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Air Education and Training Command News

  • New commander takes reins at Air Force Recruiting Service

    Brig. Gen. Christopher R. Amrhein took command of Air Force Recruiting Service June 2, 2023, in a ceremony here with Lt. Gen. Brian S. Robinson, commander of Air Education and Training Command, serving as the presiding officer, at Hangar 5.

  • 59th MDW: Mental health impacts readiness

    Our mental, physical, and emotional well-being can affect many aspects of our health. Taking a holistic approach allows us to achieve wellness in all facets of life.

  • Holloman | BEAR Base hosts A4 Enterprise Council

    Members from the A4 Enterprise Council were given a familiarization tour of the Basic Expeditionary Airfield Resources (BEAR) base at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, May 23, 2023.The A4 Enterprise Council is a collaboration forum for the Department of the Air Force’s senior logistics

  • AETC launches new DAF Learning Services website

    Air Education and Training Command officials here announced the launch of the brand-new DAF Learning Services website May 31. The new website, part of the overall effort to incorporate digital age technology across the command, was designed with all Airmen and Guardians in mind and features a

  • Altus | Commentary: Dela Cruz celebrates culture and community

    I am Senior Airman Angelo Dela Cruz, 97th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron bioenviromental engineering technician. I am one of the project officers along with Master Sgt.Brenda Khamthongath for this year’s Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month and this is my story.

  • Spikes train with Oregon Eagles

    The 62nd Fighter Squadron and 62nd Aircraft Maintenance Unit, assigned to the 56th Fighter Wing at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, traveled to Kingsley Field Air National Guard Base, Oregon, to participate in off-station interoperability fighter pilot and Airmenship training with the 173rd Fighter

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