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  • USAF CMSgt retires after 30-year career

    I originally joined with plans to do four years, get my education and either commission or leave the military for work in the private sector. Here I am, 30 years later, retired from the Air Force and wondering how I stayed in all these years. Easy, I have loved every stage of my career and feel

  • AMC shines during first ever Bamboo Eagle exercise

    Air Mobility Command recently completed the first iteration of Exercise Bamboo Eagle Jan. 26 – Feb. 3, 2024.   The exercise, a combined event with Air Combat Command, took place in several areas in the Western United States and eastern Pacific Ocean, and built upon fundamentals practiced during last

  • AMC rises to increasing global tension

    Gen. Mike Minihan, commander of Air Mobility Command, participated in the “Rising Intensity of Competition and Conflict” panel with commander of Air Combat Command, Gen. Mark D. Kelly, U.S. Air Forces in Europe-Air Forces Africa commander Gen. James B. Hecker, and Pacific Air Forces commander Gen.

  • 734th AMS EAGLES: A Force of Innovation and Resilience in Guam

    With limited infrastructure and supplies, residents on a remote Pacific island faced extreme challenges when category 4 typhoon Mawar struck Guam for eight relentless hours, on May 24, 2023. In the face of insurmountable obstacles, the 734th Air Mobility Squadron EAGLES stepped up to provide

  • CRW teams up with Project Arc to heighten innovation

    The 621st Contingency Response Wing is driving innovative change through unit level capability development with the help of two Project Arc Airmen from the Headquarters Air Mobility Command and the 99th Logistics Readiness Squadron. Lt. Col. Joshua Neustrom and Airman 1st Class Hannah Garwood,

  • 621 CRW supports AGF 23-1; 366 FW Lead Wing certification

    The deafening sound of jet engines running hung heavy in the hot and humid air. This is where Contingency Response Airmen worked, each layered with armored helmets, bulletproof vests, fire-retardant uniforms and slung M-4 carbines across their chests. Attentive eyes scanned each operating location