HomeNews

News Search

Results:
Tag: Aerial Port
Clear
  • Joint-nation alliance meets, trains at Travis AFB

    The purpose of the group, according to Royal Australian Air Force Wing Commander Brady Cummins, Australian representative on the AFIC Management Committee, is to identify and resolve current and future interoperability challenges by leveraging collective expertise.
  • ELRS provides the magic behind movements

    There is a trio of Airmen working behind the scenes to ensure every piece of cargo and every member of Al Dhafra Air Base, has transportation in and out of the area of responsibility. The 380th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron logistics planners are responsible for the overall reception, onward movement, and redeployment processes for the 380th Air Expeditionary Wing. Their mission is to redeploy all members and cargo in a timely manner.
  • Airlift unit tests mettle in joint Patriot Palm exercise

    Teaming up with Federal Emergency Management Agency, the FBI, Army, Coast Guard and Marine Corps, the 315th Contingency Response Flight completed Exercise Patriot Palm, a joint-service emergency and natural disaster response exercise, coordinated by the Air Force Reserve. The event is designed to integrate first responders from federal, state and local agencies, and the military by providing rapid response training.
  • From nothing to something – Cargo City takes shape

    Construction is nearly complete on ‘Cargo City,’ a new operating location for U.S. and coalition forces to conduct aerial port operations in Kuwait. This aerial port will continue to serve as a major-military logistics point, and also functions as the largest aerial port of debarkation in the Middle East.
  • JET/IA Airmen connect blue line back to AF

    The 387th Air Expeditionary Squadron is a small unit. With about 10 assigned staff, and 20 quick-response aerial port Airmen, they have a small footprint. Their reach, however, is far more expansive than meets the eye. They have the responsibility of providing all levels of administrative support to about 390 joint expeditionary task and individual augmentee Airmen, bearing 72 Air Force specialty codes, and forward deployed to 11 countries.
  • ATOC works around the clock to keep cargo and personnel moving

    Maintaining the inbound and outbound movement of cargo and personnel in support of Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve requires careful coordination between a multitude of entities. In order for the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing to effectively complete its mission and deliver decisive airpower against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, it needs a nerve center to track aerial port operations: an air terminal operations center.
  • 387th ESPTS sustains busiest aerial port in AFCENT

    As one of the busiest aerial ports of debarkation in the U.S. Air Forces Central Command area of responsibility, the 387th Air Expeditionary Group is no stranger to service members and cargo transiting downrange, but it is the 387th Expeditionary Support Squadron that is charged with sustaining that aerial port.
  • US, Iraqi air forces recover, return pallets to DOD system

    BAGHDAD (AFNS) -- Air transportation specialists assigned to the 370th Air Expeditionary Air Advisory Group began recovering more than $2.1 million in U.S. Air Force aerial port assets from Iraqi air force counterparts. Aerial porters at the Baghdad Diplomatic Support Center have recovered more than 1,500 aircraft pallets and 1,600 cargo nets to date, which were used for foreign military sales cargo destined for the Iraqi military fighting the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria in Mosul
  • U.S., South Korean Airmen exercise port opening capability

    Approximately 60 Airmen from the 621st Contingency Response Wing stationed at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, 30 U.S. Army Soldiers assigned to the 689th Rapid Port Opening Element stationed at JB Langley-Eustis, Virginia, and a few dozen South Korean air force members participated in a Joint Task Force-Port Opening force supporting Exercise Turbo Distribution17-3 at Pohang Air Base, April 9, 2017.
RSS

Engage

Facebook Twitter
Congratulations to the class of 2020 at Texas A&M @AggieAFROTC Det 805. As a work around the social distancing rest… https://t.co/GHXtrktETB
RT @AirNatlGuard: .@NMNationalGuard Airmen are on the move, providing relief during the pandemic: ✅ Driving 4,000+ miles to distribute PPE…
#ThankYou to our law enforcement Airmen. Defenders work non-stop to ensure the safety of our bases, our assets and… https://t.co/Rqeawx6aP3
#ThisDayinHistory Today in 1949, the Berlin Airlift ended, which brought millions of tons of food and supplies to… https://t.co/ZapjG9tTGM
Polish aircraft flew alongside the B-1B as part of the Bomber Task Force mission. Strategic bomber missions enhance… https://t.co/KOcuA1wn99
Lt. Gen. Dorothy Hogg has climbed through the ranks over her 36-year career to become the first nurse, as well as t… https://t.co/JpviczcBBr
RT @US_TRANSCOM: A @usairforce B-1B Lancer gets refueled by an @AirNatlGuard KC-135 over the East China Sea in support of the @INDOPACOM Bo…
.@PACAF's 36th Wing Logistics Readiness Squadron refuels the Expeditionary Medical Support System @USNHGuam during… https://t.co/GtlhcCZoUu
In 1932, when less than 1% of US pilots were women, Hazel Ying Lee was one of them. Lee, the first Chinese-American… https://t.co/ckfjnwzIMU
RT @AFGlobalStrike: Bomber missions like these enable crews to maintain a high state of readiness and proficiency, and validate our always-…
RT @AFSAFETY: As the weather gets warmer we find ourselves outdoors working on our yards and starting new projects at home. #BringSafetyHom
Happy Mother's Day to all the Moms across our #TotalForce! 📸 U.S. Air Force photos by Kemberly Groue, Valerie Ozel… https://t.co/7fFMKfPZov
Spirit Over Texoma Flyover sending a big #ThankYou to health care workers and essential personnel. @80_FTW https://t.co/vOv1SNPNTY
"If I'm going to do this for 20 years, these are the people I want to be around." From enrolling in the… https://t.co/xwwex7wita