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Air Education and Training Command News

  • Partnership offers Airmen "better business" support

    Building on the service's efforts to educate Airmen on consumer-related issues, the Air Force began an official partnership with the Council of Better Business Bureaus recently. The partnership encourages Airmen and their families to use the bureau's free programs, services and materials while

  • Air Force 'chatters' save an Airman half-a-world away

    Air Force Recruiting Service online advisors, or "chatters," lean on their extensive experience as former recruiters to answer up to 4,000 questions each week -- helping generate leads for Air Force recruiters. Craig Black had only been part of the chatter team for about one month when he recently

  • "Real World" cast member sheds light on alcohol abuse

    A cast member from a popluar reality TV show recently spoke with Airmen at Altus AFB about alcohol abuse.Ruthie Alcadie focused on the root causes of drinking by providing anecdotes from her time on MTV's "Real World: Hawaii." She also included video clips from the popular reality show and

  • Goodfellow lieutenant helps AF team top Marine Corps Marathon

    An officer from Air Education and Training Command helped boost the Air Force marathon team to a win in the Marine Corps Marathon Oct. 27-28.With a finishing time of 3:02:36, 2nd Lt. Karissa Goodrich, an intelligence officer student with the 315th Training Squadron at Goodfellow Air Force Base,

  • Air Force's top financial manager visits Keesler for schoolhouse opening

    John G. Vonglis, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Financial Management and Comptroller, visited Keesler Oct. 29 to for the rollout of the new financial management officer schoolhouse here. The event marked the official opening of the newly-renovated schoolhouse facility and

  • WANTED: Airmen to be part of national advertising campaign

    Airmen can now be part of the "Do Something Amazing" national advertising campaign thanks to the Air Force's interactive Web Site that features photos and videos of Airmen performing their jobs. Air Force officials are offering all Airmen the opportunity to submit videos and photos showing Air Force

  • Randolph Airmen line streets, pay respects to fallen Soldier

    Hundreds of Airmen, Air Force civilians, and their family members lined both sides of Harmon Drive here to pay their respects to a Soldier killed in Iraq.U.S. Army Spc. Vincent A. Madero, 22, of Port Hueneme, Calif., died Oct .17 in Balad, Iraq, of wounds suffered when an improvised explosive device

  • AETC leaders discuss changes

    The Air Education and Training Command's senior leaders and spouses gathered at the Commanders', Command Chiefs' and Spouses' Conference here Oct. 15-19 to discuss issues that affect all aspects of the command. "Building Tomorrow...Part 5" was the fifth such conference hosted by Gen. William R.

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