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  • IWTCM Detachment Goodfellow opens new building

    The Navy Center for Information Warfare Training Command Monterey, Detachment Goodfellow Headquarters, celebrated a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the re-opening of the newly renovated detachment building at Goodfellow Air Force Base on Feb. 2.

  • BCEE concludes Foundations IOC, focuses on FOC

    The Barnes Center for Enlisted Education will begin the full operational capability phase of Foundations in March, after concluding its initial operational capability phase, Jan. 30, 2024.

  • Alamogordo community wins 2023 Altus Trophy

    Altus Chamber of Commerce officials have named the community of Alamogordo, New Mexico, winners of the 2023 Altus Trophy for their support to Holloman Air Force Base.The Altus chamber partners with Air Education and Training Command officials each year to recognize a community that goes above and

  • Mentors inspire tomorrow’s innovators through STEM outreach

     WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- An Air Force Institute of Technology professor and student recently showed how mentoring and workforce development play pivotal roles in nurturing the next generation of scientists, engineers and innovators.Jose Camberos, an AFIT associate professor of

  • Logistics squadron implements cutting-edge fuels training

    The petroleum, oil and lubricants team from the 673d Logistics Readiness Squadron partnered with a local digital media company; the POL school at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas; and POL personnel at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico, to develop the JBER Fuels Trainer, a virtual-reality program

  • Team Keesler hosts Biloxi Jr. Leadership students

    Biloxi Chamber of Commerce Junior Leadership students toured Keesler to learn about the mission and training capabilities. Col. Billy Pope Jr., 81st Training Wing commander, spoke to the students about peer leadership and mentorship before they saw a military working dog demonstration from the 81st

  • 47th MDG conducts Ready Eagle II exercise

    The 47th Medical Group hosted a Ready Eagle II Exercise from Jan. 29-31, to enhance medical contingency response plan readiness, team integration, and all-hazards response skills.