32d Army Air & Missile Defense Command

 

About Us


The 32d Army Air and Missile Defense Command (AAMDC) is a theater level Army air and missile defense multi-component organization with a worldwide, 72-hour deployment mission. 32d AAMDC consists of four brigades, 11th ADA, 31st ADA, 69th ADA and 108th ADA; all four stand ready to accomplish any mission - anywhere, anytime in support of the regional combatant commander.

The 32d AAMDC is the Army Forces and Joint Forces Land Component Commanders' (ARFOR / JFLCC) organization that performs critical theater air and missile defense planning, integration, coordination, and execution functions. The 32d AAMDC coordinates and integrates the four operational elements (or pillars) of theater missile defense (TMD): passive defense, active defense, attack operations, and battle management/command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence (BM/C4I) to protect contingency, forward deployed, and reinforcing forces, as well as designated theater strategic assets. The 32d AAMDC commands echelon above corps (EAC) ADA brigades and other assigned forces.

The 32d AAMDC is based at FT Bliss, Texas and falls within the authority and under the operational control of U. S. Forces Command (FORSCOM). Current Army authorization documents provide for three AAMDC's (two Active/Reserve Component, and one fully Reserve Component).