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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.

  • 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.

  • 59 MDW: Training hours allow readiness capabilities

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas-- The 59th Medical Wing will conduct training every week beginning Wednesday, May 4, 2022.All 59th MDW clinics will be closed from 7:00 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. on Wednesday mornings to allow time for readiness training.“There is going to be a rotating schedule to

  • First Red Hawk rolls out

    The first T-7A Red Hawk training aircraft rolled off the production line at the Boeing Defense, Space & Security building at Lambert International Airport. This is the first of 351 aircraft to be delivered to the Air Force under terms of a $9.2 billion contract awarded to Boeing in September 2018.

  • Innovation, Technology and Gaming collide May 24-29 at FORCECON 2022

    Airmen and Guardians from across the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force are invited to take part in FORCECON 2022: Innovation – Technology – Gaming, an interactive industry and academia collider event and gaming competition being held at the Tech Port Center and Arena in San Antonio, Texas, May

  • Immersion course builds future leaders at Columbus

    Newly assigned junior officers at Columbus Air Force Base recently competed the innovative Officer Immersion Course, April 12, 2022, on Columbus AFB. The two day course was made to be similar to First Term Airman Course (FTAC) available to newly enlisted Airmen but built differently to better fit