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  • Air Mobility Command leadership visits 521st AMOW

    U.S. Air Force Gen. Mike Minihan, commander of Air Mobility Command, and Chief Master Sgt. Brian Kruzelnick, AMC command chief, visited 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing Airmen at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Feb. 1 - March 1, 2023, to see how the wing connects, projects, maneuvers and sustains the

  • Incirlik Port Dawgs offload Medical Shelters for Humanitarian Relief Aid

    Senior Airman Caleb Hargrove, an air transportation specialist assigned to the 728th Air Mobility Squadron, prepares to unload medical shelters and equipment at Incirlik Air Base, Türkiye, Feb. 18, 2023. The medical shelters and equipment will be utilized to provide aid to those in need following

  • USAFEC command team visits Airmen from the 521st AMOG, 725th AMS

    United States Air Force Expeditionary Center commander, Maj. Gen. John Klein, and USAFEC command chief, Chief Master Sgt. Courtney Freeman, traveled to Naval Station Rota, Feb. 20, 2023, as part of a unit immersion where they gained a first-hand perspective of what their units are doing to project,

  • Spouse Spotlight: 726th AMS spouse brings her talents to the table

    Taryn Coakley, 726th Air Mobility Squadron Key Spouse Mentor, invested much of her time in 2022 to supporting the squadron, connecting her community, and bolstering Air Force Five and Thrive initiatives. The 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing winner for the 2023 Joan Orr Air Force Spouse of the Year


    The 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing has accomplished another historic and defining year for the en route. Coming off the heels of Operation ALLIES REFUGE and ALLIES WELCOME in 2021, Airmen of the 521st AMOW were accustomed to an unprecedented pace of operations. Their no-fail role again came to

  • Air Mobility Command 2022 Year in Review

    An intense operations tempo and constant calls for mobility capabilities in support of the Nation’s most important missions is nothing new for Air Mobility Command Airmen, but in many ways 2022 stood apart as the command intensified its focus on solving future challenges while remaining wholly

  • Writing history: 521st AMOW historian wins AF-level program award

    On Oct. 31, 2021, the 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing concluded the end of a significant historical chapter: the last Afghan evacuees depart Ramstein Air Base. While some 521st AMOW locations and Airmen continued to support further evacuation efforts, the surge had ended. But the work was just