AFLMA

AcronymDefinition
AFLMAAir Force Logistics Management Agency
AFLMAAustralian Football League Membership Association
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AFLMA was activated effective 1 October 1975 as the Air Force Logistics Management Center (AFLMC) under Special Order G-93, under Air University at then Gunter Air Force Station in Montgomery, Alabama.
AFLMA and the working group conceptualized and designed a training architecture that provided the war-fighter with an integrated and networked tool that increased the interoperability of the various Services.
Recently, the AFLMA and OAS collaborated on a study of C-5 maintenance data.
A model developed in coordination with AFLMA analysts demonstrates the impacts of lowering the missile alert rate on daily maintenance team utilization.
The 405th SCMS/GULA has developed some business rules for retention (see AFLMA Report LR200715100, Equipment Retention Analysis).
The author, along with AFLMA analysts, felt that the 114 days provided ample data for a realistic representation of the actual maintenance environment, a goal while constructing the model.
AFLMA Report LR201109404, Contingency Resupply Times documents that most contingency resupply times average less than 20 days and recommends the Air Force use variable resupply times in computing RSPs.
(58.) John Bell and Richard Hardemon, Total Not Mission Capable for Maintenance (TNMCM) Study, Maxwell AFB, Gunter Annex, Alabama: AFLMA, 2000, iv-v.
The AFLMA will have a key role in shaping and implementing transformation within the Air Force Logistics community.
The mission of the AFLMA flows directly from the Air Force mission "to fly, fight and win ...
The AFLMA is uniquely positioned to be a leader in logistics transformation efforts and the logistics go to problem solver for the US Air Force.
Anyone can submit a proposed project, problem, or area for study to the AFLMA, but it must be channeled through the appropriate command director of logistics (A4) or one of the Air Staff directors.