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Air Education and Training Command News

  • ACE, MCA Case Studies: 1941 Philippines

    Air Education and Training Command is reviewing moments of aviation history to reflect the importance of Agile Combat Employment, in addition to the warrior mindset and multi-capability its Airmen must sustain while preparing for the future fight.

  • Behind the Podium at the 335th TRS

    At the 81st Training Group, technical training instructors play a fundamental role in shaping an Airman’s journey into the operational field.Master Sgt. Jaren Durham, 335th Training Squadron weather instructor, teaches initial skills training to introduce Airmen to the basic elements of their Air

  • All Bite No Bark

    Despite his robust physical training and significant head start, Col. Pedro Matos, 14th Mission Support Group commander, never had a chance of out running all 81.3 pounds of focused energy and raw K-9 muscle.

  • Team 14 gets its WINGs

    The 14th Flying Training Wing will soon be home to the newest chapter of Women Inspiring the Next Generations (WINGs), a chartered organization with the mission to focus on professional development and personal growth for young officers and enlisted Airmen.

  • We Belong: A Day of Resilience and Inclusivity

    Goodfellow Air Force Base hosted its annual DEIA Day, October 20. The Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility: We Belong event offered permanent party and technical training students the opportunity to come together, break down stereotypes and celebrate the strengths found in our

  • Oklahoma Kid Governor for 2023 is Vance Proud

    Mila O’Brien, the 2023 Kid Governor of Oklahoma, stands as a shining example of what a sixth grader can do, especially one with multiple ties to Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma.

  • Go Blue, Stay Blue: Fostering a Diverse Force

    The decision to raise your right hand and take the oath of office can feel like a huge leap of faith. This was the case for U.S. Air Force Capt. Donsha Watkins, 9th Reconnaissance Wing chaplain, who pondered this decision for many years.