Aviation mechanic conduct check and services on a UH-60 black hawk rotary during maintenance.  The rotary help the aircraft do the impossible by keeping it flying in the sky.
Safety message extends lifecycle for Black Hawk parts
By Lisa Simunaci | Oct. 17, 2019
Recent guidance from the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command breathes additional life into several dynamic components of the Black Hawk helicopter, ultimately improving readiness for the workhorse of Army aviation.

Jennifer Letson (right), an AMCOM small business specialist, discusses requirements with Tim Ford, a business development manager, during Team Redstone’s 2019 Center of Excellence – Advance Planning Briefings to Industry, July 17.
Small business office helps meet readiness requirements
By Miles Brown | Sept. 24, 2019
With more than 28 million small businesses across the country looking for a competitive edge, the U.S. Army is reaching out to help companies navigate the process and successfully compete for government contracts.

Army Materiel Command Commander, Gen. Gus Perna, receives an update from U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command Commander, Maj. Gen. Todd Royar during a routine quarterly briefing at AMCOM headquarters on Sept. 10, 2019.
Raising the bar to reduce aviation maintenance time
By Lisa Simunaci | Sept. 13, 2019
As supply availability continues to improve, raising the standards for Army aviation readiness is the next target for the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command. AMCOM leaders updated the Commander of Army Materiel Command, Gen. Gus Perna, on the organization's successes, challenges and way forward in a quarterly briefing, Sept. 10.

Lt. Gen. Ed Daly and former Secretary of the Army Pete Geren lead a round-table discussion on aviation safety and readiness during a visit by members of the National Commission on Military Aviation Safety to the Army Materiel Command headquarters on Redstone Arsenal, Aug. 27. Daly is the AMC deputy commander and senior commander of Redstone Arsenal.
Aviation commission visits Redstone to gather information on safety, readiness
By Kari Hawkins and Miles Brown | Aug. 30, 2019
Army aviation safety and readiness were the focus of a round table discussion, Aug. 27, between Redstone Arsenal aviation leaders and members of a national commission charged with reviewing the effects of 17 years of war on the military’s aviation fleet.

William Marriott, Army Aviation and Missile Command deputy to the commanding general, welcomes more than 200 Soldiers and Army Civilians attending AMCOM 101 for Aviation, Aug. 20-22, at the command headquarters on Redstone Arsenal.
Forum connects AMCOM, aviation Soldiers
By Gina Baltrusch | Aug. 26, 2019
More than 200 Army aviation leaders from around the world gathered at the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command on Redstone Arsenal to attend AMCOM 101 for Aviation, Aug. 20-22. The professional forum gave Army General Officers, Combat Aviation Brigade Commanders, aviation maintenance and supply officers, senior Noncommissioned Officers and other personnel the opportunity to learn how AMCOM can help them remain combat-ready.


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