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air mobility division Definition (US DoD)

Official definition of the United States Department of the term air mobility division.

air mobility division Definition (US DoD)

Official definition of the United States Department of the term air mobility division.

air mobility division



Located in the joint air operations center to plan, coordinate, task, and execute the air mobility mission. Consists of the air mobility control team, airlift control team, aerial refueling control team, aeromedical evacuation control team, and the air mobility element. Coordinates with the joint force commander’s movement requirements and control authority, the theater air mobility operations control center, if established, and the Air Mobility Command’s tanker/airlift control center, as required. Also called AMD. See also air mobility; joint air operations center. (JP 4-01) (US DoD)
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