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  • Vance | AMC’s top general gets a first-hand look at UPT 2.5

    Gen. Mike Minihan, the commander of Air Mobility Command at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, visited Vance Air Force Base, Aug. 25 - 26. Minihan was the guest speaker for Undergraduate Pilot Training Class 22-14AU, where he focused his comments on how Airmanship influenced his career and how today’s

  • AETC turns 80: First Step, First Flight, First Command

    Air Education and Training Command celebrates its 80th anniversary Jan. 23, 2022, with the overarching theme being, “First Step, First Flight, First Command,” signifying the command’s foundational impact across the Air Force in developing Airmen of character.

  • 19th Air Force commander visits Alamo Wing

    The leadership of the 19th Air Force -- Maj. Gen. Craig Wills, commander, and Command Chief Master Sgt. Kristina Rogers -- visited the 433rd Airlift Wing and the 733rd Training Squadron at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland May 21.

  • AFSOCs historic first PTN team takes flight

    For the first time in Air Force Special Operations Command history, two new graduates from the Air Education and Training Command’s Pilot Training Next (PTN), served as aircraft commander and co-pilot on a mission sortie.

  • AETC general talks pilot training at Alamo ACE

    In order to maintain readiness, the Air Force is utilizing innovation and technology to transform pilot training to be faster while also teaching skills that will make effective warfighters, according to the Air National Guard assistant to the commander at Air Education and Training Command who

  • Pilot Training Next begins third iteration next month

    Pilot Training Next begins its third iteration here in January 2020, but before moving forward, Detachment 24 leaders are looking back at lessons learned from version two of Air Education and Training Command’s initiative to “reimagine” how learning is delivered to Airmen.