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  • Monument recognizes AETC instructors' dedication to developing Airmen we need

    During this time of uncertainty, the dedication of Air Education and Training Command’s instructor corps has never been more certain. Like their dedication, a monument stands unwavering here in the honor of AETC’s instructor corps. The obelisk, or pillar, monument stands in-front of the AETC headquarters building and was dedicated in July 1971.
  • IAAFA se adapta durante COVID-19, continúa la educación militar profesional internacional a través del aprendizaje a distancia

    En marzo del 2020, cuando la nación comenzó a dar órdenes de cuarentena debido a la pandemia del Coronavirus 2019, la Academia Interamericana de las Fuerzas Aéreas, que forja los lazos de amistad internacional y la cooperación en materia de seguridad a través de la educación y capacitación, coordino para que todos sus estudiantes internacionales regresaran a sus países de origen. A pesar de la reubicación, IAAFA continuó ofreciendo cursos de aprendizaje a distancia facilitados por programas de videoconferencia y gracias a esto la Clase 2020 Alpha se graduó el 15 de mayo del 2020 a través de una ceremonia de graduación virtual.
  • IAAFA Adapts during COVID-19, Continues International Professional Military Education via Distance Learning

    In March 2020, when the nation started shelter-in-place orders due to the ongoing Coronavirus Disease 2019 pandemic, the Inter-American Air Forces Academy, which forges international friendship and security cooperations through education and training, coordinated for all of their international students to return to their home countries. Despite relocations, IAAFA got back up and running with distance learning courses facilitated by videoconferencing software and because of that IAAFA’s Alpha Class of 2020 graduated May 15, 2020 via a virtual graduation ceremony.
  • First Airmen graduate BMT at Keesler since 1968

    For the first time since 1968, a flight of nearly 60 Airmen from the 37th Training Wing Detachment 5 graduated U.S. Air Force basic military training here May 15. ​ Due to safety concerns stemming from COVID-19, the Air Force sent new recruits to Keesler to demonstrate a proof of concept to generate the force at multiple locations during contingencies.
  • Around the Air Force: The Global Mission Continues

    Today’s look Around the Air Force highlights continuing strategic deterrence and training operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Gateway to America -- U.S. Air Force English Language Beta Test Advances Despite COVID-19

    In March 2020, the 37th Training Wing began a beta test for an Air Force version of the Defense Language Institute English Language Center (DLIELC) Army Echo Company program which has been in existence since 1975. In partnership with Air Force Recruiting Service, this beta test is now in the execution phase. The goal is to show that an English language barrier is not a roadblock for eligible recruits interested in joining the United States Air Force. This is all credited to the unique language training capability DLIELC will provide them prior to the start of Basic Military Training (BMT) at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas.
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