Air Education and Training Command News

  • Resiliency Operations Center opens to Airmen & families

    173rd Fighter Wing Commander, Col. Jeff Edwards, cut the grand-opening ribbon on the Resiliency Operations Center at Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Ore. October, 17, 2021. The newly remodeled center is the home to the Kingsley Resiliency Team, made up of the Director of Psychological Health,

  • Goodfellow's got talent 2021

    The Crossroads offered a change of pace for students with the annual talent show, providing them with a chance to relax and watch their classmates perform on Goodfellow, Apr. 16.

  • Memorial Log Carry for Special Warfare Training Wing Airman

    The 350th Special Warfare Training Squadron organized a two and a half-mile memorial log carry for fallen Airman, Lt. Col. William Schroeder, at the Special Warfare Training Wing located on Joint Base San Antonio-Chapman Training Annex Apr. 8, 2021.

  • AAFB youth learn to build healthy relationship skills

    Members of the 97th Operational Medical Squadron Family Advocacy Program and the 97th AMW Violence Prevention Integrator developed a training initiative which helps military youth focus on relationship development. This team started the initiative by having teens and preteens from the youth center

  • Department of the Air Force leaders focus on resiliency

    Senior leaders are focused on building and growing resilience by establishing a task force called Operation Arc Care. This task force is currently reviewing resilience programs and overarching strategy using a phased approach which began in November.

  • Retired maintainer shares story of resilience; hope

    Don’t judge a book by its cover.That’s how the saying goes.If Master Sgt. James Rials, retired production supervisor for the 803rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron here, was a book, his cover would give off the impression of someone who has worked hard his whole life. You might notice his wedding ring;

  • The Key Spouse Program; unlocking family resiliency

    Deployments and temporary assignments do not only affect military members. Spouses get left behind and can often feel isolated and lost. Having to deal with the daily grind of everyday life alone can become a daunting task. That is where the 97th Air Mobility Wing’s Key Spouse Program comes in.The

  • Triumph over tragedy: Estes shares life-changing story with Sheppard

    Jared Estes, a burn survivor resilience trainer, lost his wife of six months and endured burns that consumed 50% of his body during a fiery crash on March 6, 2005. He now shares his story of triumph over tragedy and encourages people to "fire back" when life's challenges might have them down.

  • 81st TRW students get their game on

    The Fishbowl inside the Levitow Training Support Facility, which includes a game room, is an area dedicated to providing students an area to enjoy and connect with one another during training amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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