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Air Education and Training Command News

  • Goodfellow | Embracing Identity and Service

    In May of 2018, trainees Shatora Dunkin and Telisa Moye met during Basic Military Training at Joint Base San Antonio- Lackland. Now, Staff Sgt. Dunkin and her wife, Moye-Dunkin have relocated to Goodfellow where Dunkin, recently, began instructing at the Louis F. Garland Department of Defense Fire

  • Air University space chair awarded inaugural Colombian medal

    Space Force Col. Galen Ojala and 10 others were presented the award by President Iván Duque Márquez during a ceremony July 28, 2022. The ceremony also marked the opening of the country’s space operations center on the grounds of the Colombian Air Force Academy in Cali, Colombia.

  • Two-part DSD Spring cycle kicks off March 16

    Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas -- Airmen wishing to hone their leadership skills while mentoring and molding future Air Force leaders have the opportunity to apply for a special duty assignment during the Spring Developmental Special Duty (DSD) cycle.The DSD Enlisted Instructor & Recruiter

  • 314th AW hosts Turkey Shoot competition

    The 314th Airlift Wing recently hosted a Turkey Shoot competition Sept. 25, 2020 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, challenging and scoring Flying Training Unit instructors on a myriad of events. The purpose of the Turkey Shoot was to challenge Airmen in the newly restructured active-duty

  • 77-year-old ATC instructor returns to guide new Airmen

    Jim Bailey, 334th Training Squadron air traffic control instructor, served in the Air Force from 1961-1966, where he discovered his passion for air traffic control. If he was asked if he was going to be an instructor in the Air Force at 77 years old, he would’ve told them “no way.”