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  • Airman Accelerators become agents of change

    The Airman Accelerator Program challenges 82nd Training Wing students to identify issues that negatively impact training, procedures, or quality of life and then propose a solution. The 82nd Training Wing started the AAP in May 2023. Since then, 25 Airmen in Training have been certified as Airmen

  • Columbus Inspires Tomorrow’s Aviators

    Airmen from Columbus Air Force Base recently helped a group of aspiring aviators' glimpse into the world of aviation, now they just have to graduate from high school.

  • 2AF commander visits Goodfellow

    The 17th Training Wing demonstrated the significant strides it has taken to advance Technical Training Transformation to the commander of Second Air Force, Maj. Gen. Michele Edmondson, during her visit here May 7-8.

  • DAF e-Learning Adds Microsoft Teams App

    Access to industry-curated training and digital content is now available to all Airmen and Guardians with the launch of the DAF e-Learning (DAFeL) Percipio Microsoft Teams application, Air Education and Training Command officials here announced May 15.

  • 56th Fighter Wing Conducts Fuel Spill Exercise

    U.S. Air Force firefighters assigned to the 56th Civil Engineer Squadron, pour out water to simulate a fuel spill, May 9, 2024, at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. The exercise simulated scenarios where responders practiced containment and mitigation techniques for fuel spills. Exercises like these are

  • The TITAN arena initiative: HPT prioritizes pilot health

    Effectively operating a Fourth or Fifth-Generation fighter jet requires the human body to surpass extraordinary physical and mental heights. Spending hours upon hours strapped into the confined space of a cockpit, fighter pilots endure a constant barrage of extreme G-force at dangerous altitudes

  • 2023 Outstanding Airmen of the Year

    U.S. Air Force Colonel Lee Bouma, commander 173rd Fighter Wing, Chief Master Sgt. Dominic Ingle, command chief Oregon Air National Guard, and Chief Master Sgt. Levi Clarey, command chief 173rd FW, present Staff Sgt. Aidan Tumlinson, 550th Fighter Squadron, with a statue during the annual awards