'Connell, Fuel Reduction for the Mobility Air Forces: Executive Summary (Santa Monica, CA: RAND, 2015), http://www.rand.org/content/dam/rand/pubs/research_reports/RR700/RR757z1/RAND_RR757z1.pdf.
Even though the pilot shortage is hitting the fighter units the hardest, LoForti said the mobility air forces are now feeling the effects of the same shortfalls.
30 demonstration, Northrop Grumman connected a pilot in a C-17 transport flight simulator in Texas, an operator in a KC-135 tanker flight simulator in Florida and a boom operator in Oklahoma with all three simulators operating simultaneously via the Mobility Air Forces Distributed Mission Operations test network.
In the Mobility Air Forces, the Reserve Components make up 51 percent of the force, while 49 percent are Active Duty personnel.
The Air Force will realize $715 million in efficiencies by reducing fuel and energy consumption within the Mobility Air Forces. We will leverage proven commercial aviation policy and practices for flight planning and weight reduction--both of which reduce the amount of fuel required to accomplish the mobility mission.
From this time forward, Airmen would identify themselves as members of the combat air forces, mobility air forces, or the space community.
Chris Sherman's course, the MOS Mobility Air Forces Mobile Command and Control Leadership Course, the effort is about making Airmen better by creating contingency response leaders.
It will provide a common and consistent operational command and control framework across the mobility air forces.
(22) At this point, the common course of action throughout history has been to consolidate mobility air forces. This consolidation places most airlift and tanker assets under one command.
A huge portion of the military burden in support of these operations falls on the shoulders of the Mobility Air Forces (MaF).
"Because of this, it was imperative to increase fuel efficiency across the mobility air forces."
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