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Air Education and Training Command News

  • JBSA - Lackland | Gentle leaders for gentle giants

    Considering the 37th Training Wing is home to training all military working dogs for the Department of Defense and other agencies, it is no surprise Airmen from the 341st Training Squadron found a new way to improve the exercise of the gentle giants of our force – using a gentle leader. A gentle

  • T-38s, F-35s sync for pilot training

    The 2d Fighter Training Squadron and the 61st Fighter Squadron, stationed at Luke AFB, Arizona, traveled to Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, to conduct the capstone for student pilots in the F-35A Lightning II basic course, Sept. 12-23, 2022.

  • AAFB pilots educate aspiring Airmen in flight simulator program

    In conjunction with Altus Public Schools, instructor pilots from Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma have been sharing their experiences as well as educating and training high school students in aviation using X-Plane 11 flight simulators at Altus High School.

  • Goodfellow | Inspiring women warriors to ‘be the best’

    Women warriors from multiple branches of service stationed at Goodfellow had the privilege of meeting and interacting with retired Gen. Lori Robinson, former 17th Training Wing commander and first woman selected to lead a combined combatant command in 2016.

  • Luke AFB retires Block 25 F-16 aircraft

    Like old soldiers being relieved from their posts, the Block 25 F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft have been relieved of duty Sept. 6, 2022, at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. This model of aircraft has been imbedded with the 309th “Ducks” Fighter Squadron. A squadron that has successfully led the fight

  • AETC Commander focuses on developing Airmen for high-end fight

    Lt. Gen. Brian Robinson, commander of Air Education Training Command, emphasized the importance of developing Airmen for the high-end fight during a panel discussion with Maj. Gen. Shawn Bratton, commander of Space Training and Readiness Command; and Maj. Gen. Case Cunningham, U.S. Air Force Warfare

  • Photos: Luke AFB holds 24-hour POW/MIA vigil

    U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 56th Fighter Wing participate in a 24-hour POW/MIA vigil, Sept. 15, 2022, at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. Participants ran with the POW/MIA flag for set time periods, while the names of service members were read out by volunteers in honor of those missing in action

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