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  • Air Force Spectrum Management Office

    The Air Force Spectrum Management Office, located on Fort Meade, Md., is a field operating agency to Air Combat Command.
  • Air Force Network Integration Center

    The Air Force Network Integration Center, located at Scott Air Force Base, Ill., is the Air Force's premier organization for Air Force Network integration, cyber simulation, and network standards, architecture and engineering services. Through these specialized technical services, AFNIC supports the nation's warfighters with decisive cyber capabilities for mission success.
  • Air Combat Command

    Air Combat Command, headquartered at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, is one of ten major commands in the United States Air Force. ACC is the primary provider of air combat forces to America's warfighting commanders and is the direct successor to Tactical Air Command.
  • AIR FORCE SAFETY AND ACCIDENT BOARD INVESTIGATIONS

    Background Following a mishap, separate safety and accident investigations are conducted. Safety investigations are conducted to prevent future mishaps. Safety investigations of weapons systems such as aircraft, missiles and space platforms also assess possible force-wide implications on the combat readiness of these systems. Accident
  • AMIC AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE DIVISION (PMA)

    Overview: The PMA division is a team of skilled aircraft maintenance professionals who ensure responsive, proactive, cradle-to-grave management of Headquarters Air Combat Command (ACC) aircraft maintenance related contracts and are responsible for the functional management of ACC T-38 aircraft, the ACC Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory
  • AMIC COMMUNICATIONS - ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS PROJECTS

    Tethered Aerostat Radar Systems (TARS) Interactive Display System (TIDS): PMS/SC spearheaded the development of this state-of-the-art aerostat monitoring tool. TIDS provides aerostat flight directors unprecedented insight in to real-time operations of the aerostat during in-haul, out-haul, and at altitude. Deployed in 2001, the system provides
  • AMIC COMMUNICATIONS - ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS MISSION

    The Ground Radar System is the radar operations and maintenance focal point for ACC AMIC. The programs managed by the squadron such as the Hemispheric Radar System (HRS) and Tethered Aerostat Radar System (TARS) provide critical radar surveillance data from systems spread across the southern United States, Caribbean, and northern South America. The
  • AMIC INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS DIVISION

    The Network Systems Support provides help desk and system administration services to support local and remote ACC AMIC personnel. The local LAN consists of several servers including 10Base-T/100Base-T concentrator hubs and switches, workstations, laptops, printers and other specialized PC-based servers. SCC also provides remote system
  • AMIC COMMUNICATIONS - ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS GENERAL

    Contract Management: SC provides functional expertise to the outsourcing process from developing the Statement of Work (SOW) through contract award and execution. Once awarded, SC manages the communications and radar aspects through contract closeout. This process involves continuous communication with the contractor to provide technical direction,
  • AMIC COMMUNICATIONS - ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS

    The Support Systems Branch provides the functional knowledge and expertise that drives the Communications - Electronics Division. The duty titles are only a glimpse of what is provided. There is well over a century of combined experience in Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) systems. They provide technical advice to
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