PAST AND PRESENT AREAS OF OPERATION
Airborne Operations’ highly integrated and diversified supply chain spans the six geographic commands. We support civilian and military initiatives in these geographic areas of responsibility (AORs) by providing a more expansive range of fixed and rotary wing aviation assets as well as ground support.
When needs arise in areas with hazardous terrains or extreme environments, we provide government agencies and civilian organizations with rapid access to non-standard rotary wing aircraft that have the capabilities to safely operate in austere environments impacted by conditions such as wind and sand, high altitudes, off-shore vertical replenishment (VETREP) and extreme variants in temperatures – hot and cold.
Airborne Operations’ special fixed wing assets include aircraft with short take-off and landing (STOL) capabilities on low grade airstrips that are inaccessible to conventional aircraft. Our aviation, MRO and training operators have robust records of performance in these regions and they are vetted to our exacting organizational standards of safety and compliance. No matter where events occur in the geographic commands, Airborne Operations global supply chain network enables government agencies and civilian organizations to mobilize faster with greater agility and mission-centric responsiveness.
The map below highlights past experience and our current global reach for aviation, MRO and training capabilities across the geographic commands.