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Air Education and Training Command News

  • Goodfellow | Burning with passion

    For Justin Nava, attending Junior Firefighter Camp at Goodfellow Air Force Base set him on a path that would turn a childhood goal into a lifelong career.

  • Grill master or Fire Marshall Bill?

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas-- I consider myself an outstanding barbecue grill master, or so I tell myself that quite often (haha!). But my BBQ skills weren’t always up to par. In reality during my earlier days, I might have been more Fire Marshall Bill than grill master. For those who

  • Kingsley Field firefighters save local homes from catastrophic fire

    In the late evening of Sept. 7, the Kingsley Field Fire Department, part of the 173rd Fighter Wing of the Oregon Air National Guard, received a dispatch call for assistance for a wildland fire burning near Chiloquin, a neighboring community north of the small town in the southwest corner of Oregon.

  • Airmen rescue family from house fire

    It was 7:30 p.m. July 13 when two Airmen on their way home from a gas station became unexpected heroes. What began as a normal Monday evening for the two air traffic controllers stationed at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland ended with several lives being saved.

  • 312th TRS continues training DoD firefighters

    Despite COVID-19, the Air Education and Training Command’s mission continues. The Louis F. Garland Department of Defense Fire Academy has adjusted for COVID by requiring face coverings to be worn, social distancing when possible, and following other Center for Disease Control and Prevention