AMXS

AcronymDefinition
AMXSAircraft Maintenance Squadron (USAF)
AMXSAirport Mapping Exchange Schema
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(16) Considering the productivity factors from Table 1, the net effect of these productivity factors alone was a reduction of the 436 AMXS viable resource pool by an average of 5.68 percent.
His maintenance and planning efforts also contributed to the 31st AMXS being selected for the United States Air Forces in Europe's Maintenance Effectiveness Award for 2005.
Anthony Calderone, a 22nd AMXS crew chief, first saw when he found himself working beside Ruggles for the first time.
"I want to lead the first public sector organization to become a Platinum recipient of the Shingo Prize," said Robert Hall, the 573rd AMXS director.
Reports have put the number of aircraft to be acquired under the F-X program, as it is called, at up to 12, but sources indicate that the eventual requirement is for some 72 aircraft (some sources even forecasting as many as 150) to replace the FAB's aging Mirage IIIs and Vs, AMXs, and F-5s.
Matthew Cocran, a crew chief in the 2nd AMXS, an active-duty unit at Barksdale.
This abundance of experience isn't unique for the 562nd AMXS.
436 AMXS Availability Descriptive Statistics March 07 April 07 411 Assigned Min Max Mean Range Min Max Mean Range Available 100 202 147 102 104 163 137 59 % of Assigned 24% 49% 36% 25% 25% 40% 33% 14% March-April 07 411 Assigned Min Max Mean Range Available 100 202 142 102 % of Assigned 24% 49% 35% 25% Table 5.
The South African Air Force's Cheetah aircraft are due to be replaced by the Gripen beginning in 2006, making them readily available for purchase by Brazil, which has long had a requirement for fighters to replace the aging Mirage IIIs and Vs, AMXs, and F-5s in service with the Forca Aerea Brasileira (FAB, the Brazilian Air Force).
Clay--552 AMXS, 552 ACW, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ (June 2017)