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AMCOM Logistics Center


AMCOM Logistics Center, in partnership with Program Managers and the Organic Industrial Base, provides optimized Aviation and Missile life-cycle logistics across the entire spectrum of supply, maintenance, publications, and technical support to ensure sustainable warfighter readiness at the point of need.


Aviation Center Logistics Command


Aviation Center Logistics Command (ACLC) provides full spectrum maintenance, supply and contractor oversight in order to ensure availability for all Aviation training mission requirements in support of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command at Fort Novosel and Fort Moore. For more information, please email Aviation Center Logistics Command.


Corpus Christi Army Depot


Corpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD) provides our Nation the best value for modification, repair, and overhaul of rotary wing components and aircraft to support strategic readiness of the Army. On order, repair forward-deployed aircraft and components worldwide. For more information, please email Corpus Christi Army Depot.


Letterkenny Army Depot


Letterkenny Army Depot (LEAD) develops and delivers materiel readiness for Air Defense forces of the United States and its international partners and builds combat power for combined and joint route clearance operations worldwide. For more information, please email Letterkenny Army Depot.


Security Assistance Management Directorate


Security Assistance Management Directorate (SAMD) provides full service support to international partners by developing, maintaining and managing Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Programs throughout the life of supported systems; Serve as the Principal Advisor to the Commander and Focal Point for all Security Assistance (SA) issues for the aviation and missile materiel enterprise.




U.S. Army Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment Activity (USATA) has the primary organizational responsibility of performing the test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment (TMDE) calibration and repair support mission (C&RS) for the Army, other DOD claimants, and thousands of industrial based customers. USATA ensures measurements made with TMDE are traceable to national, international, or intrinsic standards of measurement. USATA’s TMDE C&RS mission is the keystone of the Army diagnostic and maintenance program. USATA metrologists assure TMDE reliability by ensuring accurate interval setting. They perform this mission with a team of nearly 600 professionals stationed at 42 different TMDE support activities strategically located around the globe. USATA's philosophy – To provide professional, comprehensive metrology and calibration support, with a focus on quality, cost, innovation, and the CUSTOMER.