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  • Air Force Secretary Celebrates Win With Air Force Recruiters

    The Secretary of the Air Force celebrated a victory with Air Force recruiters in Bristol Motor Speedway's Midway Sept. 17, 2022. Secretary Frank Kendall rang a bell in keeping with tradition, during his meeting with 332nd Recruiting Squadron members outsidea national recruiting exhibit deployed to

  • ALS Class 22-E Graduation

    Airman Leadership School graduated Class 22-E at the Powell Event Center, Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, July 7.

  • Altitude chamber takes your breath away

    Enlisted aviator students in the 37th Training Wing will now experience physiological responses to flying, right from the comfort of their training base.

  • Innovation continues with Det. 24’s change of command

    Lt. Col. Steve “Tiger” Briones took command of Detachment 24 from Lt. Col. Ryan “Motor” Riley during a change of command ceremony at the Kendrick Club June 10. Maj. Gen. Craig Wills, 19th Air Force commander, presided over the ceremony and talked about the ground breaking progress within pilot

  • AETC unveils Phase I Enterprise roll-out of the myTraining application

    Air Education and Training Command continues to reimagine how they deliver core learning services and advance force development through the design of 21st Century learning services tools with the Phase I launch of the service’s myTraining application to Airmen May 26.This launch marks a major

  • Largest ever Pararescue class graduates

    Pararescue apprentice course class 22-01 graduates 37 new pararescue Airmen and combat rescue officers, a record number of graduates, at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, Apr. 29, 2022. PJs and CROs are two of the Air Force's highest-demand, lowest-density career fields.