Air Education and Training Command, with headquarters at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, was established and activated in January 1942, making it the 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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  • 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

  • TG-3A

    (No longer in service at USAFA ) The TG-3A (Schweizer 1-26) is a single-seat, medium performance sailplane used for cross-country and spin training. The TG-3A allowed students to master basic flight maneuvers while solo before progressing from the TG-4A basic trainer to the more advanced TG-9A

  • TG-14A

    The TG-14A (AMT-200S Super Ximango) is a conventional two-place side-by-side, retractable gear, low wing, T-tail, motorized glider. Equipped with spoilers, it can simulate the flight characteristics of a glider in aerial maneuvers and in the pattern. It can transition from powered flight to soaring

  • TG-15B

    The TG-15B (Schempp-Hirth Discus-2b) is a conventional single-place high performance sailplane used by 94 FTS Advanced Soaring for cross-country training. The TG-15B is commonly known as "the white glider" or the "2b" in the civilian community. Glider cross-country soaring competitions are flown at

  • TG-10B Merlin

    The TG-10B (L-23 Super Blanik) is a conventional two-place tandem, basic training sailplane. It is used to introduce all Air Force Academy cadets to flight through the Soar-For-All program. Maneuvers flown in the TG-10B include aerotow, stall recoveries, slow flight, steep turns, and rectangular