Army wins big in cost savings through Value Engineering program
July 31, 2017
The recipients of the Department of Defense’s Value Engineering Achievement Awards are honored during an award ceremony held in the auditorium of the Pentagon in Arlington, Va., July 18, 2017. (U.S. Army Photo by Zane Ecklund)

Conference focuses on evolving world of simulation training
July 26, 2017
Patrick Lynch, the lead for gaming for MILVETS Systems Technology, one of the contractors at Fort Riley that implements and manages the Army Mission System Command, demonstrates a Soldier’s station at the Mission Training Complex. The AMSC includes the upgraded Multi-Resolution Federation-Brigade (MRF-B) system highlighted at the Hub and Spoke Conference at Fort Riley’s Mission Training Complex July 11 through 13.

Blue Star Museums offer free admission
July 14, 2017

Army Field Support Battalion-Riley welcomes new commander
July 12, 2017
Lt. Col. Zachary T. Miller, left, receives command of 407th Army Field Support Battalion-Riley during a change of command ceremony June 30 at Cavalry Parade Field. Handing the colors to Miller is Col. Eric P. Shirley, commander of the 407th Army Field Support Brigade. Looking on is Lt. Col. Brian D. Beiner, outgoing commander of AFSBn-Riley.

GRL scientist wins award for innovation
April 21, 2017
The U.S. Army Materiel Command has announced that Physical Scientist Dr. Richard Massaro of the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s Geospatial Research Laboratory is the winner in the Fiscal Year 2016 Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene Award for Innovation in the Individual-Civilian category. Massaro’s program “Tactical Full Motion Video to 3D,” benefits the Army and DOD in providing Soldiers and deployed forces with highly-detailed geospatial data delivered by manned and unmanned systems.

‘Spare parts to spare ribs,’ Materiel commander visits post
September 12, 2014
Maj. Gen. Paul E. Funk II, commanding general, 1st Inf. Div. and Fort Riley, shows Gen. Dennis L. Via, commander, USAMC, a display of “Big Red One” Medal of Honor recipients in the entryway of the division’s headquarters building Aug. 14 at Fort Riley.

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AMCOM Command COVID-19 Update
U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command
March 24, 2020 | 2:07
Maj. Gen. Todd Royar and Command Sgt. Maj. Mike Dove provide an update to the AMCOM workforce.
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AMC — The Army's Materiel Integrator


The U.S. Army Materiel Command develops and delivers materiel readiness solutions to ensure globally dominant land force capabilities. Headquartered at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, Army Materiel Command is one of four Army Commands. AMC synchronizes and integrates the Army's total capabilities in support of the Chief of Staff of the Army’s priorities and Combatant Command requirements. As the Army’s Lead Materiel Integrator, Army Materiel Command manages the global supply chain, synchronizing logistics and sustainment activities across the Army.


AMC Priorities


Army Materiel Command's roughly 165,000-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.



Army Materiel Command delivers precision sustainment and materiel readiness to an expeditionary global force from the Joint Strategic Support Area to the tactical point of contact across the spectrum of conflict in support of the Joint Force.



Army Materiel Command is the premier enterprise postured to support a global Joint Force with predictive and precision sustainment.