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  • New AETC commander offers views on leadership, future of command

    The day before he pinned on his fourth star and took command of the Air Force's First Command, Gen. Stephen R. Lorenz sat down to talk leadership, AETC's role in the Global War on Terror, and what the command's Airmen can expect from their new boss.The general, who replaced Gen. William R. Looney III as commander of Air Education and Training
  • General Lorenz takes command of AETC

    General Stephen R. Lorenz officially took command of Air Education and Training Command in a 10:30 a.m. ceremony here today.As the new leader of "The First Command," General Lorenz is responsible for recruiting, training and educating all Airmen throughout their careers. General Duncan J. McNabb, Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force, presided at
  • Randolph squadron hosts "Wings for Wounded Warriors"

    A training accident that caused the loss of his left leg, multiple burns and resulted in fifteen surgeries still couldn't keep Marine Corps Capt. Ryan Voltin, an AH-Cobra pilot, out of the cockpit June 27. "It's been a while since I've sat in the seat," Captain Voltin, 27, said after taking a computer-simulated flight around San Antonio and
  • General Looney to retire; leaves AETC "A command of choice"

    As the commander of Air Education and Training Command, Gen. William R. Looney III sought to make AETC "A command of choice" for Airmen while concentrating on providing combat-focused training to everyone who comes to or through the command. As he prepared to retire after more than 36 years of service, the general reflected on a number of
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