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  • ‘myLearning’ live on AF Portal; users asked to create accounts on or after dates specific to MAJCOM assignment

    To reduce stress on the new "myLearning" system and increase user experience, users should log-in to establish accounts on or after dates based on users major command assignment. Airmen and Guardians can now access “myLearning” through the Air Force Portal, with the first phase of the new system’s initial operating capability being a modernized and interactive training platform that allows users to access training modules previously found on the Advanced Distributed Learning Service (ADLS).
  • Goodfellow hosts AETC Deputy Commander

    Maj. Gen. William Spangenthal, Air Education and Training Command deputy commander, visited here Dec. 1-2 to see how Airmen are modernizing today’s training to execute tomorrow’s demands while fighting through COVID-19
  • The Key Spouse Program; unlocking family resiliency

    Deployments and temporary assignments do not only affect military members. Spouses get left behind and can often feel isolated and lost. Having to deal with the daily grind of everyday life alone can become a daunting task. That is where the 97th Air Mobility Wing’s Key Spouse Program comes in. The role of the Key Spouse Program is to assist the spouses of military members through communicating, relaying information, and providing referrals to necessary support agencies. Currently, there are approximately 52 key spouses assigned to commanders across the wing. These key spouse teams are entirely made up of volunteers that report to their respective unit commanders for their vision of their squadron’s program.
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  • Kingsley Maintainers Stretch to Prove Flexibility During Eglin TDY

    It takes a lot more than just a single pilot to get one of the 173rd Fighter Wing’s F-15 Eagles in the air. Behind the scenes, an entire team of people from diverse backgrounds work together to accomplish the mission of getting one man in the air
  • Kingsley Eagles Help F-35 Pilots Train at Eglin Air Force Base

    Oregon Air National Guard F-15C Eagles, Airmen, and pilots flew across the nation to Eglin Air Force Base from May 1-15, 2021, to participate in the F-35A Lightning II B-Course training program as Adversary Air, commonly referred to as “Red Air”.
  • Eagles train with Lightning

    Oregon Air National Guard flew with 33rd Fighter Wing during Adversary Air training program, known as “Red Air."
  • Luke AFB Airman saves 28 lives in Westgate shooting

    For one Airman, his childhood dream of becoming a superhero became his reality. Tech. Sgt. Michael Walker, 309th Fighter Squadron aviation resource manager, received the 2021 Air Force Sergeants Association William H. Pitsenbarger Heroism Award March 17. The AFSA presents the award annually to an enlisted Air Force member who has performed a heroic act, on or off duty, resulting in the saving of life or the prevention of serious injury.
  • Congratulations April 2021 Student of the Month award winners!

    Congratulations to the Students of the Month and Rope of the Month winners for April.
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