19th Air Force

MISSION

To train & educate the world's finest Airmen to deliver Airpower for America.

19th Air Force is responsible for the training of more than 30,000 U.S. and allied students annually in numerous specialties ranging from aircrews, remotely piloted aircraft    crews, air battle managers, weapons directors, Air Force Academy Airmanship programs, and survival, escape, resistance, and evasion Specialists. They execute operational-level command and control of all formal aircrew flying training missions within Air Education and Training Command and provide Airmen with a 5th generation, cross-domain warrior mindset to the Combat Air Forces, Mobility Air Forces, and Special Operations Air Forces to sustain the combat capability of the United States Air Force.

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19th Air Force News

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AETC NEWS

  • Rated Preparatory Program now accepting applications for FY21 Fall class

    Active duty Air Force officers and enlisted personnel interested in becoming rated officers have until May 25 to apply for the Fall 2021 Rated Preparatory Program.
  • Newly selected AETC chiefs gain knowledge on developing the Airmen we need at chiefs’ course

    Air Education and Training Command’s newest Airmen selected for the rank of chief master sergeant will soon lead the Air Force of tomorrow, but, not before gaining more knowledge on how to develop the Airmen we need during AETC’s Chief’s Orientation Course. The AETC Chiefs’ Orientation Course starts with understanding the priorities that shape the Air Force, starting with the National Security Strategic Guidance, National Defense Strategy, chief of staff of the Air Force’s direction to accelerate change or lose and chief master sergeant of the Air Force’s focus areas of people, readiness and culture.
  • Air University Press soliciting for DOD, DAF Arctic Strategy journal articles

    In support of the Department of Defense and Department of the Air Force’s Arctic Strategy, Air University Press is soliciting journal articles to support the growing national security interests and requirements for operating in the Arctic region. Products could be historical cases with applied lessons for the future, lessons-learned from ongoing initiatives, or suggestions for future constructs.
  • AETC officials name building in honor of retired Gen. Stephen Wilson

    Officials at Air Education Training Command named building 905 “Wilson Hall” and unveiled a plaque bearing the name and image of former U.S. Air Force Vice Chief of Staff retired Gen. Stephen Wilson during a building dedication ceremony at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph April 9.
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19th Air Force

 

MAJ. GEN. CRAIG D. WILLS
COMMANDER

 

 

Offical photo of 19th Air Force Vice Commander

COL. RANDY OAKLAND
VICE COMMANDER

 

 

CHIEF MASTER SGT. KRISTINA L. ROGERS
COMMAND CHIEF
 
 

 

 

 

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