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Air Education and Training Command News

  • View from the Top: Thank you for your efforts

    I can not tell you how proud I am of everyone in Air Education and Training Command for your outstanding support of national recovery efforts after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita devastated the Gulf Coast Region. Thank you. Your hard work and generosity continue to make a significant difference. It is

  • Camp dedication honors two Airmen

    A new training camp for the Basic Combat Convoy Course was dedicated Oct. 7 as Camp Anderson-Peters in honor of the two Airmen who lost their lives escorting convoys in Iraq. Families of the two Airmen watched on the camp's parade grounds at Camp Bullis, Texas, along with Air Force leaders, camp

  • 2nd Air Force change of command Nov. 9

    Maj. Gen. Michael Gould takes command of 2nd Air Force, at 10 a.m. Nov. 9 on the Keesler parade field. He succeeds Maj. Gen. Loyd Utterback, commander of the numbered Air Force for technical training in Air Education and Training Command since July 2004. General Utterback's new assignment is deputy

  • Air Force meets 2005 enlisted, OTS recruiting goal

    The Air Force exceeded its fiscal 2005 enlisted recruiting goal by sending 19,222 young men and women to Basic Military Training. Air Force Recruiting Service began the fiscal year with an already reduced recruiting goal of 24,465 as part of the Air Force's force-shaping measures to meet the

  • Air University offers online language training to CGOs

    Air University here is currently offering a valuable opportunity to active-duty company grade officers to study a foreign language online at no cost. In an effort to fulfill the Air Force Chief of Staff's guidance to develop culturally- and linguistically-competent Airmen, Air University will

  • Fall '06 Air and Space Power Journal available

    The College for Aerospace Doctrine, Research and Education at Air University has published and distributed the Fall 2006 English edition of the Air Force's professional journal, Air and Space Power Journal. The journal serves as an open forum for the presentation and stimulation of innovative

  • Air Force releases report on Airman's death

    The Air Force today released a report of investigation into the May 4, 2006, death of Senior Airman Abby J. Bilbrey, citing the cause of death as accidental. Airman Bilbrey was assigned to the 56th Communications Squadron at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., as an Airfield Systems Journeyman. She and

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