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Latest Force Development news delivered with "Impact"

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JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas -- Hot off the press, the latest edition of the Force Development "Impact" newsletter is available now on the Air Education and Training Command website.

This quarter's edition features force development-related news about the upcoming Modeling and Simulation Summit, information on the 2024 Developers' Summit, the Department of the Air Force Learning Record (DAFLR), a new digital badge, the Military Training Evaluation Program cycle, and more.   

Click here to read 2024 second quarter Force Development "Impact" newsletter. You can also find archived versions of the "Impact" on the AF Portal FD page.