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Air Force Materiel Command (USAF)

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Lineage.  Established as Air Force Materiel Command, and activated, on 1 Jul 1992.

Assignments.  Headquarters, United States Air Force, 1 Jul 1992-. 

Major Components. 

Activities: 

Air Force Packaging and Evaluation:  1 Jul 1992-1 Oct 1994.

Air Force Services: 15 Dec 2014-6 Apr 2015. 

Agencies:

Air Force Installation Contracting (formerly Enterprise Sourcing Group): 28 Oct 2010-1 Oct 2013; 1 Oct 2014-6 Apr 2015.

Band: 

Air Force Band of Flight (later, United States Air Force Band of Flight): 1 Jul 1992-14 Jun 2013.

Centers: 

Aeronautical Systems:  1 Jul 1992-1 Oct 2012. 

Aerospace Guidance and Metrology:  1 Jul 1992-30 Sep 1996. 

Air Force Civil Engineer: 1 Oct 2014-6 Apr 2015.

Air Force Development Test (later, Air Armament):  1 Jul 1992-1 Oct 2012.       

Air Force Financial Services: 1 Oct 2014-6 Apr 2015.    

Air Force Flight Test (later, Air Force Test):  1 Jul 1992-. 

Air Force Global Logistics Support: 28 Mar 2008-1 Oct 2012. 

Air Force Installation and Mission Support: 6 Apr 2015-. 

Air Force Life Cycle Management: 9 Jul 2012-.

Air Force Security Assistance:  1 Jul 1992-1 Oct 2012.    

Air Force Security Forces: 1 Oct 2014-6 Apr 2015.

Air Force Sustainment: 10 Jul 2012-. 

Arnold Engineering Development (later, Arnold Engineering Development Complex):  1 Jul 1992-1 Oct 2012.   

Cataloging and Standardization:  1 Jul 1992-30 Sep 1998. 

Center for Supportability and Technology Insertion:  1 Jul 1992-31 May 1993. 

Electronic Systems:  1 Jul 1992-1 Oct 2012. 

Human Systems (later, 311 Human Systems Wing):  1 Jul 1992-1 Oct 1998.  

Joint Logistics Systems:  1 Jul 1992-30 Apr 1999. 

Materiel Systems:  1 Jul 1992-1 Jan 1994. 

Nuclear Weapons (later, Air Force Nuclear Weapons):  31 Mar 2006-. 

Ogden Air Logistics (later, Ogden Air Logistics Complex):  1 Jul 1992-1 Oct 2012. 

Oklahoma City Air Logistics (later, Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex):  1 Jul 1992-1 Oct 2012. 

Sacramento Air Logistics:  1 Jul 1992-13 Jul 2001. 

San Antonio Air Logistics:  1 Jul 1992-13 Jul 2001. 

Space and Missile Systems:  1 Jul 1992-1 Oct 2001. 

Warner Robins Air Logistics (later, Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex): 1 Jul 1992-.

            Groups:

Enterprise Sourcing (see Air Force Installations Contracting Agency). 

Joint Depot Maintenance Analysis Group (JDMAG):  1 Oct 1994-16 Jul 2012 . 

Laboratory:

Air Force Research: 8 Apr 1997-. 

Museum: 

United States Air Force Museum (later, National Museum of the United States Air Force):  1 Jul 1992-. 

 

Offices: 

Air Force Electronic Combat:  1 Jul 1992-31 May 1993. 

Office of Aerospace Studies (later, Air Force Materiel Command Office of Aerospace Studies):  1 Jul 1992-. 

Air Force Materiel Command Computer Systems:  1 Oct 1994-25 Jul 2013. 

Air Force Materiel Command Contracting:  1 Oct 1994-14 Apr 2000. 

Air Force Materiel Command Law:  1 Jul 1992-. 

Air Force Materiel Command Logistics Support:  1 Oct 1994-. 

Air Force Materiel Command Management Engineering (later, Air Force Materiel Command Quality & Management Innovation; Air Force Materiel Command Manpower and Innovation):  1 Oct 1994-1 Oct 2000. 

Air Force Materiel Command Logistics Support:  1 Oct 1994-.

 Air Force Materiel Command Office of Aerospace Studies: 1 Jul 1992-.                                           

Air Force Materiel Command Operations:  1 Oct 1994- . 

Air Force Materiel Command Studies and Analysis:  1 Aug 1995-1 Oct 2000.  

Air Force Materiel Command Technology Transition: 1 Oct 1994-31 Oct 1997.  

Air Force Office of Scientific Research (later, Air Force Research Laboratory):  1 Jul 1992-8 Apr 1997. 

Squadrons:  

615 Specialized Mission: 1 Jul 1992-1 Oct 1994. 

Air Force Materiel Command Civil Engineer (later Air Force Materiel Command Civil Engineer Office): 1 Oct 1994-25 Jul 2013. 

Air Force Materiel Command Intelligence (later, 21 Intelligence): 13 Sep 2007-9 Oct 2012. 

Wing

377 Air Base:  3 May 2004-31 Mar 2006. 

Stations.  Wright-Patterson AFB. OH, 1 Jul 1992-.

Commanders.  Gen Ronald W. Yates, 1 Jul 1992; Gen Henry Viccellio Jr., 30 Jun 1995; Lt Gen Kenneth E. Eickmann (acting), 9 May 1997; Gen George T. Babbitt Jr., 29 May 1997; Gen Lester L. Lyles, 20 Apr 2000; Gen Gregory S. Martin, 22 Aug 2003; Gen Bruce Carlson, 19 Aug 2005; Gen Donald J. Hoffman, 21 Nov 2008; Gen Janet C. Wolfenbarger, 5 Jun 2012; Gen Ellen M. Palikowski, 8 Jun 2015-  .

Operations.  HQ USAF established the Air Force Materiel Command to create a single, streamlined organization for managing all Air Force research, development, test, acquisition, and support. This action integrated the missions of former Air Force Systems Command and Air Force Logistics Command.  The command managed the integrated research and development, test, acquisition, and sustainment of weapon systems, produced and acquired advanced systems, and operated major product centers, test centers, and the Air Force Research Laboratory.

Service Streamers.  None.

Campaign Streamers.  None.

Armed Forces Expeditionary Streamers.  None

Decorations.  Air Force Organizational Excellence Awards:  1 Jul 1992-30 Jun 1994; 1 Jul 1994-30 Jun 1996; 1 May 1998-30 Apr 2000; 1 Aug 2001-31 Jul 2003; 1 Aug 2003-31 Jul 2005; 1 Aug 2005-31 Jul 2007; 1 Jan 2008-31 Dec 2009; 1 Jun 2011-31 Dec 2012.

Lineage, Assignments, Components, Stations, and Honors through 10 May 2016.

Commanders and Operations through 10 May 2016.

Emblem.  Approved for Air Materiel Command (later, Air Force Logistics Command) on 16 Jun 1947, and adopted by Air Force Materiel Command on 1 Jul 1992.  Latest rendition approved on 22 Apr 2013. 

Prepared by Carl E. Bailey

Reviewed by Daniel L. Haulman