Air Education and Training Command News

  • Top AETC Mentors Offer Advice on Growing from Good to Great

    Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force JoAnne S. Bass, along with other senior enlisted leaders, spoke to over 700 virtual attendees during AETC’s Good to Great through Personal Perspectives, a Panel of Mentors event on May 25, 2021.

  • First Sergeant Symposium

    The First Sergeants of Columbus Air Force Base, held a First Sergeant Symposium to provide insight to a select group of Non-commissioned officers on the role of the First Sergeant duty position, Apr. 26-29, 2021, on Columbus Air Force Base, Miss.

  • Guiding the next generation

    Mentoring the next generation of leaders in our Air Force holds huge responsibility. Lieutenants and NCOs are responsible for leading Airmen, but they look for guidance from their senior NCOs and company grade officers, those with experience, on how to lead the right way.

  • Chief Bruce: Mentor for the next generation

    KEESLER AIR FORCE BASE, Miss. -- To spread his knowledge as a mentor and his experience as a leader, Chief Master Sgt. Kenneth Bruce, 16th Air Force command chief, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, held a briefing with Keesler personnel at Stennis Hall on March 25.A variety of Airmen were

  • Female aviators at Laughlin bond through mentorship group

    As of 2020, the Air Force pilot careerfield is made up of approximately 93.5 percent men and only 6.5 percent women, according to the Air Force Personnel Center.With the encouragement of Lt. Col. Libby Music, 47th Student Squadron director of operations, Capt. Melany Delgado, 47th Student Squadron

  • SNCOs: Mentor Future Commanders!

    “More is caught, than taught.” This common colloquialism rings true for individual development. Regardless of your tenure in the Top 3, if you have just sewn on master sergeant, or are a chief master sergeant hitting high year tenure, senior NCOs shape tomorrow’s joint leaders. We set the example

  • Columbus AFB instructor pilots help organize AETC Women’s Fly-In 2018

    Eighteen Air Education and Training Command instructor pilots gathered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Nov. 16-18 for the second annual AETC Women’s Fly-In. The training was organized by Lean In and Supergirls chapters from AETC bases, whose primary goal is to lessen the mentorship gap for women in the

  • Cadets learn about their Pathway to Blue

    Second Air Force held their fourth annual “Pathways to Blue” initiative with more than 280 ROTC cadets representing 15 different colleges and universities here, April 6-7.Throughout the two-day event, ROTC cadets and enlisted personnel traveled through this diverse and inclusive event to better aim

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