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Air Education and Training Command News

  • Air War College revises nonresident program

    The Air War College announced it is revising its nonresident studies course to increase its relevancy for Air Force officers preparing for the responsibilities of senior leadership. It also been significantly updated to ensure the curriculum's currency. The college will launch the revised course in

  • Randolph Airmen track accountability in New Orleans

    With five different operating locations in New Orleans, knowing where Airmen are located is the primary duty for six personnel Airmen from Randolph Air Force Base, Texas. The personnel support for contingency operations team, or PERSCO, is comprised of Airmen from the 12th Flying Training Wing and

  • Operation Military Kids: Florida youth introduced to military life, customs

    "Move, move move! If you're not out of bed in two seconds, I'm chasing you out!" Remember those early-morning wake-up calls in basic training? More than 180 teens from all over Florida got a chance to experience it while they stayed at Tyndall Air Force Base as part of Operation Military Kids Sept.

  • Practicing good eye care, safety 'out of sight'

    The comic book hero Daredevil gained superhuman powers when he was blinded by toxic waste that hit him in the eyes. Unfortunately, outside of the superhero realm, anyone else would just be blinded. Therefore, protecting your eyes and keeping them healthy is paramount, as sight is one of the most

  • USAFE commander visits facility that lays foundation for NATO fighter pilots

    The chance to get a hands-on experience in the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training program and meet its international students and instructors brought the U.S. Air Forces in Europe commander to Sheppard this week. Gen. Robert H. "Doc" Foglesong, who became commander of USAFE in August 2003, was

  • Recovery team repairing Keesler AFB infrastructure

    The Air Force has distributed nearly $90 million to speed repairs of Keesler AFB's storm-ravaged infrastructure. "Keesler's recovery team has done a great job of identifying its areas of greatest need, and the Air Force is moving rapidly to get those projects moving," said Col. Irvin Lee, who is

  • Keesler issues stop travel order

    All military personnel who have been recalled to duty at Keesler AFB, and who are still enroute to Keesler AFB, are ordered to stop travel and to remain in place until Sept. 25. The 81st Training Wing vice commander issued the order due to potential hazards associated with Hurricane Rita. Military

  • AIA lieutenant critically injured in plane crash

    Air Education and Training Command officials announced today that an Air Force officer, 2nd Lt. Taryn Robinson, assigned to the Air Intelligence Agency's 346th Test Squadron at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, was critically injured in a plane crash 40 miles southeast of San Antonio Sept. 21.

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