Senior Airman Adan Ramirez, 17th Medical Group aerospace medical technician, received the September Medic of the Month Award for exceeding his leadership’s expectations.
Officials from Air Education and Training Command’s Pilot Training Next have established a strategic partnership with NASA, focused on biometric data collection and the application of emerging technology into PTN curriculum that will innovate the student pilot learning environment.
The trainer development center is responsible for modernizing training materials for the Air Force through the most cost-effective methods possible.The cost-effective modernization of training equipment is made possible through the four sections of the trainer development center: the instructional
The Group Commander and Superintendents Challenge had members go through a timed two level obstacle scenario to rescue an unconscious victim in the Confined Space Trainer, Sept. 27, 2019, at Altus AFB, Okla.
Two Air Force Institute of Technology instructors on staff at the Army Logistics University Fort Lee, Va., were recognized for outstanding achievement in education during a ceremony Sept. 25, 2019.
The 17th Medical Group hosted their medical in-place decontamination training at the Ross Clinic here September 12. The training is to prepare medical personnel to handle decontaminations during emergencies.
Senior Airman Tiffany Jordan, 17th Healthcare Operations Squadron medical technician, was selected by her supervisors and leadership as the August Medic of the Month. She exceeded their standards of professionalism and expertise functioning at a flight chief level.
Laughlin First Assignment Instructor Pilots (FAIPs) recently participated in the first FAIP FLAG white jet flying competition, Aug. 9-11 2019, at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana.