Ogden Air Logistics Complex

The Ogden Air Logistics Complex, with headquarters at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, provides war-winning expeditionary capabilities to the warfighter through world-class logistics, support, maintenance, distribution and engineering management for actively flying, mature and proven weapon systems. It is one of three complexes assigned to the Air Force Sustainment Center.

The Ogden Air Logistics Complex provides logistics, support, maintenance and distribution for the nation's premier fighter aircraft: the F-35 Lightning II, F-22 Raptor, F-16 Fighting Falcon and A-10 Thunderbolt. In addition, it maintains the C-130 Hercules, T-38 Talon and other weapon systems, as well as the Minuteman III ICBM. The complex is one of the leading providers of software, pneudraulics, secondary power systems, composites and ICBM rocket motors for the Department of Defense. The complex is also the Air Force's Landing Gear Center for Industrial and Technical Expertise, handling all Air Force landing gear and a majority of other DoD landing gear. Personnel in remote locations perform aircraft, missile and electronics maintenance, regeneration and storage.

The Ogden Air Logistics Complex employs more than 8,100 military, civilian and contract personnel at Hill AFB in 155 different job series. The complex also extends to 10 remote locations in the United States and Japan. The scope of responsibility includes cost, schedule and quality of depot repair; and maintenance, repair, overhaul and modification of Air Force aircraft, the Minuteman ICBM system, and a variety of commodities, software, and aircraft storage and regeneration.


The 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group, located at Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz., supports the Department of Defense, NASA and other government agencies by providing selected aerospace depot maintenance and modifications, aircraft regeneration, storage and preservation, and aircraft parts reclamation and disposal.

309th Aircraft Maintenance Group performs depot repair, modification and maintenance support on the F-35 Lightning II, the F-16 Fighting Falcon, F-22 Raptor, C-130 Hercules, T-38 Talon and A-10 Thunderbolt. This support includes teams deployed worldwide to perform aircraft battle damage repair, crash damage repair and field-level depot maintenance. A geographically separated unit maintains T-38 aircraft at Randolph AFB, Texas.

309th Commodities Maintenance Group is the Technical Repair Center for landing gear, wheels, brakes, secondary power systems, hydraulics and pneudraulics, and composites. The group maintains, repairs, manufactures and modifies armament, power systems, gas turbine engines, auxiliary power units, secondary power units, and fuel accessories and controls. In addition the group also does structural sheet metal, aircraft canopies, flight controls and heavy machining work.

309th Electronics Maintenance Group repairs, overhauls and modifies electronics, avionics, radar, laser guidance systems, instrumentation, photonics, electrical systems and components, and ground power, oil and air-cooled generators, and munitions loaders/trailers. It supports programmed depot maintenance and modification of aircraft weapon systems and provides worldwide re-supply support for component parts, and manages the Support Center Pacific, Kadena AB, Japan.

309th Maintenance Support Group is the facilities manager for projects in the Complex maintenance infrastructure program, and manages military construction program projects. Group laboratories analyze and test chemicals, materials, wastes and weapons systems components to help customers sustain and improve their processes. The group is the technical source of repair for the Air Force metrology and calibration program on assigned systems and components.

309th Missile Maintenance Group provides depot-level maintenance and support to America's land-based Intercontinental Ballistic Missile force and to the Air Launched Cruise Missile force. Four geographically separated units provide on-site depot-level maintenance, repair and modifications of 450 Minuteman III launch facilities and 45 missile alert facilities spread across five states. The group plans and directs repair of ICBM operational ground equipment, transportation and handling equipment, reentry systems and unique support equipment. It controls movement, provides storage for Minuteman III weapon system boosters, and performs static firing and depot-level maintenance for the Minuteman III weapon system. Accountable assets are tracked for the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty by the group. The group also conducts strategic and tactical rocket motor propellant dissection and analysis, tests missile integrated systems, repairs shelters and radomes, and performs Radar Cross Section characterization testing of aircraft and flight hardware.

309th Software Engineering Group is leading the way as a world-class software development organization. The 309 SMXG's engineers and technicians provide critical system updates for military bombers, fighter jets, missile systems, satellite systems and others. The group provided "cradle-to-grave" systems support, encompassing software engineering, hardware engineering, program management, data management, and consulting solutions of the highest quality and capability to the warfighter, while meeting the commitment to safety, quality, schedule and cost.


Interested in learning more about the OO-ALC?  Please contact the OO-ALC Business Office at ooalc.businessdevelopment@us.af.mil or 385-423-5297.


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Current as of 20 January 2021