Highlight video of the Airmen working hard in the 56th EMS Fabrication Flight at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona.
Check out how Lt. Gen. Steve Kwast, commander of Air Education and Training Command, views failure as an opportunity to discover new ways to tackle problems!
Every Airmen gets their start at Lackland Air Force Base where citizens have been transforming into Airmen since 1942. It makes no difference whether you were a pickle or faced the B.E.A.S.T., Basic Military Training is the one thing that all enlisted Airmen have in common.
The 334th Training Squadron is responsible for training various components of the command and control functions within the Air Force. They are a vital step in developing the U.S. Air Force's advanced capabilities.
Lt. Gen. Steve Kwast discusses what he enjoys most about being the Commander of Air Education and Training Command!
Check out this quick overview of the Continuum of Learning, AETC's new learning paradigm, and how it works hand in hand with Airmen and overall force development!

AETC NEWS

  • AETC Command Surgeon provides thoughts on AF Medicine

    As Air Force Medicine continues to go through organizational change, the MAJCOM Surgeons are hard at work, playing a pivotal role in the Air Force’s ability to stay on the leading edge of Trusted Care healthcare. This month we sat down with Air Education and Training Command’s Surgeon, Col. (Dr.) Gianna R. Zeh, to discuss ongoing improvements, how medical Airmen can succeed, and her personal journey as a leader.
  • Sheppard in Photos

    SHEPPARD AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- Meet the Airmen who work on one of the deadliest aircraft the Air Force has and the Airmen who assemble the guns for those aircraft.
  • SANDS finds a new home at Air University

    The School of Advanced Nuclear Deterrence Studies recently relocated from Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, to Air University’s Air Command and Staff College. SANDS is the Air Force’s premier program on strategic deterrence. The student body consists of tactical nuclear experts from the Air Force, joint and civilian service as well as coalition partners. “The purpose of SANDS is to build a core of Deterrence Operations experts who will serve as key leaders, advocates, and advisors to war fighting commanders,” said Dr. Melvin Deaile, director of SANDS. “They will have direct input and advise key leaders on deterrence options as it deals with national defense.”
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Air Force News

  • Around the Air Force: Tyndall hurricane recovery

    On this look Around the Air Force the Air Force Airmen from around the country help Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., recover from Hurricane Michael and the Secretary of the Air Force, Chief of Staff of the Air Force and Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force tour the damaged base. Hosted by Airman 1st Class Marqus Williams.
  • Air Force responds to Hurricane Michael

    Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Panhandle as a Category 4 hurricane Oct. 10, with Tyndall Air Force Base directly in its path. While active-duty and National Guard service members were pre-positioned to provide assistance during the storm, within hours after it ended additional Airmen began arriving from across the country to assess the damage, clear the path for first responders, begin repairs to the base and provide humanitarian assistance to the area.
  • U.S. Airmen deployed for Clear Sky assist Ukrainians after car crash

    Two U.S. Airmen deployed to Starokostiantyniv Air Base for the Clear Sky 2018 exercise came to the aid of several Ukrainians following a violent car crash Oct. 13, in downtown Khmelnytskyi, about 45 minutes from the air base.
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