To promote Total Force Integration by delivering premiere medical readiness support for assigned Geographically Separated Unit (GSUs).
The 920th AMDS provides the following services to support Joint Base Langley-Eustis and co-located Reserve organizations: flight medicine, physical exams, medical readiness, medical logistics, occupational medicine, optometry, dentistry, the drug demand reduction program, family care, lab services, health promotion services and oversight of the flight physical testing program.
The Reserve medical unit supports eight geographically separated units across six MAJCOMs from 10th Air Force, 22nd Air Force, 4th Air Force and Air Force Reserve Command.
The unit relies on support from the 633d Medical Group (active duty), other active duty units on base, and Reserve units which the 920th AMDS serves. By leveraging the relationships of various specialties to support the unit mission, the squadron provides value-added high quality service including an efficient, streamlined physical health assessment process that has resulted in extremely high customer satisfaction response and satisfaction rates.
920th AMDS customers:
High impact team dedicated to medically supporting the warfighter, now and into the future.
Sharpening the tip of the spear.
In an activation ceremony on August 5, 2012, the former 610th Aerospace Medicine Flight (AMDF) was realigned as the 920th AMDF under the 920th Rescue Wing, Patrick Air Force Base, Florida. Effective 29 February 2016, the 920th AMDF became the 920th AMDS. The 920th AMDS will remain at Joint Base Langley-Eustis (JBLE) as one of three 920th RQW units that are geographically separated throughout the contiguous United States. The other two are: the 943rd Rescue Group, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona and the 304th Rescue Squadron, Portland International Airport, Oregon.