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 14th Flying Training Wing       97th Air Mobility Wing       33rd Fighter Wing       47th Flying Training Wing       56th Fighter Wing     71st Flying Training Wing      80th Flying Training Wing       314th Airlift Wing       58th Special Operations Wing       12th Flying Training Wing                                           Holloman Air Force Base  

 

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, evasion, resistance, and escape (SERE) training. 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.



  • 33rd FW departs for Wisconsin, Northern Lightning

    Airmen with the 33rd FW left for Volk Field Air National Guard Base, Wisconsin, to participate in exercise Northern Lightning, a joint training exercise emphasizing user-defined objectives resulting in tailored, scenario-based, full-spectrum, high-end training.

  • MQ-9 instructors bolster skills during RIMPAC

    More than 25,000 service members from around the world are making waves at the biennial Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2022 exercise in Hawaii. For the first time in history, this includes instructor pilots from the 49th Wing’s MQ-9 Formal Training Unit.

  • 16th TRS provides combat ready MQ-9 Reaper aircrew

    When it comes to MQ-9 pilot training, it’s important that students understand how to properly execute scenarios that could happen in the real world. The 16th Training Squadron is the lead producer of MQ-9 pilots and sensor operators. They have been active on Holloman since 2009, graduating more than