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Dan Guzman, a U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command Logistics Assistance Representative assigned to the 405th Army Field Support Brigade, assists a Soldier from Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 2nd Cavalry Regiment with uploading system software updates on the Air and Missile Defense Workstation. Highly trained, LARs are Army civilians serving in motor pools, hangars, maintenance shops and offices around the world. They are part of the U.S. Army Sustainment Command’s global network of Army Field Support Brigades and are linked to every echelon of the Army in the field. (U.S. Army Courtesy photo)
LARs go where the Army goes, keep the Army rolling along
By Michelle L. Gordon | May 17, 2024
Shortly before he left the Army in 1999, Jason Soto met “Mr. Bill'' at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Bill helped Soto’s aviation unit blend out damage on their weapons and taught the Soldiers how to complete additional repairs not...

Army Medical Logistics Command Human Resources Director Kenneth Daniels discusses career opportunities with a potential candidate at BEYA on Feb. 17 in Baltimore, Maryland. BEYA is an annual event that attracts thousands of nationwide job seekers -- both in person and virtually -- to a two-day showcase of career opportunities, primarily in the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and math.
AMCOM scores big at BEYA
By Michelle L. Gordon | May 3, 2024
If you ask most government employees how long the hiring process takes, you will likely get a chuckle and an answer ranging from a couple of months to nearly a year...

Maj. Gen. Tom O’Connor, AMCOM commander, delivers remarks at the 2024 Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit in Aurora, Colorado, April 24-26. The annual event, hosted by the Army Aviation Association of America, is the only opportunity for the entire Army aviation community to gather in one place, at one time, to focus solely on Army aviation issues.
Army aviation leaders seek transition to the future of warfighting
By Nicholas Janeway | May 3, 2024
Leaders from the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command attended the 2024 Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit, April 24-26 in Aurora, Colorado...

Members of the Aviation and Missile Command Threat Support Branch received a presidential award during a ceremony held at the White House in Washington, D.C., April 16. The Killian Award recognizes excellence in the intelligence community. The team received the award in the category of mission support for their significant contributions in support of the Program Executive Office — Missiles and Space. Pictured left to right: Diane Randon, principal deputy chief of staff for intelligence – Army, James A Winnefeld, President’s Intelligence Advisory Board chairman, Frank Vegerita, AMCOM Intelligence Division threat branch chief, Michael Fields, AMCOM Intelligence Division, Joshua May, AMCOM Intelligence Division, Stacey Dixon, principal deputy director of national intelligence.
Intelligence branch honored at White House, receives presidential award
By Michelle L. Gordon | April 19, 2024
A team from the Aviation and Missile Command intelligence and security division received a presidential award during a ceremony held at the White House in Washington, D.C., April 16...

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Army Materiel Command, Aviation and Missile Command, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Letterkenny Army Depot leadership break ground on the depot’s new shipping and receiving facility April 9.



The shipping and receiving facility marks the first breaking ground of AMC’s major modernization projects supporting the Army’s Organic Industrial Base. The event was commemorated by a golden shovel ceremony attended by Marion Whicker, executive deputy to the commanding general, AMC; Maj. Gen. Tom O’Connor, commanding general, AMCOM; Lt. Col. David Myers, deputy commander, Baltimore District, USACE; and hosted by Col. Donald Santillo, commander, LEAD.



(U.S. Army photo by Dorie E. Heyer)
LEAD breaks ground on modernization milestone
By Dorie Heyer | April 9, 2024
Army Materiel Command, Aviation and Missile Command, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Letterkenny Army Depot leadership broke ground on the depot’s new shipping and receiving facility April 9...

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