Operational Support Airlift Activity - OSAA

Operational Support Airlift Activity - OSAA The Operational Support Airlift Agency (OSAA) is a Department of the Army Field Operating Agency (FOA) under the National Guard Bureau (NGB).

The agency was activated to consolidate the ex*****on and management of the Army's Operational Support Airlift program under one responsible entity. OSAA provides command, staff, and resourcing support for the Army National Guard's (ARNG) entire fixed wing program. This program includes the Operational Support Airlift Command (OSACOM) , its four regional flight centers (RFC), 80 seperate flying un

The agency was activated to consolidate the ex*****on and management of the Army's Operational Support Airlift program under one responsible entity. OSAA provides command, staff, and resourcing support for the Army National Guard's (ARNG) entire fixed wing program. This program includes the Operational Support Airlift Command (OSACOM) , its four regional flight centers (RFC), 80 seperate flying un

07/15/2019

Questions regarding the reduction of the Fixed Wing flying hours should be directed to the OSA-A S3, 703-806-7202.

This impact is Army-wide and is not just affecting the National Guard.

OSA-A is working with the Fixed Wing Advisory Council, the SAAO Executive Committee and the ARNG-AV to develop priority guidance for flying hour ex*****on and mission support to enable the National Guard to continue to generate ready aircrews in support of deployment requirements.

06/14/2019

From the OSA-A Commander:

Congratulations!

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Ladies and Gentlemen,

On behalf of the DARNG and Chief ARNG-HCM, COL Rynders; I am pleased to announce the selection of SGM Manuel Almanza for OSA-A Command Sergeant Major.

CSM Almanza, has served with the OSA-A Team early in his career as a 15P. He brings a tremendous reputation of excellence and a wealth of knowledge at the National-level as a valued member of the ARNG and NGB Staff. He has also previously served as a Command Sergeant Major. Please joining me in welcoming CSM Almanza and the Almanza Family to the OSA-A Team.

CSM Almanza will report to OSA-A, on or about 1 July 2019. Will keep you updated on plans for an Assumption of Responsibility in the coming weeks. -V/r D Rasor

Respectfully,
W. Darrell Rasor
LTC, AV
Commanding
Operational Support Airlift -Activity (OSA-A)

The OSA-A was featured in the November 2018 issue of King Air Magazine.Many thanks to the entire field for continuing to...
11/21/2018
Unity of Effort-OSA-A unifies non-executive, fixed-wing operations for the U.S. Army - King Air

The OSA-A was featured in the November 2018 issue of King Air Magazine.

Many thanks to the entire field for continuing to be professionals across the Army Aviation enterprise and for contributing to the Total Army Force.

Fly Army, Fly OSA!

Wherever you are in the world, there’s likely a Beechcraft King Air near you that is flying under the coordination of the United States Army Operational Support Airlift Activity (OSA-A). OSA-A plans, coordinates and conducts non-executive airlift for soldiers, civilians and light cargo for the Arm...

The OSA-A received a new Battalion Commander over the summer. The battalion welcomes LTC William Darrell Rasor (Alaska G...
09/13/2018
US Army Military District of Washington

The OSA-A received a new Battalion Commander over the summer. The battalion welcomes LTC William Darrell Rasor (Alaska Guard) as he takes over from now-COL James Bibb (New Mexico Guard).

The OSA-A wished COL Bibb farewell and good luck in his new assignment as the ARNG Liaison Officer at Fort Jackson, SC.

LTC Rasor returns to a familiar environment as he has held multiple past assignments within the former OSAA and OSACOM ranging from HHC Commander, Adjutant, Operations Officer-Washington Regional Flight Center (WARFC), Commander-WARFC and Deputy BN S-3. He returns to OSA-A from his most recent assignment at the Pentagon working at HQDA Force Management.

New commander takes over at OSAA

The OSA-A is monitoring Hurricane Florence.  Operations is coordinating support requirements with our fixed wing assets ...
09/12/2018
The National Guard

The OSA-A is monitoring Hurricane Florence. Operations is coordinating support requirements with our fixed wing assets across the country for pre- and post-hurricane events.

The OSA-A hopes everyone stays safe during and after the impact of the storm.

Emergency preparations are underway in Virginia and other southeastern states in advance of an anticipated strike this week by Hurricane Florence.

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