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  • WATCH: AETC Commander and Command Chief discuss Airman Development Command

    Lt. Gen. Brian S. Robinson, commander of Air Education and Training Command and Chief Master Sgt. Chad Bickley, AETC command chief, discuss the change from AETC to Airman Development Command and how the command is at the forefront of the Air Force’s readiness and most significant organizational

  • How to train a communicator: Life at 336th TRS Det 2

    The Air Force students attending technical training at DINFOS on Ft. George G. Meade, Maryland, fall under Detachment 2 of the 336th Training Squadron, a geographically separated unit of Keesler’s 81st Training Group. The detachment is responsible for the development and administration of Air Force

  • Canadians feel the heat during Phoenix Sunrise

    The 607th Air Control Squadron hosted Phoenix Sunrise, a bilateral exercise between members of the Royal Canadian Air Force and U.S. Air Force, Jan. 19 to Feb. 17, 2024, at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona.

  • Luke hosts annual weapons load competition

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Paolo Silva, 63rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit weapons load crew member, navigates a jammer during the annual weapons load competition, Feb. 9, 2024, at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. The load competition featured the loading of an AIM-120 Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air

  • Mastering the Skies with Elite Coaching

    Over the last three years I have seen a shift in mentality where training student pilots has started to look more like training elite athletes. CRAFT (Comprehensive Readiness for Aircrew Flying Training) teams played a major role in shepherding this mentality shift by highlighting the importance of

  • AAFB, Kansas ANG Airmen team up for hot pit refueling

    Airmen assigned to the 190th Air Refueling Wing teamed up with Airmen from the 97th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 97th Logistics Readiness Squadron, and 54th Air Refueling Squadron to conduct the first ever hot pit refueling training at Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma, Feb. 6, 2024.