air mobility express
An express airlift system that is activated when Department of Defense requirements dictate. It is comprised of express carrier aircraft and related continental United States infrastructure, Air Mobility Command airlift, and an in-theater rapid distribution system. Also called AMX. See also air mobility; Air Mobility Command.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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