An official website of the United States government
Here's how you know
A .mil website belongs to an official U.S. Department of Defense organization in the United States.
A lock (lock ) or https:// means you’ve safely connected to the .mil website. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites.

Air Education and Training Command News

  • AETC implementing balanced scorecard

    Since his change of command ceremony in June, Gen. William R. Looney III, commander of Air Education and Training Command, has worked to build and improve the command. One significant change is the implementation of the balanced scorecard strategic measurement system. Balanced scorecard is a

  • Wilford Hall team members provide care and assistance to evacuees

    The staff of Wilford Hall Medical Center here quickly stepped up to provide care and assistance to Gulf Coast residents and patients evacuating before Hurricane Rita struck the Texas and Louisiana coastline Sept. 24. Among the first getting help were five infants in incubators, who were flown by

  • Goodfellow bids farewell to one of its own

    Everyone who knew Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Jacobson said the same thing: she was a one-of-a-kind Airman; everything she did, she did with an infectious smile and sense of enthusiasm. Her first sergeant, Senior Master Sgt. Philip Neal, said that in the time he knew her, there were three phrases she

  • EPA laboratory on Gunter serves nationwide interests

    The National Air and Radiation Environmental Laboratory at Maxwell's Gunter Annex is only one of two Environmental Protection Agency laboratories in the United States that specialize in monitoring exposure to radiation with radioactive material analysis. The laboratories at Gunter Annex and Las

  • Healthy children require proactive parents

    Eating an apple a day doesn't always keep the doctor away, despite the contradictory age-old adage. This is especially true in children from birth to early adolescence, an age group with especially high illness rates. Children carry many viruses because they often share food and drinks with other

  • Three Tyndall Airmen act quickly at DUI accident scene

    When they were thrust into a surreal situation, three Tyndall Airmen stepped up and showed that people can do extraordinary things. It was around 1 a.m. Sunday morning when Senior Airmen Brooke Llafet, Marc Llafet and Matt Ritchie were driving home from Fort Walton Beach, Fla. In the car with them

  • Commentary: Domestic violence comes in many forms

    (Editor's note: The author of the following story wishes to only be known as Cindi K.) Domestic violence comes in many shapes and sizes, and sometimes it is so subtle that it may take years for someone to finally recognize it. My experience with domestic violence began as a child and continued for

  • Commentary: Domestic violence comes in many forms

    (Editor's note: The author of the following story wishes to only be known as Cindi K.) Domestic violence comes in many shapes and sizes, and sometimes it is so subtle that it may take years for someone to finally recognize it. My experience with domestic violence began as a child and continued for

Awards and Decorations
Air Force Promotions
Fitness Program
AF Demographics