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Default Air Force Logo Laughlin Historian recounts Civilian Acculturation Leadership Training program
Casey Connell, 47th Flying Training Wing historian, recounts his experience at the Civilian Acculturation Leadership Training program.
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The 99th Flying Training Squadron is the Department of Defense’s sole provider for T-1A Jayhawk pilot instructor training. The squadron was formed during World War II as the first flying unit for African Americans known as the Tuskegee Airmen, and it was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation, originally called the Distinguished Unit Citation, for extraordinary heroism in action against an armed enemy. 99th FTS carries on Tuskegee Airmen legacy, trains ‘world’s best’ instructor pilots
During World War II, a group of pilots from the 99th FighterSquadron made a name for themselves as being experts in the sky abroad, whilealso breaking racial barriers at home. With red-tailed aircraft by their side, bombers could restassured they would return from a mission, and young African American childrenwith a dream to serve their nation now
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Default Air Force Logo South Carolina AFJROTC unit receives record number of AFROTC scholarships
Air Force ROTC recently awarded scholarships to seven Air Force JROTC cadets at Clover High School, South Carolina, a new record for the school.“That’s nearly one-third of my senior class,” said retired Maj. Brian Batson during a recent interview with the local newspaper The Herald. “You could tell this class was special when they started with us
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Tech. Sgt. Timothy, 334th Training Squadron combat control instructor, briefs Air Force ROTC cadets on Keesler’s battlefield Airmen training at Matero Hall during Pathways to Blue April 15, 2016, Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. Pathways to Blue, a diversity outreach event hosted by 2nd Air Force, the 81st Training Wing and the 403rd Wing, included more than 180 cadets from Air Force ROTC detachments from various colleges and universities. Cadets received hands-on briefings on technical and flying operations and an orientation flight in support of the Air Force's Diversity Strategic Roadmap program. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue) Pathways to Blue shows ROTC cadets the way
More than 180 ROTC cadets from 22 different colleges and 31 active duty enlisted members attended the second annual “Pathways to Blue” initiative hosted by 2nd Air Force at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. April 15-16.During the two-day event, cadets and airmen learned about job opportunities, toured different aircraft and sat down with officers for
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A U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III cargo aircraft takes off, March 4, 2016, from the flightline of Altus Air Force Base, Okla. Eight refueling and cargo aircraft from the base flew in support of the Altus Air Force Base Quarterly Exercise Program (ALTEX) which was established to enhance aircrew instructor opportunities and provide exposure to realistic and emerging tactical scenarios. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Dillon Davis/Released) Altus AFB strengthens capabilities in multi-base exercise
Members from the 97th Air Mobility Wing took part in a two-day flying operations training exercise from March 3-4, 2016.The training exercise is part of the Altus Air Force Base Quarterly Exercise Program (ALTEX) which was established to enhance aircrew instructor opportunities and provide exposure to realistic and emerging tactical scenarios.For
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