winners will be recognized in calendar year 2015.
During this AAME
cycle, Company A not only grew in personnel strength from 30 to 170, but successfully fielded and validated the newest version of the Army's Joint Nodal Transport Capability equipment, which enables their tactical Signal mission.
The AAME competition is valuable to unit leaders because it provides them with an opportunity to take an indepth look at their maintenance operations.
Competing in the AAME truly unifies a unit toward a single goal--victory.
The AAME program's biggest weakness is its lack of visibility.
Units that do not participate in AAME miss the benefits they would gain if they competed.
WINNERS WILL BE HONORED AT AN AWARDS CEREMONY IN CALENDAR YEAR 2013.
Participation in the AAME competition demands command emphasis.
The AAME competition offers senior leaders an opportunity to validate the role that their junior leaders play in day-to-day maintenance activities.
Participating in the AAME competition allows units to establish and verify processes that streamline operations and maintain efficiency.
Essentially, it was through our preparation for the AAME competition that we realized that some of our internal processes needed improvement.
The top AAME
winners are also nominated for the Secretary of Defense Maintenance Awards program.