309 AMARG History

Immediately after World War II, the Army's San Antonio Air Technical Service Command established a storage facility for B-29 and C-47 aircraft at Davis-Monthan AFB. Today, this facility is the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (309 AMARG), which has grown to include more than 3,150 aircraft, 5,900 engines and 340,000 pieces of aircraft production tooling from the Air Force, Navy-Marine Corps, Army, Coast Guard, and several federal agencies including NASA. America’s “Airpower Reservoir,” the 309 AMARG, celebrated 75 years on April 1, 2021. 

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The 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (309 AMARG) is a one-of-a-kind specialized facility within the Air Force Materiel Command structure. 309 AMARG provides critical aerospace maintenance and regeneration capabilities for Joint and Allied/Coalition warfighters in support of global operations and agile combat support for a wide range of military operations.

309 AMARG FOIA

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"If dissatisfied with the response received from the center, you may contact the FOIA Public Liaison at (703) 696-6487 or email af.foiapa@pentagon.af.mil."

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