At JBSA-Randolph, pilot instructor trainees are utilizing a variety of emerging technologies in a technology-based learning approach called "Pilot Instructor Training Next."
The First Sergeant Academy on Maxwell-Gunter Annex is doing their part to aid in Gen. David L. Goldfein's Squadron Revitalization Initiative! With a revamped courseload, students will be better suited to handle the duties of a first sergeant in a modern United States Air Force!
Highlight video of the Airmen working hard in the 56th EMS Fabrication Flight at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona.
Check out how Lt. Gen. Steve Kwast, commander of Air Education and Training Command, views failure as an opportunity to discover new ways to tackle problems!
Every Airmen gets their start at Lackland Air Force Base where citizens have been transforming into Airmen since 1942. It makes no difference whether you were a pickle or faced the B.E.A.S.T., Basic Military Training is the one thing that all enlisted Airmen have in common.
The 334th Training Squadron is responsible for training various components of the command and control functions within the Air Force. They are a vital step in developing the U.S. Air Force's advanced capabilities.
Lt. Gen. Steve Kwast discusses what he enjoys most about being the Commander of Air Education and Training Command!
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!

AETC NEWS

  • Maxwell plays pivotal role in 2018 hurricane relief efforts

    With the catastrophic damage caused by Hurricanes Florence and Michael, Maxwell served as one of the primary focal points for relief efforts in the eastern U.S. over the past few months.
  • Radiology system saves time and money

    With cardiothoracic disease imaging at the forefront in computer-aided detection, artificial Intelligence and machine learning research, Lt. Col. (Dr.) Giovanni Lorenz, from the 59th Medical Wing, provides knowledge and expertise toward solving major coronary diseases.
  • SERE Combatives enhancing self-defense

    The combatives class trains in advanced projectile, striking, clenching and grappling self-defense techniques for SERE specialist Airmen.
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