(2) The division materiel management center (DMMC) is the division's logistics
coordinating and control element and is an element of the HHC/MMC. The DMMC provides materiel
functions to meet the division's operational needs. The DMMC:
(a) Manages all materiel for which the DISCOM is responsible (except class VIII
(b) Determines supply and maintenance requirements and workload.
(c) Coordinates with the corps MMC on functions such as evacuation of materiel, backup
support, and emergency requirements.
(d) Serves as the division focal point for coordination and execution of weapon systems
(e) Monitors the division's authorized stockage list of supplies and repair parts and
processes requisitions from support unit activities and directs the issue of supplies.
(f) Authenticates ammunition requirements (the division ammunition officer is also chief
of the class V section of the DMMC).
(g) Develops and controls the division's operational readiness float (ORF).
(h) Performs numerous peacetime functions such as reporting and monitoring the oil
analysis program, modification work order control, etc.
(3) The AMCO.
(a) The AMCO provides aviation intermediate maintenance (AVIM) to the division's
aviation brigade, to include aircraft armament and avionics repair, aircraft repair parts supply, and
aircraft recovery and evacuation. The AMCO, with approximately 250 assigned soldiers, also operates
an aviation direct exchange and maintains the ORF for selected aviation items.
(b) The AMCO is structured to support the particular tactical aircraft assigned to the
division (normally observation, utility, and attack helicopters). Commanded by a major who reports
directly to the DISCOM commander, the AMCO establishes a close working relationship with the
aviation brigade commander and staff, as well as aviation brigade units. It operates in direct support of
the aviation brigade just as the FSBs do for the maneuver brigades.