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AETC launches new DAF Learning Services website

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  • By Dan Hawkins
  • Air Education and Training Command Public Affairs

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas -- Air Education and Training Command officials here announced the launch of the brand-new DAF Learning Services website May 31.

The new website, part of the overall effort to incorporate digital age technology across the command, was designed with all Airmen and Guardians in mind and features a simplified navigation process to ensure they can quickly find what they are looking for.

“Over the past couple of months, our team has been working tirelessly to create a user-friendly platform that provides our users with easy access to our broad range of learning services resources and services,” said Floyd McKinney, AETC DAF Learning Services division chief. “Whether you are enrolled in one of our existing myLearning courses, or want to explore a custom training program on Digital University that meets your specific needs, the new DAF Learning Services website is the perfect place to get started.”

The long-term goal is to transition to a full portal that sits behind a single sign-on authentication protocol, McKinney said.

“We look forward to continuing our commitment to providing high-quality education and training services to help Airmen and Guardians grow and advance their careers,” McKinney said “We encourage everyone to check out the new website, and we welcome any feedback you may have to help us continually improve the platform.”  

To learn more or provide feedback on the DAF Learning Services website, contact HQ AETC/A3G at