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Current Lines of Effort
  • Provides worldwide support with 222 USAF aircraft at 17 operating locations
  • Primary strategic lift aircraft for global transport of troops and equipment
  • Division’s mission is to Acquire and Sustain Safe, Effective, Unrivaled Global Reach Capability
C-17 Modernization to include
  • Large A/C Countermeasures (LAIRCM)
  • Replacement Heads-up Display (RHUD)
  • Beyond Line-of-Sight (BLOS)
  • Roll on Conference Capsule (ROCC)
  • Fixed Installation Satellite Antenna (FISA) Upgrade
C-17 Sustainment
  • Globemaster III Integrated Sustainment Program (GISP)
  • Agile Software Development
  • Globemaster III Sustainment Contract (G3)
C-17 Foreign Military Sales (FMS)
  • 53 aircraft/8 countries supported
  • Robins AFB, GA
  • Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
  • Provides heavy intercontinental-range airlift for all  outsize/oversize cargo requirements
  • Largest strategic airlifting platform in the Air Force; A/C used for outsize/oversize cargo with four F-138 engines, five sets of Landing Gear and 28 wheels
C-5M Modernization
  • Core Mission Computer/Weather Radar
  • Communication, Navigation, Surveillance and Air Traffic  Management
  • Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures Block 30 Upgrade
  • Mission Support Equipment Lavatory Upgrade
  • Replace Multifunctional Controls and Displays
  • Airborne Networking
C-5M Sustainment
  • Fleet management and support operations for 52 C-5Ms
  • 12 sustaining engineering/software & technical services  contracts
  • Conditioned-Based Maintenance Plus (CBM+) and Additive  Manufacturing parts
Division Locations
  • Robins AFB, GA
  • Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
  • Provide tactical airlift capabilities to the Total Force, while providing unique capabilities for weather reconnaissance, airborne firefighting, aerial spraying, and Arctic/Antarctic supply support
  • Aircraft is capable of operating from rough, dirt strips and is the prime transport for airdropping troops and equipment into hostile areas and difficult terrains
Current Lines of Effort
C-130J Production [ACAT IC]
  • Procure a/c for ANG, AFRC, AFSOC, ACC, USCG, USN/USMC, Foreign Military Sales (FMS)
  • 373 total C-130Js delivered since 1999
C-130 Modernization to include
  • C-130H/J Center Wing Replacement [ACAT II]
  • C-130H Aircraft Modernization Program Inc 2 [ACAT II]
  • C-130J Retrofit 7.0/8.1 [ACAT II]
  • NP-2000 8-Bladed Propellers
C-130 Sustainment
  • Supporting 215 C-130Hs and 245 C-130Js
C-130 Foreign Military Sales (FMS)
  • 40 TCG cases
  • 60 sustainment/production cases
  • 519 aircraft/44 countries supported
Division Locations
  • Robins AFB, GA  [400 + personnel]
  • Wright-Patterson AFB, OH  [210+ personnel]