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Force Development Defined

Force Development is a holistic, learner-centered approach that deliberately connects our Airmen’s training, education and experiences throughout their careers to Develop the Airmen We Need to succeed in complex, multi-domain operational environments.

  • Student-led learning takes priority at Keesler

    Students in Keesler’s 333rd Training Squadron have taken charge of their learning.The 333rd TRS serves over 400 officer, enlisted and civilian students per year in cyberspace skills training. Many of those students go on to accomplish essential cyber missions across the globe.

  • WSO-In-Training Reflects on Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month

    May is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, a national observance that recognizes Asian and Pacific Americans and celebrates their historical and cultural contributions to the United States. For Capt. Johnny Sittisin, a student in the 479th Student Squadron, the month represents an

  • AETC, AFPC command chiefs talk DSD process on Reddit, Twitter Spaces

    Chief Master Sgts. Erik Thompson and Eryn McElroy hosted a Reddit ‘Ask Me Anything’ event to answer questions from Airmen about the Developmental Special Duty application process May 2. Questions included a broad range of general DSD process questions and suggestions, to the matching process,

  • Largest ever Pararescue class graduates

    Pararescue apprentice course class 22-01 graduates 37 new pararescue Airmen and combat rescue officers, a record number of graduates, at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, Apr. 29, 2022. PJs and CROs are two of the Air Force's highest-demand, lowest-density career fields.