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  • Pilot training innovation: First successful remote simulator training

    The first successful remote simulator instruction in Air Force pilot training connected 2nd Lt. Wesley Mills, 47th Student Squadron student pilot at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas with Robert Wayne, 12th Training Squadron simulator instructor here Jan. 22, 2024.Wayne, while sitting at a computer at

  • 54th OSS ensures safe flight operations

    As one of the largest training bases in the Air Force, one of Team Holloman’s missions is to graduate combat-ready pilots. While all members of Holloman assist in this mission, it's the 54th Operations Support Squadron air traffic controllers who regulate daily air operations, cultivating the next

  • Luke Hosts International Festival

    The 56th Fighter Wing hosted an International Festival in recognition of the foreign allies and partners who train at Luke Air Force Base, Jan. 26, 2024, at Luke AFB, Arizona.

  • Unlocking Futures: Air Force Junior ROTC’s J-100 Scholarship Program

    Headquarters Air Force Junior ROTC announced the winners of its J-100 “Character-in-Leadership” Scholarship Program, providing recipients four years of 100% paid tuition at any university with an Air Force ROTC detachment. This is the fourth year of the program, which continues to

  • CCAF Task Force formed to address student concerns

    Air University has initiated a task force to address issues Community College of the Air Force students are having with transcripts, graduations and communications following its move to the AU Student Information System.

  • Chief learning officer brings different perspective to AETC position

    When Dr. Wendy Walsh received a LinkedIn message in 2021, asking her to apply for the chief learning officer position at Air Education and Training Command, she thought the message was sent to her by mistake. In response, she recommended a few people that she had worked with during her 30-year

  • AETC command chief visits Team XL

    U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Chad Bickley, command chief for Air Education and Training Command, was welcomed by Team XL during an immersion visit Jan. 22, 2024.This was his first visit to the 47th Flying Training Wing since becoming the AETC command chief.

  • RAPIDx Team awards contract with $90 million ceiling

    The 82d Contracting Squadron RAPIDx team negotiated an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract for immersive training solutions that makes extended reality training development available to the entire Air Force and Space Force. The IDIQ contract, which was awarded September 2023, has a

  • Danish Parliament Members Visit Luke AFB

    Carsten Bach (left), Anne Berthelsen (center left), Peter Have (center right), and Hans Andersen (right), Denmark parliament members, stand in front of the 56th Training Squadron, Jan. 23, 2024 at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. Members of Denmark’s parliament visited Luke AFB to learn about the 56th