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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

  • 515th AMOG Building Connections with Allies in Japan

    On Sept. 12, 2023, the 515th Air Mobility Operations Group hosted Japan Air Self-Defense Force leadership from the 7th Air Wing out of Hyakuri Air Base, Japan. Maj. Gen. Tomohiro Matsuura, JASDF commander, Hyakuri Air Base received a 515th AMOG mission brief and tour of the 730th Air Mobility

  • RGMC 3 to expand MTTs outside the INDO-Pacific

    The Rapid Global Mobility Course 3, which typically executes one Mobile Training Team event every fiscal year, is looking to expand in fiscal year 2024. The motivation for adding new iterations of the high demand course is to provide the training to as many commands as possible.

  • 87th LRS Airmen ACE hot-pit training

    Airmen from the 87th Logistics Readiness Squadron, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, traveled to Atlantic City Air National Guard Base, New Jersey, to collaborate with the 177th Fighter Wing to take part in an integrated hot-pit refueling training the week of April 24, 2023.

  • 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

  • 515th AMOW welcomes Col. Benwitz as new commander

    Col. Kyle Benwitz assumed command of the 515th Air Mobility Operations Wing during a change of command ceremony at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii on June 28. Maj. Gen. Mark D. Camerer, U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center commander, presided over the ceremony in which Col. Dan Cooley