Col. Lee Gentile, 47th Flying Training Wing commander, addresses Laughlin personnel about feeling connected, respected and protected by their peers Aug. 2, 2019, at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas.
Lt. Gen. Brad Webb took the reins of Air Education and Training Command from Lt. Gen. Steve Kwast during a change of command ceremony at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, on July 26.
The first Undergraduate Pilot Training Class 71-01, "First of the Finest," started July 17, 1969, on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi and 50 years later pilot training continues as Specialized UPT. One of the students from the class 71-01 returned to Columbus AFB, continuing his aviation journey as a 14th Operations Group simulator instructor for students in Phase III. (U.S. Air Force video by Senior Airman Keith Holcomb)
The 97th AMW Fire Department integrates virtual reality into training.
The PARK App was recently introduced to students of the 312th Training Squadron as a tool to enhance training.
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!
Lt Gen. Anthony J. Cotton, Commander/President, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, talks about the Air Force's pinnacle institution. He provides full spectrum education, research, and outreach at every level through professional military education, professional continuing education, and academic degree granting. He leads the intellectual and leadership center of the U.S. Air Force, graduating more than 50,000 resident and 120,000 non-resident officers, enlisted and civilian personnel each year. Additionally, he is responsible for officer commissioning through Officer Training School and the Reserve Officer Training Corps.
A showcase for Keesler's 81 Training Group who leads with innovation.
Wings across AETC are breaking old training paradigms and establishing new ones, such as making proficiency the constant instead of time, teaching in context of the mission, and give the student control of what, when and how they learn.
Lt. Col. Matt Strohmeyer, commander of the 560th Flying Training Squadron, at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, discusses how emerging technologies like Virtual Reality (VR), are shattering paradigms in pilot instructor training.
Lt. Col. Matt Strohmeyer, commander of the 560th Flying Training Squadron, at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, discusses how emerging technologies like Virtual Reality (VR), improves pilot training.

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