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  • AF Year in Photos

    This year's photos feature Airmen from around the globe involved in activities supporting expeditionary operations and defending America. This annual feature showcases the men and women of the Air Force.

  • Growing into leadership: from Airman to NCO

    Leadership is a hard concept to fully grasp, especially when you are new to being a leader. The Air Force looks to develop its Airmen, especially those who are promoting, by instilling leadership into their training.

  • 17 TRW partners with ASU ROTC for Drill Down

    Goodfellow Air Force Base hosted the 17th Training Wing Drill Down Competition at Mathis Field, November 17. Angelo State University ROTC cadets; the 312th, 313th and 315th Training Squadrons; as well as the 533rd TRS Detachment 1, competed against each other in two categories: drill movement and

  • Goodfellow | ALS Class 22-G Graduation

    Airman Leadership School graduated Class 22-G at the Powell Event Center, Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, October 13.ALS is a five-week course designed to prepare senior airmen to assume supervisory duties through instruction in leadership, followership, written and oral communication skills, and

  • 17th Training Wing Member of the Month: Tech. Sgt. Dylan Hudson

    Signals intelligence analyst instructors are in charge of training and shaping tomorrow’s joint service intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance warriors. One course instructor supervisor distinguished himself by surpassing his essential duties and advancing the Department of Defense’s

  • All-female crew brings control to the Oklahoma sky

    Air traffic control at Vance Air Force Base is defying the norm with an all-female leadership. Four women have taken leadership positions without even noticing that they all happen to be the same gender.