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AFM - Aviation Field Maintenance

AFM - Aviation Field Maintenance

M&E recruit maintenance and supply teams to provide worldwide Aviation Field and Sustainment Level Maintenance (AFM), and complete maintenance mechanic jobs. They encompass Reset, non-standard repair, installation and removal of Modification Work Orders (MWO), Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB) Pass-back Maintenance Support. 

We have been supporting AFM for a number of years and due to mission requirements, the footprint has expanded to include Germany, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Iraq and Honduras. 

Skills set provided under AFM so far include: 

  • Aircraft Mechanics Level I and II 

  • Avionics Technicians 

  • CNC Machinists 

  • Electronics Technicians 

  • Production Control Clerks

  • Sheet Metal Workers

  • Supply Technicians

  • Tools and Parts Attendants

  • Warehouse Specialists

  • Other maintenance mechanic jobs

A closer look at Maintenance: 

M&E has formed a strong relationship with clients who need candidates to complete maintenance mechanic jobs on their complex military equipment, with the all-encompassing aim to deliver recruitment standards of the highest quality while quickly and effectively reacting to the changing needs of a project throughout its lifecycle. We manage aspects such as accommodation, travel, and the provision of ancillary equipment to meet specific requirements. This way, we ensure that those who work on your maintenance contracts are well looked after and happy in their work, whether they’re civilians or ex-forces personnel with equipment maintenance experience. 

A closer look at Supply & Logistics: 

We have helped develop site-based infrastructures across the globe for nearly 20 years, consistently demonstrating how our skills, methods and ethos are perfectly suited to establishing, regenerating and supporting national, industrial and expeditionary infrastructure. From leadership to project management, maintenance mechanic jobs to administration, we provide an extensive range of contract workers to achieve these goals; these roles are often diverse and demand highly skilled workers who are capable of managing increasingly complex supply chain systems and logistics planning.

  • ​The staff at M&E have proven to be not only resourceful but also extremely supportive with work related issues.

    In addition to this they also support with private challenges that one might encounter when moving to a different country. Driving is my passion, during my first 6 months working with M&E I was fortunate to progress from Movement Control Driver to Recovery Ops.

    Michal Tycner
    Michal Tycner

    M&E Global - Heavy Equipment Mechanic Recovery Ops

    Michal Tycner
  • ​Working abroad is an unbeatable experience, both personally and for career development.

    When I saw the opportunity with M&E to work for the US military in Germany, I thought it sounded amazing – and I haven’t looked back since! There are plenty of opportunities for training and development for anyone who wants it. You will also learn on the job too – in fact, I’d say that I’ve learnt something new every day since I’ve been here!Life here is great. I’ve made lots of friends, both on and off base, and there are loads of opportunities to travel and explore on the weekends. 

    Ben Welton
    Ben Welton

    M&E Global - Ground Support Equipment Mechanic

    Ben Welton
  • ​M&E Global gave me the training and opportunities to progress in my career.

    ​What I like most about my work at M&E is the opportunities it offers me for development and the challenges and complexity of the tasks it puts in front of me. ​​Secondly, it's great that I’m learning about working in a military environment. I emphasise learning, because the area is so vast that you will always be surprised by something new!

    Waldemar Grobelny
    Waldemar Grobelny

    M&E Global - Supply Support Activity Supervisor

    Waldemar Grobelny