The USAF Expeditionary Operations School of the USAF Expeditionary Center, is the Air Force’s Center of Excellence for mobility and expeditionary operations skills training and Air Mobility Command's provider of global reach and support to the mobility enterprise. The EOS mission is "Building Airpower from the Ground Up!"
For over 25 years, the school house has provided outstanding training that enables our graduates to tackle the expeditionary operations challenges that face our nation on a daily basis. Our innovative programs help to develop the most technically proficient, best educated and best trained Airmen in the world.
The EOS prepares Airmen by providing responsive and relevant training to meet customer requirements. The EOS offers a variety of training, from combat support to logistics. The EOS is responsible for advanced leadership training, including Advanced Studies of Air Mobility Course and the Director of Mobility Forces Course. We also aggressively foster resilience skills, take care of our families and build relationships on a foundation of dignity and respect.
On average, the EOS graduates over 30,000 students annually, Airman through Flag Officer, representing DoD active duty, guard, reserve and civilian personnel. Our main campus is located at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J. with two detachments located at; Det 1 Hurlburt Air Force Base, Fla. and Det 2 Scott Air Force Base, Ill.
FACT SHEET: USAF Expeditionary Operations School
Specific course information and requirements for attending training can be found on the following (Gov PC with CaC required) sites:
ETCA (CaC login required) - listing of all EOS courses with attending requirement information.
EOS Student Information Page - welcome packages, course dates and each course syllabus.
Please let us know how we are doing, we value your end of class feedback and appreciate your time.
End of Class Feedback (Level 1)
Now that you are back in the field utilizing the training you received, let us know how the training helps you perform your mission or what improvements we can make to the training.
Feedback From the Field (Level 3)
Student Registrar: (609) 754-7154
EOS: (609) 754-7104
ETCA (CaC login required)
Student Information Page
EOS Distance Learning
Airman's Manual and TTP Repository