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  • Air University puts the ‘E’ in AETC

    Air Training Command was the eventual product of the Air Corps Flying Training Command established by the War Department in the midst of the Second World War nearly 80 years ago on Jan. 23, 1942. It took several name and mission changes over the next few years before the department settled on the name Air Training Command in 1946.
  • Oct. 15 deadline approaching to submit innovation ideas for AETC Spark Tank 2022

    All AETC Airmen are encouraged to submit ideas they believe will significantly impact Air Force missions within 6-24 months using the Guardian and Airmen Innovation Network.  It is critical to enter submissions as early as possible so AETC innovation experts can assist with your pitch video and prepare you for the competition.  The campaign runs until Oct. 15, 2021.
  • Team Kingsley shows off Total Force flying training

    Lt. Gen. Brad Webb, commander of Air Education and Training Command, arrived here Aug. 12 for his first look at the mission and Airmen of the 173rd Fighter Wing.
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  • Air University puts the ‘E’ in AETC

    Air Training Command was the eventual product of the Air Corps Flying Training Command established by the War Department in the midst of the Second World War nearly 80 years ago on Jan. 23, 1942. It took several name and mission changes over the next few years before the department settled on the name Air Training Command in 1946.
  • The Future Force: Goodfellow Airman bound for Commissioning Program

    Service members strive for excellence and many programs are available to aid them advancing their professional development. Senior Airman Angelina Lee, 17th Healthcare Operations Squadron aerospace allergy and immunization technician, is pursuing the Nurse Enlisted Commissioning Program.
  • AFOQT: Breaking the Language Barrier

    The Department of the Air Force recently made changes to its qualifying test for officers. By reducing the mandatory delay between tests from 180 to 90 days and allowing for ‘super-scoring’ of test subcategories, much like college SAT and ACT scoring, DAF is making headway in modernizing its approach to accessions and human capital management.
  • NASCAR visits Special Warfare at Pope Army Air Field

    NASCAR driver, Erik Jones, visits the 352nd Special Warfare Training Squadron to better understand how Special Warfare Airmen are trained and developed at Pope Army Airfield, September 29, 2021. The visit is part of the U.S. Air Force Recruiting Service’s sponsorship of Richard Petty Motorsports with a presence on the NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) No. 43 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE, established early January.
  • Better late than never: 982nd MXS closes loop on 30-year acquisition process

    The 982nd Maintenance Squadron here at Sheppard AFB was finally able to close an acquisition process which originally began in April 1991 with a request for the HH-60. The aircraft will be used as a ground instructional training aircraft for Airmen in Training learning how to maintain armament and munitions, with the possibility of other career fields also able to utilize other aspects of the aircraft.
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