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The 621st Air Mobility Advisory Group assigned to 621st Contingency Response Wing stationed at Joint Base McGuire-Dix Lakehurst, NJ, contains the 571st and 818th Mobility Support Advisory Squadrons (MSAS), 321st and 621st Air Mobility Operations Squadrons (AMOS) and the 621st Mobility Support Operations Squadron (MSOS).

Each MSAS unit focuses on the mutual exchange of air mobility concepts and procedures with partner nations in the development of their air mobility systems–the 818th MSAS is primarily focused on operations in Africa, while the 571st MSAS is trained to operate in Central and South America.

The 321st and 621st Air Mobility Operations Squadrons provide operational, level-of-war planning and execution of theater airlift, air refueling, and aeromedical evacuation missions. The squadrons accomplish this role by augmenting existing Air Mobility Divisions (AMD) or Air and Space Operations Centers within the theater, or by standing up an independent AMD in austere environments. While performing AMD duties, AMOS personnel synchronize scheduling of all theater-owned airframes and aircrew to meet the theater commanders’ mobility objectives.

The 621st Mobility Support Operations Squadron is comprised of Air Mobility Liaison Officers who provide air mobility expertise to their aligned Army/Marine brigade and division and corps level commanders. Entirely dispersed across different 20 locations and 18 time zones, AMLOs of the 621 MSOS are embedded to support any exercise, deployment or contingency tasked to their Army and Marine Corps hosts. AMLO operating locations include: Fort Drum, NY; Fort Bragg and Camp Lejeune, NC; Fort Stewart and Fort Benning, GA; Fort Campbell and Fort Knox, KY; Fort Carson, CO; Fort Riley, KS; Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA; Fort Hood, TX; Fort Bliss, TX; Fort Polk, LA.; Wiesbaden and Kaiserslautern, Germany; Vicenza, Italy; Okinawa, Japan, and the Republic of Korea.

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