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Air Education and Training Command leadership held the Spring 2017 Senior Leader Conference at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, March 6-20, 2017. Lt. Gen. Darryl Roberson, AETC commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Dave Staton, AETC command chief, along with over one hundred senior officer, enlisted and civilian leadership, came together for critical discussions on significant issues as part of a biannual conference focused on bettering the command’s mission, Airmen and capabilities. While at Sheppard, Roberson and his team of senior leaders participated in events such as a dinner hosted by the Sheppard Military Affairs Committee, the AETC 2016 Outstanding Airmen of the Year Banquet, and an 82nd Training Wing Drill Down.
AETC holds Senior Leader Conference
Air Education and Training Command leadership held the Spring 2017 Senior Leader Conference this week at Sheppard. Lt. Gen. Darryl Roberson, AETC commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Dave Staton, AETC command chief, along with over one hundred senior officer, enlisted and civilian leadership, came together for critical discussions on significant issues as part of a biannual conference focused on bettering the command’s mission, Airmen and capabilities.
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B-25 aircraft from the 81st Bombardment Squadron prepare to take off on a bombing mission over enemy installations. (Courtesy Photo)
Distinguished service since ‘72
The history of the 12th Flying Training Wing stretches back to World War II and has been part of Air Education and Training Command since it was activated as part of Air Training Command at Randolph Air Force Base, Texas on May 1, 1972.Although the wing celebrates the lineage of its predecessor unit, the 12th Bombardment Group, the wing’s history
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Flights A and B from Class 42D stand in formation at Vance Air Force Base, Okla., for a photo that printed in the local newspaper in 1942. (Courtesy Photo) Training the world's finest aviators since 1941
The first class of fresh 2nd lieutenants destined to fly, fight and win over the skies of Europe and the Pacific arrived at the Army Air Corps Flying School of Enid Dec. 16, 1941. They were part of Class 42D.Since then, more than 33,300 aviators have earned their wings here. Some of the all-star Airmen who graduated from here include Gen. Richard
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Members of the John Jay High School Drill Team perform during Air Education and Training Command's 75th Anniversary Extravaganza Jan. 23, 2017, at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas. The event celebrated AETC’s history of transforming civilians into Airmen and their continued development to the future success of the Air Force. AETC celebrates with 75th Anniversary Extravaganza
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_UOKkjb4-4Members of Air Education and Training Command celebrated AETC's heritage Jan. 23 with a 75th Anniversary Extravaganza at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph.AETC was founded as the U.S. Air Corps Flying Training Command Jan. 23, 1942, prior to the birth of the Air Force. Since then, the first command has taken
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In December 1942, Gen. Hap Arnold stood at Lackland’s Parade Grounds and looked out at 10 acres of Airmen – 100, 000 people arrayed in the grandest formation in Air Force history. He told the Airmen of new technologies, strategies and equipment. He told them they would win the war and help guide the future though their training and professionalism. (Courtesy Photo) AETC’s 75th Anniversary and the birth of a professional Air Force
On Jan. 23, 2017, Air Education and Training Command celebrates its 75th anniversary — a date much more important in our nation’s heritage than a simple mark in time. Jan. 23, 1942, proved to be the birth of a professional Air Force – men and women precisely selected and trained to fly, fight and win our nation’s wars. That watershed moment begat
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