THE ARMY RESERVE AVIATION COMMAND based in Fort Knox, Kentucky, provides command and control for all Army Reserve aviation.

The ARAC provides air traffic services, airfield management, aeromedical evacuation, combat aviation brigade reinforcement, theater aviation support and coordination of aviation staging and onward movement in order to support Army or joint operations.

With more than 4,400 Soldiers, approximately 600 civilians and 230 aircraft in 12 states, the Army Reserve Aviation Command is one-of-a-kind, providing command and control for all Army Reserve aviation, air assault, air movement, aeromedical evacuation, and inter- and intra-theater transportation.

Our rotary-wing aircraft includes UH-60s, HH-60s and CH-47s, while C-12s and UC-35s make up our fixed-wing.

Additionally, the command supports all FEMA regions within the United States to support emergency response.