Fleet Readiness Center Mid-Atlantic partners with industry and DOD activities to meet Naval Aviation Enterprise mission capable goals at improved efficiency and reduced cost. We provide superior off-flight line repair and overhaul of engines, components and airframes, in-service scheduled inspections, unscheduled inspections, and modifications, Sea Operational Detachments, and Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment (ALRE) on aviation capable ships. In this endeavor, we will always provide our customers with the readiness and services they need as a provider for the Naval Aviation Enterprise and be financially responsible to and respectful of the American Tax Payer.
FRCMA is the industrial leader in the region. It features Intermediate and Depot level support and its workforce is comprised of nearly 2,500 military, civil service and contract personnel who take great pride in their contributions to fleet readiness and the defense of our country.
In October 2006, FRCMA was established aboard NAS Oceana and realigned under Commander, Fleet Readiness Centers and Commander, Naval Air Forces. Fleet Readiness Center Mid-Atlantic is one of seven Fleet Readiness Centers devoted to the maintenance of naval aircraft and provides full-spectrum aircraft maintenance operations, possessing all of the key capabilities required to maintain high-performance tactical aircraft in support of war fighter readiness.
We will continue to incorporate Continuous Process Improvement tools and methods into everything we do, foster innovation, encourage our Sailors, Marines, and Civilians to advance Naval Aviation readiness. We will place the highest value on the health and welfare of our Sailors, Marines, Civilians and their families. The Command encompasses seven activities geographically dispersed across the Mid-Atlantic AOR supporting F/A-18, E-2, C-2, H-60, H-53, C-130, UH-1, AH-1, V-22, P-3, F-35, UCAS and Test and Evaluation aircraft, associated aeronautical equipment and engines, as well as Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment (ALRE) on aviation capable ships.