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U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Steven Kwast, Commander of Air Education and Training Command, speaks to atendees of the 2018 Air Force Association Air Warfare Symposium in Orlando, Fla., Feb. 22, 2018. During his speech Lt. Gen. Kwast explained the importance of innovation for the future of the Air Force and how to develop innovators. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Kenneth W. Norman) AETC commander discusses role of innovation in developing leaders
ORLANDO, Fla., -- Lt. Gen. Steve Kwast, commander of Air Education and Training Command, spoke to Airmen about the importance of developing innovators in today's Air Force at the 2018 Air Force Association Air Warfare Symposium, Feb. 22 in Orlando, Florida. During his speech, Kwast gave his thoughts on the basics of teaching Airmen to be
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2018
Representing Air Education and Training Command, two different projects and the project owners will compete against other inventive solutions across the Air Force, each vying to win this year’s Spark Tank Contest, Air Force senior leaders’ call to action to provide innovative, game-changing solutions. Through the use of virtual reality and augmented reality technologies, the learning tools available to Airmen will be exponentially greater. (Courtesy Image) Augmented, Virtual Reality: Changing Airmen’s learning experience
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas-- The brightest minds across the Air Force have answered senior leaders’ call to action to provide innovative, game-changing solutions for a contest  known as the Air Force Spark Tank. Representing Air Education and Training Command, two different projects and the project owners will compete against other
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2018
ENJJPT leads Pilot Training Now ENJJPT leading the way in new Pilot Training Next program
When Air Education and Training Command’s newest pilot training program takes to the skies in early 2018 in Central Texas, the fingerprints of the 80th Flying Training Wing’s Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training program will be all over it.
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2017
Air Education and Training Command is looking to explore how people learn and making a more efficient path to pilots earning their wings by revolutionizing training through the Pilot Training Next initiative. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Staff Sgt. Chip Pons) AETC explores learning possibilities through new pilot training program
Air Education and Training Command is taking a different look at how people learn and hopes to make a more efficient path for pilots to earn their wings through the Pilot Training Next initiative.Scheduled to begin February 2018, the program’s goal exemplifies the command’s concepts of the Continuum of Learning, including blended learning and
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2017
Col. Gilberto Patino, 81st Medical Operations Squadron cardiopulmonary flight commander, explains surgical procedures used in the cardiac catheterization lab to Lt. Gen. Mark Ediger, Air Force Surgeon General, and Chief Master Sgt. Steve Cum, Jr., Air Force Surgeon General medical enlisted force chief, during a visit to the 81st Medical Group Oct. 17, 2017, on Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi. The purpose of Ediger’s visit was to get familiar with the 81st MDG’s mission, operations and personnel. During his tour, he visited more than 10 different units in the 81st MDG to include mammography, emergency department, radiology and oncology, genetics and the clinical research laboratory. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue) Top doc checks up on Keesler Medical Center
Lt. Gen. Mark Ediger, Surgeon General of the Air Force, toured the Keesler Medical Center, Oct. 17, exploring their mission and meeting the personnel who accomplish it. During his tour, he visited more than 10 different units in the 81st Medical Group to include mammography, emergency department, radiology & oncology, genetics and the clinical research lab. Since Keesler Medical Center sustained damage in 2005 from Hurricane Katrina, they have taken huge steps in patient care and their capabilities.
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