Located on Fort Riley, the A-TEAM currently employs 103 federal employees. the A-TEAM is the only maintenance facility in Kansas that employs personnel as Title 32 federal technicians from both the Kansas Army and Air National Guard.
Maj. Luke Foster is the A-TEAM shop supervisor
The A-TEAMs customers include the National Guard Bureau and the Tank Automotive Command. The A-TEAM supports TACOM's Foreign Military Sales Program by rebuilding engines and transmissions for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The A-TEAM is also partnered with Army Material Command as an AGT 1500 turbine engine provider. The A-TEAM has shipped AGT1500 turbine engines in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation New Dawn and Operation Noble Eagle. The A-TEAM maintains 2,300 lines of repair parts valued at $22 million.
The A-TEAM has 10 separate maintenance sections, each having a distinct and specialized role. These include the Allied Trades Section, Disassembly and Cleaning, Quality Assurance/Quality Control Inspection Section, Verification/Non-Destructive Inspection Section, Maintenance Rebuild Section, Component Rebuild Section, Production Control Section, Repair Parts Section, Property Accountability Section, and the Front Office. In addition, the A-TEAM also facilitates Non-Destructive Testing for Fort Riley and the Maneuver Area Training Equipment Site special repair sections.
The A-TEAM has the National Guard's only "in house," ground-based Joint Oil Analysis Program, saving time and shipping costs. The oil spectrometer tests for contaminants in a wide variety of equipment including engines, transmissions and hydraulic systems.