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The 81st Training Support Squadron Military Training Leader School officially opens at the newly-relocated course center in Lott Hall, July 17, 2017, on Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. The course recently moved locations from Allee Hall to Lott Hall, and now features its own dedicated classroom, CPR training room, conference room and instructor offices, as well as additional resources and career field heritage pieces. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Duncan McElroy) Keesler furthers MTL development with new building, resources
The 81st Training Support Squadron’s Military Training Leader Course schoolhouse has a new home in Lott Hall, where the first course in the new building began July 17.The instructors, formerly based in Allee Hall, only had a couple classrooms at their disposal. They now have access to a dedicated training area and resources.“The new space is
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(U.S. Air Force graphic by Staff Sgt. Chip Pons) AETC Announces Changes to Developmental Special Duty Assignments
Air Force officials are making three substantial changes to the Developmental Special Duty process that will significantly improve the Air Force’s ability to fill these important positions by adding more flexibility to the process and increasing opportunities for noncommissioned officers. The changes include opening military training instructor
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Master Sgt. Kelli Jackson (left), 558th Flying Training Squadron military training leader and superintendent, and Derius Jackson, 558th FTS military training leader and assistant flight chief, conduct morning formation with basic sensor operator technical training students at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Dec. 14, 2016. To become an MTL, a special duty, service members must be recommended by their leadership and graduate from a Military Training Leader Course at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Lauren Parsons/Released) MTLs, instructors don't 'leave an Airman behind' during holiday season
Master Sgt. Kelli Jackson and Staff Sgt. Derius Jackson know their job as military training leaders, or MTLs, is critical to the development of the Air Force’s newest Airmen. Sporting a blue aiguillette, or rope, as an identifier, MTLs across the Air Force are charged with helping new Airmen transition to the operational Air Force after graduating
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A blue rope hangs on a chair during a graduation ceremony at Lott Hall Feb. 11, 2016, Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. The first selected group of NCOs graduated the military training leader course after attending the nine-day class at Keesler. The program, formerly based out of Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, is designed to mentor, train and lead Airmen in technical training as military training leaders. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue) MTL course develops new curriculum
The Air Force’s only Military Training Leader Course is doubling from a two-week to a four-week class to provide graduates with a more robust skill-set beginning Oct. 24, 2016. “We’re providing our new MTLs great leadership training with this revamped curriculum,” said Mullen. “We’re excited and ready to engage our NCO, senior NCO and international
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