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Air Education and Training Command News

  • Air University’s yearlong schools open with in-residence teaching

    Air University’s yearlong schools have started the new academic year with students attending classes in person.The School of Advanced Air and Space Studies started teaching on July 7, Air War College opened its doors to students July 21 and Air Command and Staff College classes start Aug 10.Air

  • Air Force ROTC holds virtual town hall

    Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps leadership discussed the future of the program and answered questions during a virtual town hall, June 18, 2020, live on Air University’s Facebook.

  • Freedom to choose – A tribute to Juneteenth

    “You can be anything that you want to be, as long as you set your mind to it,” is a saying I always grew up hearing from my mom, teachers, and mentors. As I was born in Columbus, Georgia and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, I did not get a chance to see much of the world.

  • Columbus AFB instructor pilots mentor cadets

    Five 14th Flying Training Wing instructor pilots from Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi, visited Marion Military Institute, in Marion, Alabama, Feb. 10 to answer cadets’ questions about Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) and the U.S. Air Force Academy.

  • Air Force Brothers: piloting their careers since birth

    The year was 2013; the President of the United States was flying to Israel for Passover and three C-17 Globemaster III’s and one C-5 Galaxy would be accompanying him. Two of the pilots had more than the mission in common; they were brothers.Capt. Kyle Kellet, C-17 Globemaster III pilot, and Capt.

  • Pathways to Blue shows ROTC cadets the way

    More than 180 ROTC cadets from 22 different colleges and 31 active duty enlisted members attended the second annual “Pathways to Blue” initiative hosted by 2nd Air Force at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. April 15-16.During the two-day event, cadets and airmen learned about job opportunities, toured

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