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  • DLIELC: Fighting through a Pandemic

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – The COVID-19 pandemic has had, and is still, having a devastating effect on the world. It is a global struggle that has touched the livelihoods of many regardless of any factor that would usually be identified as a difference. Still, many organizations have

  • Air Force’s inaugural ECHO Flight Airmen share their experiences

    Ten AIrmen were part of the Defense Language Institute English Language Center’s first-ever ECHO Flight beta test, a replica of the U.S. Army ECHO Company program which has been carried out by DLIELC since 1975. ECHO flight’s mission was to provide English-language training and cultural immersion to