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Lt. Col. Justin Fletcher, a 39th Flying Training Squadron instructor pilot serving as a 19th Air Force reserve Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals instructor here, is the 2018 Air Force Reserve Command nominee for the Col. James Jabara Award for Airmanship. 39th FTS instructor pilot nominated for Jabara Airmanship award
Lt. Col. Justin Fletcher, a 39th Flying Training Squadron instructor pilot serving as a 19th Air Force Reserve Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals instructor here, is the 2018 Air Force Reserve Command nominee for the Col. James Jabara Award for Airmanship. The Jabara award, established in 1967, was named after Col. James Jabara, the first jet ace
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From left, Capt. Daniel Cook, Maj. Ryan Marshall, Capt. Shawn Burnside, Capt. Garrett Glover, Maj. Avery Snyder, and Capt. Daniel Foster, 381st Training Group instructors and maintenance operation officers, pose for a photo at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. Oct. 12, 2017. Selectees of the Air Education and Training Command’s advance nuclear program will be attending top-tier universities, while attaining advance degrees. (U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Keiran Witharana/Released) 381st TRG airmen selected for AETC’s advance nuclear program
Ten members from the 381st Training Group were selected to attend the Air Education and Training Command’s advance nuclear program, here. The selectees will be attending top-tier training programs from some of the finest schools in the world, all while earning advanced degrees. “AETC requested Airmen involved in nuclear programs across the
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Dale Hopkins, T-1A Jayhawk simulation instructor pilot, stands in front of a T-1A Oct. 17, 2017, on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. Since he retired as a colonel in 1989, he has continued his service to the Air Force as a sim instructor, his passion for aviation helping him teach the newest Air Force pilots. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Keith Holcomb) T-1 sim instructor serves over 50 years, has no end in sight
The simple passion of aviation and love of the job has led Dale Hopkins down a 50-plus-year-long career, and it continues to keep him motivated to this day.
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OPERATION NOBLE EAGLE (AFPN) -- An F-15C Eagle shoots off flares during a training mission Feb. 7.  The flares alert civilian aircraft that they are in restricted airspace.  The 33rd Fighter Wing has been supporting Operation Noble Eagle since Sept. 11, 2001, (U.S. Air Force Photo by Capt. Kristi Beckman) Wielded by the righteous
(Editor’s Note: This article is the second in a series on the 33 FW history)During the Vietnam War, the Nomads cemented themselves in history as the “MiG Killers.” They proved to the aviation world that dog fighting was not dead and that the United States Air Force epitomized air superiority around the globe. In 1978 they transitioned again, this
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Over twenty Airmen from around Air Education and Training Command and the Air Force presented their stories of resiliency and their ideas about how to celebrate life at the annual Senior Leaders Conference at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas Oct. 19, 2017. The presentations were the culmination of several days of discussions during the conference in which Airmen were divided into three groups and asked to get to know one another by telling their stories and drawing from one another's experiences. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Chip Pons) AETC leaders learn from Airmen who celebrate life
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO – RANDOLPH, Texas – Twenty-two Airmen, most from Air Education and Training Command and several from around the Air Force, presented their stories of resiliency and their ideas about how to celebrate life at AETC’s annual Senior Leaders' Conference here Oct. 19. Between stories of hardship and triumph, the Airmen recounted
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