ATS performs RESET maintenance and aircraft modifications of Army UH-60 (Blackhawk) helicopters for the Aviation and Missile Command, the Combat Aviation Brigades (CAB) at Fort Campbell, and other aviation units within the central region. ATS restores and resets Army rotary wing assets to fully mission capable condition, installs current modifications as required, and provides logistical support for all model, design, and series under the program.
On the second largest base in the Air Force, ATS provides comprehensive fuels management services. ATS manages the requisition, receipt, storage, issue, handling, quality control, and accounting of demineralized water, petroleum, and cryogenic products. Our services include the operation of the Fuels Service Center (FSC), the Fuels Laboratory, and the self-service automated service station as well as maintenance and dispatch of refueling vehicles.
ATS supports the United States Special Operations Command with a variety of specialized skills at multiple locations in the United States and overseas.
ATS provides aircraft and equipment maintenance to support the UH-1N aircraft the U.S. Air Force uses in flight crew training at the USAF Survival School and at the Tacoma Command Post located in Cusick, WA; water rescue training in Tillamook, OR; desert rescue training in Vantage, WA; tropical training in Forks, WA; and the National Search and Rescue Plan. ATS employees prepare aircraft before crew arrival, assist during flight preparations, and then recover, inspect, and service each aircraft before the next launch.
ATS provides base supply, fuels management, and other services in support of aircraft assigned to the 89th Airlift Wing and the 11th Wing and their customers including Air Force One and the entire fleet of 40 aircraft serving the President, Vice President, cabinet officers, and a variety of congressional, and military officials. ATS also provides materiel management and logistics for Andrews AFB, Bolling AFB, and the Pentagon.
ATS supports TACOM in the modifications of the Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) family of vehicles and trailers by removing existing structures and applying armor modification kits that improve crew survivability. In addition, as part of the Care of Supplies in Storage (COSIS) program, ATS mechanics maintain a fleet of 700 HEMTT vehicles in storage so they are available for readiness, Foreign Military Sales (FMS), deployment, or spares as needed by the U.S. Army.
ATS provides complete 24/7 fuels coverage. Fuels management operations include planning and coordinating all refuel, defuel, receipt, storage, and issue of all petroleum commodities. In addition, our personnel validate the inventory management plan to ensure war reserves are always ready. ATS also provides high-level expertise on technical and safety-related fuels issues, including active participation in Defense Energy Support Center fuels initiatives.