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Air Force Aims to Help Airmen Develop Mobility Skills Through New Course

The U.S. Air Force‘s Expeditionary Center has launched three new courses to educate students about their roles in the Air Mobility Command’s mission and offer information on organizations that collaborate to support rapid global mobility efforts.

The military branch said Saturday the RGM courses are designed for AMC airmen at newly assigned, upgraded and transitioning leadership positions.

“We have a responsibility to provide our airmen with the tools and knowledge to succeed in any environment,” said Gen. Carlton Everhart II, AMC commander.

“Our team at the Expeditionary Operations School developed this course from the ground up with mobility airmen in mind,” said Maj. Gen. Christopher Bence, commander of the Air Force Expeditionary Center.

AMC will deploy a mobile on-demand training and information platform to aid the Air Force Expeditionary Operations School in mobility force development efforts.

The service branch noted that RGM Courses 1 and 2 are web-based and accessible via any device.

RGMC 3 is a five-day course for students to interact with AMC subject matter experts in scenario-based education challenges.

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