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  • COVID-19 Town Hall Q&A

    Leadership for the 17th Training Wing hosted a virtual Town Hall on March 17 to address COVID-19 concerns affecting the Goodfellow community. There is nothing more important than the health and welfare of the Goodfellow and local community. Wing leadership is working with base subject matter experts and community partners of San Angelo and surrounding areas to synchronize efforts. Goodfellow is also diligently working to share information as fast as possible and actively seeking solutions to help mitigate national leadership’s decision impacts.
  • RAWS training helps Airmen maintain peak performance Airmen

    Aircraft at Columbus Air Force, Mississippi, rely on radar and communication systems when navigating the skies; and the Airmen that maintain those systems must ensure they do so in a safe manner, often having to climb 100 feet to assess the equipment.
  • 360 Leaders Course empowers leaders at JBSA-Lackland

    The 502nd Air Base Wing welcomed the 50th class of the 360 Leaders Course to JBSA-Lackland Jan. 27. The course is a week-long, science-based leadership course that provides comprehensive, holistic training in personal health, wellness and resiliency, which empowers participants to guide airmen under their care with compassion and understanding.

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  • Department of the Air Force releases findings on racial disparity review

    The Department of the Air Force released its report on the findings of an Air Force Inspector General independent review into racial disparity Dec. 21. The full report is available for download on
  • Supervisor 101: 19th AW creates leadership course to build upon ALS

    Team Little Rock is advancing leadership development through the creation of a one-week Supervisor 101 course, designed to meet the needs of Airmen who have recently completed Airman Leadership School at Little Rock Air Force Base. Airman Leadership School is the first level of the Enlisted Professional Military Education continuum, which over time, has evolved their curriculum to help soon-to-be NCOs discover their personal leadership styles.
  • 14th FTW Airman is 2020 AETC Air Field Equipment SNCO of the Year

    Master Sgt. Michael Rosatone, 14th Aircrew Flight Equipment Flight superintendent, was recognized as the Air Education and Training Command Outstanding Air Field Equipment Senior Non Commissioned Officer of the Year for 2020. While the award recognizes personal achievement, Rosatone credits his success to the team he works with daily.
  • Leadership through diversity

    Leadership can be defined as a process of social influence that maximizes the efforts of others towards the achievement of a goal. However, you can not define the correct way of finding it.Tech. Sgt. Marcos Garcia, 37th Training Wing Detachment 5 military training instructor, has found his own avenue to becoming a leader through his heritage.“My
  • Luke Airman’s story honors Air Force diversity

    Imagine discovering a once in a lifetime chance to change your life forever. Taking that chance meant you had to leave your home, move to a new country and face a new adventure. Staff Sgt. Oleksandr Kalinin, 56th Force Support Squadron Airman Leadership School instructor, exchanged his old memories as an immigrant from Ukraine, for the idea of making new ones in a new place.
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