Air Education and Training Command


Air Education and Training Command, with headquarters at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, was established and activated in January 1942, making it the second oldest major command in the Air Force. Its training mission makes it the first command to touch the life of nearly every Air Force member.

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  • San Antonio BRAC POCs

    Brooke Army Medical Center Wilford Hall Medical CenterFort Sam HoustonBrooks City-BaseLackland Air Force BaseAir Education & Training Command, Randolph AFB U.S. Army Institute of Surgical ResearchU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • TG-15A

    The TG-15A (Schempp-Hirth Duo Discus) is a conventional two-place high performance sailplane with tandem seating used by 94 FTS Advanced Soaring for cross-country training. The TG-15A is commonly known as "the white glider" or the "Duo" in the civilian community. Glider cross-country soaring competitions are flown at the regional and national level
  • TG-11A

    (No longer in service at USAFA ) The TG-11A (Stemme S-10V) is a conventional two-place, side-by-side, self-launched, high performance sailplane. It can transition from powered flight to soaring in approximately three seconds. It was used at USAFA for cross-country training and allowed students to practice soaring techniques without the risk of an
  • TG-9A

    (No longer in service at USAFA ) The TG-9A (ASK-21) is a medium performance sailplane with tandem seating. It was used at USAFA for spins, aerobatics, cross-country soaring, and all aerobatic demonstrations. Commonly known as "the white" or the"K-21", the TG-9A went by the callsign "Saber" in the air. The USAFA Association of Graduates (AOG)
  • TG-7A

    (No longer in service at USAFA ) The TG-7A (SGM 2-37) is a conventional two-place, side-by-side, fixed gear, low wing, motorized glider. Equipped with spoilers, it was used at USAFA to simulate the flight characteristics of the TG-4A. By allowing cadets in the Soar-For-All glider course to practice patterns and aerial maneuvers, the total number of
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