Army Materiel Command's roughly 175,000-strong military, civilian and contractor workforce is the command's greatest resource and the core of the command's support to the Warfighter. With People as the Army and AMC's top priority, the command is responsible for four of the Quality of Life initiatives set by the Chief of Staff of the Army: Housing, Child Care, Spouse Employment and PCS Moves.
Army Materiel Command continues to synchronize, integrate and operationalize its capabilities, providing installation and materiel readiness to meet current and future requirements. From managing the Army's Organic Industrial Base to increasing supply availability, AMC ensures Soldiers have the equipment and materiel they need from the installation to the forward tactical edge, strengthening Army readiness.
Army Materiel Command logisticians and sustainers are fully embedded within every Army modernization effort and initiative, ensuring sustainment is considered early in the development phase, and driving supply chain and sustainment efficiencies in lockstep with planned improvements and upgrades to equipment. AMC is the lead for divesting legacy systems, freeing up space for new equipment, and for modernization of Army installations and strategic power projection capabilities worldwide.