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Air Education and Training Command News

  • Air Force maintainers help improve future for Afghans

    For the last year, a trio of Airmen have helped ensure success for a mission bringing self-governance, security and economic growth to the people of Afghanistan's Paktya and Logar provinces. The efforts of vehicle maintainers Tech. Sgt. Kendrick Ouzts, Staff Sgt. Andrew Hawley and Staff Sgt. Russell

  • Air Force nurse helps save lives in rural Kansas

    Christmas is the season for giving. But giving is a year-round job for Air Force nurse Maj. Randy McBay. It's a given that things happen when we least expect it. And so is the case with Major McBay, an operating room nurse assigned to the Air Force's largest training hospital in the world, Wilford

  • Mission Possible: PRT leaders begin training for year in Afghanistan

    Drawn from the farthest-flung corners of the military universe, Provincial Reconstruction Team commanders and senior staff descended on Fort Bragg, N.C., to begin training for their upcoming year in Afghanistan's rural villages, districts and provinces. The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and lone Marine

  • Ensuring 'rule of law' lands JAG Bronze Star

    After a seven-month deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, the 42nd Air Base Wing staff judge advocate received the Bronze Star for his meritorious service. Lt. Col. Joseph Bialke served as the chief liaison to the International Committee of the Red Cross while serving with the

  • Air Force chaplain celebrates Mass for Romanians in Italian

    An Air Force chaplain is putting his Roman Catholic studies to good use giving Mass in Italian to Romanian Army soldiers. Every Wednesday during lunchtime, Chaplain (Maj.) Timothy Hirten of the 407th Air Expeditionary Group goes to the Romanian Army's Camp Dracula to provide one of his daily Mass

  • AETC to disable HTML format in incoming e-mails

    Beginning in January, all e-mails sent to government accounts will hit the inboxes in a more plain, but much safer, format. To increase security and safeguard against attacks from potential aggressors, network configurations will be changed at all AETC bases Jan. 15, 2008. One of the most visible

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