Air Education and Training Command
Lt. Gen. Steve Kwast- Commander of Air Education and Training Command
330th Special Operations Recruiting Squadron Activation B-roll
After 8 months of brainstorming, Air Education and Training Command revamped the syllabus for specialized undergraduate pilot training. The students will now see scenarios in simulators before they hit the flightline resulting in safer flights and less training delays.
Battle Field Airmen Training B-roll
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. Our mission is to recruit, train and educate Airmen to deliver 21st Century Airpower.
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. Our mission is to recruit, train and educate Airmen to deliver 21st Century Airpower.

AETC NEWS

  • Finding the best linguist for the job

    The Defense Language Institute is helping recruiters find higher quality linguists by providing recruiters the tools and information they need to help spot potential linguists and streamline their training process.
  • From cockpit to saddle, Columbus AFB Airman excels in both

    She grew up a horse loving and riding kid in Northern California and put her dream of riding professionally on hold when she enlisted and later commissioned into the Air Force. It wasn’t until 2013 that Maj. Andrea Matesick would discover she could still be an F-15E Strike Eagle pilot in the world’s greatest Air Force and travel the United States competing in professional equestrian events.
  • SWTW dedicates fitness facility to fallen special tactics airman

    Special Tactics Airmen, both current and those still in training, gathered to remember and honor a fallen Special Tactics Airman, Senior Airman Bradley Smith, during a dedication ceremony at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland April 19.
  • Former U.S. forces translator graduates OTS

    A former translator in Iraq for U.S. and Iraqi forces, Riyadh Aljammaly was direct commissioned as a captain in the Air Force in July 2014, and graduated from the U.S. Air Force Officer Training School in May of this year, now serving as the medical director and sole psychiatrist of the mental health clinic at Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, where he provides care to more than 6,000 special operations Airmen.
  • Luke hosts Armed Forces Golf Tournament

    The 2019 Armed Force Golf Tournament and Championship was held May 8 – 19, at Falcon Dunes Golf Course near Luke Air Force Base, Ariz.
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  • "Developing Mach-21 Airmen" explores PTN 2.0

    The fifth episode of "Developing Mach-21 Airmen," Air Education and Training Command's podcast series, was released March 18. In the episode, Lt. Col. Paul Vicars, the director of Pilot Training Next, sits down to discuss the second iteration of AETC’s innovative and experimental approach to learning, based at the Armed Forces Reserve Center near the Austin-Bergstrom (Texas) International Airport.
  • PTN innovations to be formally integrated into undergraduate pilot training

    Beginning May 31, 2019, flying training wings will formally begin integrating innovations from Pilot Training Next into the undergraduate pilot training curriculum,19th Air Force officials announced at the PTN Technology Expo held here March 12-13. Taking lessons learned and data derived from technology use during PTN, the idea is to blend those training approaches and content into the syllabi for specific T-1 Jayhawk, T-6A Texan II and T-38C Talon aircraft flights at UPT wings to accelerate student learning and build better aviators for the future.
  • Pilot instructor training "embraces change" through virtual reality

    Pilot Instructor Training Next is using virtual reality simulators and 360-degree video headsets integrated into the syllabi, helping enable overall Air Education and Training Command effort to leverage emerging technology across the training enterprise.
  • Pilot Training Next cadre discuss lessons learned, way forward

    NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland - Air Education and Training Command officials announced the second
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