Air Education and Training Command News

  • There’s a new class on the block

    The enlisted contracting career field is so lean it often places E-7s and E-8s in Senior Enlisted Leaders slots, and, until now, those junior SELs often took on the challenge without formal training.

  • Holloman’s Read Beyond the Beaten Path summer reading program

    The Holloman Air Force Base library launched its annual seven-week long reading program this summer. The program is a DOD-wide initiative to encourage children to read. While the theme is the same across all bases, each base library decides how to administer the program.

  • 58th SOW welcomes new commander, Col. Jonathan Graham

    The 58th Special Operations Wing welcomed a new commander, Col. Jonathan Graham, during a change of command, June 30, 2022. Prior to Graham taking command, his previous assignment was serving as the vice commander for the 27th SOW, at Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico.

  • 17th Training Wing Member of the Month: Tech. Sgt. Dylan Hudson

    Signals intelligence analyst instructors are in charge of training and shaping tomorrow’s joint service intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance warriors. One course instructor supervisor distinguished himself by surpassing his essential duties and advancing the Department of Defense’s

  • Keesler Airman shatters glass ceiling

    Airman 1st Class Catherine Brouillette, 333rd Training Squadron Cyber Warfare Operations course graduate, is the first female Airman to successfully graduate from the CWO course as a direct accession on June 9.

  • Air Force Spark Tank unleashes AETC's capacity to innovate

    Air Education and Training Command has begun accepting innovative submissions that can significantly impact Air Force missions within the next six-24 months from uniformed and civilian Airmen for the 2023 Air Force Spark Tank competition, now through August 17.

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