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  • ‘Wingman’ in action

    The "wingman" concept is a subject being discussed throughout the Air Force. Amid the talk are individuals like Airman 1st Class Eric McJunkins, a "living wingman," proving the concept works. When Senior Airman Gene Gatzert found himself tumbling out of control in his SUV Feb. 16, with his two-year-old son, Seth, in the back seat, he was not aware
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  • The 2007 AETC History and Museums Program Award winners

    We are proud to announce the AETC History and Museums Program Award winners for 2007. Winners of the AETC Excellence in Wing History Programs Award for a Single-Person Office are: -Todd W. Schroeder, 47th FTW/HO, Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas. -Gustave Vinas, 56th FW/HO, Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. Winners of the AETC Excellence in Historical
  • Top U.K. training official visits AETC, increases bilateral cooperation

    One of the world's largest professional training organizations went on display last week as the United Kingdom's top training official toured four Air Education and Training Command bases throughout the United States. British Royal Air Force Air Marshal Barry Thornton, who is the equivalent to AETC's Commander Gen. William R. Looney III, got a
  • DEPpers 'Do Something Amazing' at Air Force Canterbury Snocross

    Snocross racers, start your engines! Recruits, start your military careers! As snowmobile racers dazzled fans with high-flying jumps at top speeds, 17 Delayed Entry Program recruits took an oath to "Do Something Amazing" themselves at the Air Force Canterbury Snocross event in Shakopee, Minnesota, March 4. Brig. Gen. Gregory Feest officiated the
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