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Aeromedical evacuation control team

Aeromedical evacuation control team— A core team assigned to a component-numbered air force air operations center air mobility division that provides operational planning, scheduling, and execution of theater aeromedical evacuation missions and positioning of aeromedical evacuation ground forces.  Also called AECT.

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