Corporate Mission Statement
We employ some of the most advanced training solutions in the world to complete our missions and defend our country. Utilizing the extraordinary skills and precision they learn, our trainees will be able to manage the C5 Galaxy with complete control.
While successfully completing their missions is paramount, their role as leaders and character models, training and commanding crews, is just as important. These skilled professionals deploy around the world to wherever there’s a need.
We Provide Total Training Systems, Training Systems Management and Integration Services, Training Delivery, and Contractor Logistics Support to the U.S. Government, Prime Government Contractors, and Commercial entities. We are committed to long-term growth and we will compete aggressively to increase our market share in a highly competitive industry.
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UNCLASSIFIED JBSA Commander Directive Directive Number: JBSA IC DIR 21-072901 Date: 29 Jul 21 Time: 1000L/1500Z ESP Code: C1 Subject: Mask Wear and Increase of HPCON to B+ on Joint Base San Antonio Affected Units: JBSA Units Information: 1. The installation will transition to Health Protection Condition (HPCON) BRAVO PLUS effective 0001 30 July 2021.
DOVER AIR FORCE BASE, Del. -- As part of the U.S. Defense Department’s Foreign Military Sales program, 9th Airlift Squadron aircrew from Dover Air Force Base, Delaware transports two CH-47F Chinook helicopters aboard a C-5M Super Galaxy from Dover AFB to Royal Australian Air Force Base Townsville, Australia in early July, further reinforcing the alliance between
TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. — Oct. 24, 2020, marks 50 years since the first C-5A Galaxy arrived at Travis AFB. Since tail No. 68-221 landed in 1970, the base’s fleet of C-5s has been connected to a wizard’s scroll of the nation’s major events, including: • Escort and assistance for major world political figures, including
By Mary Nell Sanchez and Minnie Jones 502nd Air Base Wing and the 433rd Airlift Wing Public Affairs JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – Having the right crew is essential when it comes to flying a C-5M Super Galaxy aircraft — that is why instructors at the 733rd Training Squadron and 356th Airlift Squadron here prepare students to