Tag Archives: USAF

Improving Aircraft Performance and Reducing Life-Cycle Costs

From Armor & Mobility, August 2018 Issue

With its C-5M engine’s record-setting history and other industry achievements, GE Aviation has delivered effective capabilities for Warfighters through its sustaining, upgrading, and re-engining efforts. 

Interview with Karl Sheldon

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Tirelessly Pursuing Full Spectrum Readiness

From Armor & Mobility, August 2018 Issue

Whether it is providing humanitarian assistance, meeting threats, or performing air-to-air refueling, readiness is at the forefront of the mission of Air Mobility Command. Brig. Gen. John D. Lamontagne and Brig. Gen. Steven J. Bleymaier provide an update on the current efforts, including modernization, innovation, and talent retention.

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Logistics Complexes drive readiness for Air Force

From Armor & Mobility, August 2018 Issue

Functioning interdependently as a symbiotic enterprise, the Air Force Sustainment Center’s three ALCs comprise a vital logistics and sustainment network that plays a major role in supporting readiness.

By Air Force Sustainment Center Public Affairs

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Small Package, Big Mission Critical

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From Armor & Mobility May/June 2017 Issue

The U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC), Hurlburt Field, FL, is the lead command for the readiness and sustainment of U.S. Air Force Small Unmanned Air Systems (SUAS).

By Kevin Hunter, A&M Editor

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