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The first day of the Air Education and Training Command Symposium in San Antonio ended with the premiere of the movie "Red tails." Eight surviving Tuskegee Airmen attended. Star of the film Nate Parker introduced the film to 1,950 AETC Airmen and guests. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Marleah Miller)
AETC hosts red carpet 'Red Tails' premiere
The Air Education and Training Command Symposium focuses on the future of the command. But this year, on the eve of the first day, a special event was held to honor heroes and their legacy.Nearly 2,000 symposium attendees filled San Antonio's Lila Cockrell Theater Thursday to pre-screen an upcoming Lucasfilm Ltd. movie, "Red Tails", which
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Gen. Edward A Rice, commander of Air Education and Training Command told AETC Symposium attendees, "This symposium is an investment in you [the service members] so that AETC will continue to grow ...." during his opening remarks. Symposium is a two-day conference designed to inspire AETC Airmen at all levels to engage critical thinking to continue to improve themselves and the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Erik Cardenas) Air Education and Training Command Symposium begins
The 2012 Air Education and Training Command Symposium started today at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center here.More than 4,000 service members, civilians, and business and civic leaders are attending the two-day symposium. The event's theme is "Develop America's Airmen Today...for Tomorrow" and features more than 70 seminars and panels
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