AMR-Wind is a massively parallel, block-structured adaptive-mesh, incompressible flow solver for wind turbine and wind farm simulations. The codebase is a wind-focused fork of incflo. The solver is built on top of the AMReX library. AMReX library provides the mesh data structures, mesh adaptivity, as well as the linear solvers used for solving the governing equations. AMR-Wind is actively developed and maintained by a dedicated multi-institutional team from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and Sandia National Laboratories. be able to leverage the high-performance leadership class computating facilities available at DOE national laboratories.