515th Air Mobility Operations Wing The 515th Air Mobility Operations Wing (AMOW), headquartered at Joint Base Pearl Harbor‐Hickam, HI, oversees Air Mobility Command’s en route support structure at 26 diverse locations across 105 million square miles in the Pacific Area of Responsibility. Through its en route maintenance, command and control, and aerial port support, it provides the backbone to our nation’s global reach capability in the Pacific and across the globe. The 515th AMOW is assigned to the United States Air Force Expeditionary Center (USAF EC), headquartered at Joint Base McGuire‐Dix‐Lakehurst, NJ. The AMOW contains two geographically separated Air Mobility Operations Groups (AMOGs): the 515th AMOG located at Yokota AB, Japan and the 715th AMOG located at Joint Base Elmendorf‐Richardson, AK. These AMOGs combined consist of six Air Mobility Squadrons (AMS) and multiple detachments and operating locations throughout the Pacific. The 515th AMOW works with US Pacific Command, Pacific Air Forces, United States Forces Korea, United States Forces Japan, and Alaskan Command to execute theatre air mobility operations and capabilities. Achievements and Honors The honors of the 15th Ferrying Group were bestowed upon the 515th Air Mobility Operations Wing to include the service streamer for World War II: American Theater. In addition to this honor, the wing earned the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for the periods of October 1, 2008 to September 30, 2009; October 1, 2009 to September 30, 2010; October 1, 2010 to September 30, 2011; October 1, 2011 to September 30, 2013, and October 1, 2014 to September 30, 2016. The emblem for the 515th Air Mobility Operations Wing was approved on July 11, 2008. Vision Premiere En Route Mobility Experts—Executing Today…Postured for Tomorrow Mission Execute Rapid Global Mobility—Safely, By the Book, Then on Time!