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  • AFLOS instructors participate in ToC facilitator course

    Instructors from the Air Force Logistics Officer School house were among 30 participants, including two members of the Royal Australian Air Force, who participated in a Theory of Constraints Facilitator course held here Nov. 13-17, 2023.

  • Bazaar of Falcons land at Keesler

    A group of falcons is known as a “Bazaar” and “Falcons” from across Second Air Force gathered here Sept. 5-8 under their commander, Maj. Gen. Michele Edmondson, to focus on the future of Air Force technical training and developing a Sixth-Generation Learning Ecosystem to better prepare Airmen for

  • Keesler | 335th TRS forecasts training transformations

    The forecast for weather students in Keesler’s 335th Training Squadron is clear, thanks to efforts by their instructors.The 335th TRS is syncing weather training with Second Air Force and Air Education and Training Command’s lines of effort by incorporating digital tablets into weather training

  • Keesler | Behind the podium at the 333rd TRS

    The first step in maintaining a ready and lethal force is developing training environments that prepare Airmen and Guardians with the technical and professional capabilities required for the future fight.Under the 81st Training Wing, Airmen are trained in a mission-focused environment rooted in

  • AETC turns 80: First Step, First Flight, First Command

    Air Education and Training Command celebrates its 80th anniversary Jan. 23, 2022, with the overarching theme being, “First Step, First Flight, First Command,” signifying the command’s foundational impact across the Air Force in developing Airmen of character.