Accession Number : ADA318225
Title : 1997 AMMP, Air Mobility Master Plan.
Corporate Author : AIR MOBILITY COMMAND SCOTT AFB IL
PDF Url : ADA318225
Report Date : 1996
Pagination or Media Count : 341
Abstract : Despite the end of the Cold War, air mobility taskings continue pushing people, aircraft, and infrastructure to their limits. This high ops tempo environment, coupled with tightening fiscal constraints, requires thorough planning to maintain an effective force. A team representing all air mobility functional areas compiled this Air Mobility Master Plan (AMMP-97) to ensure AMC's people, infrastructure, and equipment remain capable of meeting operational requirements. As a unified command, USTRANSCOM has global responsibility to support all combatant commanders. USTRANSCOM's Service components--Military Traffic Management Command (MTMC), Military Sealift Command (MSC), and Air Mobility Command (AMC) employ USTRANSCOM forces to satisfy DoD's worldwide transportation needs. As USTRANSCOM's Air Force component, AMC employs its tanker and airlift assets to meet the fast-paced requirements expected of the Defense Transportation System (DTS). AMMP-97 is AMC's strategic plan charting the path of America's air mobility forces into the 21st Century.
Descriptors : *PLANNING PROGRAMMING BUDGETING, *AIR FORCE PLANNING, *MILITARY TRANSPORTATION, *AIRMOBILE OPERATIONS, MILITARY PERSONNEL, MILITARY REQUIREMENTS, LEADERSHIP, MILITARY EQUIPMENT, MILITARY CAPABILITIES, RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, MILITARY MODERNIZATION, MILITARY COMMANDERS, AIRLIFT OPERATIONS, WESTERN SECURITY(INTERNATIONAL), MILITARY DOWNSIZING, INFRASTRUCTURE.
Subject Categories : Administration and Management
Economics and Cost Analysis
Military Forces and Organizations
Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE