The Aviation Center Logistics Command provides full spectrum maintenance, supply and contractor oversight in order to ensure availability for all Aviation training mission requirements in support of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command at Fort Rucker and Fort Benning.
ACLC was originally the Aircraft Logistics Management Division, a staff agency of the Directorate of Logistics, Fort Rucker. In February 2002, it was transferred to the Aviation Training Brigade and a pilot program between TRADOC and the U.S. Army Materiel Command to realign the training equipment maintenance mission from TRADOC to AMC.
The objectives were twofold and testing of the program resulted in attaining the following goals:
- Enable TRADOC to focus on training Soldiers while leveraging the maintenance expertise of AMC and its MSCs to improve the training fleet's readiness; and
- Complete maintenance functions within projected costs and reduce negative impacts to student training that had been hampered by past non-availability of equipment.
In February 2003, ALMD was placed under the operational control of the Aviation and Missile Command and became the Aviation Center Logistics Command. In August 2004, ACLC was formally activated as a provisional command under AMCOM.
Welcome to Aviation Center Logistics Command
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Commander, Aviation Center Logistics Command
Col. Matthew L. Parker commissioned as a second lieutenant in aviation in May 2000 from the United States Military Academy before attending the Aviation Officer Basic Course and Flight School at Fort Rucker, Alabama, to eventually become an AH-64A Apache helicopter pilot. His first duty assignment was at Fliegerhorst Airfield, Germany, where he served with 1st Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment, 4th Brigade, 1st Armored Division as an attack platoon leader and assistant battalion operations officer. While in these assignments... READ MORE
Deputy to the Commander, Aviation Center Logistics Command
Tildon K. “Kye” Allen is the deputy to the commander for the Aviation Center Logistics Command at Fort Rucker, Alabama. In this capacity, he serves as principal assistant and advisor to the commander for the management of logistics, aviation maintenance, and contract management supporting helicopter and UAV flight training and operations for the U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence and Fleet Maintenance Expanded mission supporting Fires Center of Excellence, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Allen is responsible... READ MORE
Sergeant Major, Aviation Center Logistics Command
Sgt. Maj. Devon M. Weber is a native of Pocono Lake, Pennsylvania. He enlisted in the United States Army September 1996 as a CH-47 helicopter repairer (67U). He completed Basic Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Eustis, Virginia, where he was awarded the military occupational specialty of 15U, CH-47 helicopter repairer. Weber’s primary military education includes the Basic Leader Course, Advanced Leaders Course and Senior Leaders Course. His additional military education... READ MORE