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Senior Airman Tyler McQuiston
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.
Commander, Nineteenth Air Force
Vice Commander, 19th Air Force
KC-46 Pegasus students originally transitioned from other air refueling tankers, but now the squadron has developed a syllabus to train students straight from basic training, undergraduate pilot training, or retrainees.
An instructor pilot at Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma, jumped on the opportunity of a lifetime to be a guest at an airshow right next to her dad.
Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma, has been training pilots and aircrew for decades, but throughout the last six years, a majority of this training has evolved along with technology.
CMSgt Justin “Appy” Apticar is the Command Chief, 51st Fighter Wing, Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea. He works directly with the wing commander in leading the most forward, permanently- based fighter wing in the Air Force. The wing wields combat ready, close air support, counter-air, interdiction,