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Air Education and Training Command News

  • 325th OSS flies under a new sail

    Tyndall Air Force Base achieved a major milestone in air dominance when a 140-foot crane hoisted the new Digital Airport Surveillance Radar Antenna to its home atop a new 75-foot tower. The DASR antenna, referred to as a "sail" by radar technicians, will update air traffic control and radar

  • Air Force recruiter selected by AETC to attend national gala

    Staff Sgt. William H. McCoy, an enlisted accessions recruiter from Brandon, Fla., was selected as Air Education and Training Command's representative at this year's American Patriot Award Gala Nov. 16 in Washington D.C. The American Patriot Award recognizes exceptional Americans who have

  • Lackland officer convicted, punished for indecent acts

    A captain assigned to Lackland Air Force Base was sentenced to 10 years confinement, total forfeitures of pay and allowances, and dismissal from the Air Force after being convicted of committing indecent acts with two children.A military court-martial at Lackland convicted Capt. Edward Hudson on

  • Cultural and Language Center expands Air Force-wide

    Air University's Culture and Language Center is beginning an evolutionary change toward becoming an Air Force-wide institution focusing on culture and language. Beginning next year, the center's mission will expand to include service-wide responsibilities as it becomes the Air Force Culture and

  • Sheppard NCO named AF "Personnel Technician of the Year"

    The tables were turned on Staff Sgt. Ana Aguirre Dec. 3 when she found out she was the Air Force Personnel Technician of the Year. The assistant NCO in charge of the commander's support staff at the 80th Flying Training Wing said she isn't used to being on this side of the process. A portion of her

  • Airmen seek to hit the right notes at talent competition

    Airmen from 18 to 42-years-old from stateside to Turkey are at Lackland this week honing their musical talents as they compete in the Air Force Worldwide Talent Contest. The fierce competition culminated for the 56 Airmen Dec. 7-9 with  live performances at the Bob Hope Theater."We feel like the

  • ALS project salvages bricks to form a legacy

    On a bright, sunny Monday at Altus Air Force Base, volunteers took bricks headed for demolition and gave them a new, more prestigious purpose.  Salvaged from a house scheduled for demolition in the military family housing area Dec. 3, the stones that have housed warriors and their families for years

  • TxDOT sends safety message from Lackland

    A skydiving Santa Claus dropped into Lackland AFB on Dec. 4 to help launch the state's annual drunken driving prevention campaign. The Air Force's commitment to safety and taking care of its Airmen made Lackland AFB a perfect backdrop for the start of the Texas Department of Transportation's

  • Christmas radio program arrives just in time for holidays!

    More than 3,300 country music radio stations nationwide will get a present in the mail this week, courtesy of the U.S. Air Force.This year's "Red, White, and Air Force Blue Christmas" radio program CD, featuring multiple Grammy Award-winning recording artist LeAnn Rimes, is not commercially

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