Tag Archives: Air Mobility Command

ECS to Help Update Air Mobility Command’s Transport Info System; George Wilson Quoted

ECS has secured a potential five-year, $51M contract to provide full life cycle support for an information technology platform that Air Mobility Command uses to track Defense Department cargo and passenger movements globally. The company said Tuesday it will help AMC, a component of U.S. Transportation Command, to update and …

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Gen. Carlton Everhart: Boeing-Built KC-46 Tanker On Track for Military Equipment Certification

Gen. Carlton Everhart, head of the U.S. Air Force‘s Air Mobility Command, has said that the Boeing-built KC-46 tanker aircraft is slated to obtain approval for its military equipment, Military Times reported Thursday. Everhart told Air Force Times during a visit to Boeing’s Washington state facility that the company and the Federal Aviation …

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2 Boeing Subsidiaries Partner for VIP Flight Services to Air Mobility Command

A team composed of Boeing subsidiaries Tapestry Solutions and Jeppesen has secured a potential five-year, $28 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to provide  executive airlift flight dispatch services to the Air Mobility Command. Tapestry said Wednesday the team will help AMC transport very important persons such as the U.S. president, vice president, first lady, cabinet leaders, …

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CAE Authorized to Link KC-135 Simulators With Air Force Distributed Training Center Network

CAE‘s U.S. subsidiary has received authorization from the U.S. Air Force to connect company-built KC-135 Stratotanker simulators to the service branch’s Distributed Training Center Network. The Air Force said Thursday CAE USA can link the KC-135 aircrew training system with other mobility platforms designed to support virtual-constructive training across multiple  Air Force bases. “What we are moving …

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Rockwell Collins Awarded 5-Year DISA Data Link Service Contract

Rockwell Collins has secured a potential five-year contract from the Defense Information System Agency to provide data link services to U.S. government and military aircraft. The Data Link Service Provider 4 contract covers command-and-control communications, global flight planning, flight deck safety and broadband cabin services for vehicles such as the U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Command Transport …

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CAE Lands Air Force Contract for KC-135 Aircrew Training System Updates; Ray Duquette Comments

CAE's U.S. business unit has received a contract from the U.S. Air Force to update and link the KC-135 aircrew training platforms to the service branch's Distributed Training Center Network. The contract with the Air Mobility Command covers updates to the tanker aircraft's boom operator weapon systems trainers and operational flight trainers …

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The Complicated and Expensive World of Aviation Safety Meets International Scale as SkyLink Launches Compliance and Auditing Business

As an aviation services provider that rapidly deploys to austere and remote locations and operates under tight deadlines and great duress, SkyLink Aviation needs to stay at the forefront of aviation safety. “Aviation is an exacting science,“ SkyLink CEO Dave Dacquino told ExecutiveBiz. “We fly in very unforgiving environments, so …

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