Air Education and Training Command News

  • Calling Student Pilots; AFSOC recruits at CAFB

    The 492nd Special Operations Training Group (SOTRG) and 1st Special Operations Training Wing (SOW) of Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) visited Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi, Friday, June 24, 2022. The goal was to engage with First Assignment Instructor Pilots (FAIP) and current

  • Air Force Unveils New Airpower Ad in Theaters

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas -- The U.S. Air Force plans to unveil their latest commercial titled “Own the Sky” in theaters during moviegoers’ long-awaited release of Top Gun: Maverick. The heart-pounding, adrenaline inducing ad gives the audience a sense of what it might feel like to be

  • Air Force to Sponsor Sorenesen Motorsports for Upcoming Formula Drift Season

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas-- Air Force Recruiting Service is pleased to announce the continuation of their 13-year partnership with the Formula Drift series, as well as their inaugural sponsorship of the Sorensen Motorsports team. As the primary sponsor for the team, AFRS will support

  • Identical twins share similar journey to become Airmen

    Of the more than 26,600 regular Air Force enlistments in fiscal 2021, statistically speaking, two were extraordinary. Identical twin brothers were recruited by their brother and they attended Basic Military Training together at the same time, in the same unit with both excelling as individuals while

  • AFRS looks through diverse lens to support, retain leaders

    In the heart of a city known for its military culture, Air Force Recruiting Service is looking through a diverse lens to attract the best of America. More than 100 people throughout the U.S. assembled for the “Celebrating Sisterhood Through Empowerment, Progress, and Change” Women’s Symposium at a

  • Guardians Wanted: U.S. Space Force unveils new recruiting commercial

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas – In a new recruiting commercial released today, America’s top Guardian called on the nation’s best and brightest to step up to the challenge of serving in the newest branch of the armed services, the U.S. Space Force.Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond, Chief of Space

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