Working with the Air Mobility Command
Air Mobility Command’s mission is to provide rapid, global mobility and sustainment for America’s armed forces providing airlift, aerial refueling, and aeromedical evacuation support around the world 24 hours a day 365 days a year. It is unique in that it provides direct logistics support to other Air Force Commands and military services (e.g. Army, Navy , Marines, etc.) to contingencies and other requirements all over the world. Although it is not a designated combat command, AMC must keep its forces and equipment modernized to be able operate in and around austere and sometimes hostile locations.
The Air Mobility Command's Unique Consulting Needs
The biggest needs C5T has helped address are operational mission data analysis support to help enable execution of current (air mobility) operations and provide accurate data necessary to perform predicitive analysis to enable planning for future (Air Mobility) operations.
C5T assists with Business Process Re-engineering efforts to provide knowledge-based capability enhancements to optimize AMC Staff processes and procedures. Additionally, C5T provides subject matter, functional expertise in strategic guidance document review and development supporting MAF Global Secure C2 Communication requirements.
C5T utilizes its over 30-years of air lift, air refueling, and command and control subject matter expertise to help with requirements analysis, functional expertise and user acceptance support to ensure accurate requirement definition for software development. C5T then provides full stack development expertise, utilizing DevSecOps processes to develop error free code as part of the CAMPS Increment 1 software lifecycle development process.
C5T assisted AMC with subject matter expertise to the High Value Airborne Asset (HVAA) Survivability Capability Collaboration Team (HS-CCT). Co-led by AMC, ACC and AFGSC and participation from the ANG, AFRC, and OSD. The HS-CCT looked at emerging threats to HVAA platforms and researched potential materiel and non-materiel solutions to counter these threats. Support was also provided to OSD on their OSD HVAA Protection Study and their HVAA Threat Targeting System (HTTS) Study as well as AFLCMC on similar survivability studies and analysis such as HVAA Planning for Development and HVAA Clean Sheet Study to look at near, mid, and far term survivability.
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