Air Education and Training Command News

  • AETC deputy commander completes JBSA immersion tour

    Maj. Gen. William Spangenthal, Air Education and Training Command’s new deputy commander, was joined by Brig. Gen. Caroline Miller, 502d Air Base Wing and Joint Base San Antonio commander, and her senior enlisted advisor, Command Chief Master Sgt. Wendell Snider, along with other JBSA senior

  • 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.

  • Community College of the Air Force reveals plans for new degree program

    The Community College of the Air Force announced plans for a new degree program slated for launch in 2021. The new Associate of Applied Science in Military Technology and Applied Sciences Management degree is a flexible alternative for enlisted personnel serving in Air Force specialties lacking

  • Air University’s yearlong schools open with in-residence teaching

    Air University’s yearlong schools have started the new academic year with students attending classes in person.The School of Advanced Air and Space Studies started teaching on July 7, Air War College opened its doors to students July 21 and Air Command and Staff College classes start Aug 10.Air

  • Reserve MTI squadron, American Airmen march into history

    The Air Force Reserve's 433rd Training Squadron, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, marched hundreds of Total Force Air Force trainees into the history books today when those trainees took their Airman's Oath during basic military training graduation, and took their place in the long blue line.

  • JBSA environmental program takes off with UAS technology

    What began as a project to improve land surveying, floodplain mapping, vegetation classification and endangered species management at Joint Base San Antonio-Camp Bullis has become a revolutionary innovation that could save the Air Force millions of dollars and countless hours of labor.

  • Aircrew Flight Equipment shop provides pilots with life-saving equipment

    Senior Master Sgt. Kenny Shearer, the 173rd Aircrew Flight Equipment superintendent at Kingsley Field, Oregon, says he would prefer his career stay out of the spotlight. “It’s a thankless job, and I would prefer it stay thankless,” he says. “I would prefer it to be something that never gets used.”

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