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Gen. William R. Looney, Air Education and Training Command commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Rodney Ellison, AETC command chief master sergeant, stand with the 2005 AETC Outstanding Airmen of the Year.  The winners were announced during a banquet in San Antonio April 7, honoring nominees and winners.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Melissa Peterson) AETC Announces Top Airmen
Air Education and Training Command has announced its top Airmen of 2005. The winners were chosen from among 29 nominees identified by leadership at their home stations as the best professionals in their categories. "The announcement of the AETC Outstanding Airmen of the Year is the culmination of a rigorous, highly competitive selection process to
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Default Air Force Logo Operation Iron Sharpener commences at AFOATS
The Air Force's largest and oldest commissioning source is rallying its forces to improve the way it prepares future officers to tackle global challenges. Military and civilian members at Headquarters Air Force Officer Accession and Training Schools are fully engaged in Operation Iron Sharpener, a process-improvement drill that touches all elements
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The last AT-38 Talon to fly a mission in the Air Force is given a salutatory shower after its final flight April 14 at Sheppard AFB, Texas. Col. Jeffrey Kendall, 80th Flying Training Wing commander, and Lt. Col. Richard McCool, 88th Flying Training Squadron commander, piloted the historic flight. The T-38C, with upgraded equipment, is replacing the AT-38 as the aircraft used for introduction to fighter fundamentals. (Air Force photo by Sandy Wassenmiller) Historical finish: Sheppard AT-38 flies last Air Force mission
As the wheels of two training aircraft touched down on the runway here April 14, a segment in Air Force history ended as the final mission of the AT-38 Talon rolled to a stop, ushering in an updated aircraft and a new era in the T-38C. The final mission flown in the aircraft was in line with the airframe's primary purpose at the 80th Flying
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Maj. Patricia Brubaker, 56th Medical Group Education and Training Flight commander, re-enlists her son, Army Pfc. Anthony Brubaker, over a video teleconference April 19. Pfc. Brubaker is serving at Camp Anaconda, Iraq. (Air Force photo) Air Force mom re-enlists Army son via teleconference to Iraq
An Army soldier snapped to attention in the middle of a crowded conference room April 19 and, following the lead of an officer, began citing the re-enlistment oath. "I, Anthony Brubaker, do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic..." Though Pfc. Brubaker finished
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Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Gerald Murray discusses the progress of the World Wide Command Chiefs Conference with his British counterpart, Warrant Officer Bob Loughlin, and Japanese counterpart, Warrant Officer Ryuichi Kanomata.  The top enlisted members spoke during a break in the conference, held at the Air Force Senior NCO Academy on Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base, Ala., April 24. (Air Force photo by Carl Bergquist) Making Progress

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