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The Brazilian Air Force reactivated the Sixth Planalto Air Command in Brasilia-Notias

The reactivation of VI COMAR (Comando Areo Planalto) on January 28th aims to consolidate changes in the organizational structure of the Brazilian Air Force Command (COMAER) with activities for monitoring, coordination and control in its area of ​​responsibility, as well as the administrative management of subordinate military organizations, for example through regional performance indicators and trends to measure the achievement of the strategic objectives and the corresponding objectives. During the official ceremony, the Minister of Economy, Finance and Aviation Administration, Major-Brigadier Crepaldi, recalled the creation of COMAR and its main objective: “This organization has the task of maintaining the reference and representativeness of the Force Command Area at a regional level Level, in addition to ensuring the quality of the administrative support activities of subordinate organizations to ensure full administrative support for the fulfillment of the mission

Brigadier Mrio Rodrigues da Costa, who took command of VI COMAR, commented on the work to be carried out as follows: It is an enormous responsibility to represent the commander and to oversee his headquarters, which include the air bases of Brasilia, Anpolis, their prefectures and self-help groups ( GAP). Anpolis (Gois) is the headquarters of the fighter aircraft, which today receives the first Gripen NG and centralizes the operation of the new KC 390, Embraer’s multi-purpose transport aircraft. Brasilia is home to the Special Transport Group (GTE), which switches to the main transporter national authorities on their travels and to the 6th Air Transport Squadron (6th ETA) or Guar Squadron, the C-95CM (Embraer EMB-110 Bandeirante, modernized), C- 97 (Embraer EMB-120 Braslia) and C- operates 98 (Cessna 208B Grand Caravan). (Javier Bonilla)

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