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  • MTL school: developing stronger, better leaders

    The Military Training Leader course at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., is responsible for training approximately 120 MTLs per year. Those MTLs are then responsible for training approximately 30,000 Airmen in 49 different locations that fall under Air Education and Training Command.
  • 81st TRG standardizes Airmen development

    The 81st Training Group initiated a test phase on a new program called Airmanship 200 for courses
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  • Turning supervisors into LEADers

    The new three-day intensive Leadership Enhancement and Development Seminar completed its first class Nov. 7 at Keesler AFB. LEADS teaches communication skills that allow supervisors to not only lead their subordinates, but to motivate them and create a more productive work environment.
  • MTL school: developing stronger, better leaders

    The Military Training Leader course at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., is responsible for training approximately 120 MTLs per year. Those MTLs are then responsible for training approximately 30,000 Airmen in 49 different locations that fall under Air Education and Training Command.
  • New AFRL podcast goes behind the scenes

    From supersonic flight to GPS and space food, big developments come out of the Air Force Research Laboratory. The “Lab Life” podcast provides listeners insight into the fascinating work and lives of the people who lead the discovery, development and delivery of warfighting technologies for our air, space and cyberspace forces
  • Air University’s new leader development course helps squadron commanders ‘thrive’

    Air University’s newest course will help future squadron commanders thrive – not just survive – in command positions. Structured as a foundational course that builds on leadership experiences and education, the new Leader Development Course for Squadron Command equips potential commanders with the tools to create more “effective, adaptive and lethal” squadrons.
  • 81st TRG standardizes Airmen development

    The 81st Training Group initiated a test phase on a new program called Airmanship 200 for courses started on Oct. 15.The three-phase program allows instructors to start an Airman’s day by covering topics such as the profession of arms, character, life skills, how to be tactically ready and technically relevant. The goal is to deliver Airmen, who
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