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  • 344th Training Squadron

    Mission: Developing the critical requirements of an Airman's success...mentally and physically disciplined. Vision:To produce mission-ready Warrior Airmen who make a difference to our nation. The 344 TRS is an extremely diverse unit with a mission to provide technical training for more than 8,236 Active Duty, Reserve, Guard, International and
  • 341st Training Squadron

     341st Training SquadronMission StatementThe mission of the 341st Training Squadron is to provide trained military working dogs and handlers for the Department of Defense, other government agencies and allies through training, logistical, veterinary support and research and development for security efforts worldwide.VisionTo be the recognized world
  • 345th Training Squadron

     345th Training SquadronMission StatementKeeping in line with the mission of the Air Force and emphasizing our personal mission as a squadron, we Train, we Fight and we Win!The 345th Training Squadron provides superior services and transportation training for warrior airmen and joint forces.VisionThe vision is simple - to shape the future of the
  • 342nd Training Squadron

    342d Training SquadronMission StatementThe 342d Training Squadron is the home of all Air Force Battlefield Airman (BA) entry-level training for Pararescue (PJ), Combat Control (CCT), Special Operations Weather (SOWT), and Tactical Air Control Party (TACP). Its subordinate detachments and operating locations supply BA career field training to airmen
  • 343rd Training Squadron Security Forces Academy

    343d Training Squadron Mission StatementSecurity forces (SF) protect, defend and fight to enable Air Force, joint and coalition missions.VisionMission Ready, Resilient and Air MindedSquadron Lineage Established as 3280th Technical Training Group, and activated, on 30 Apr 1976. Redesignated: 3280th Technical Training Squadron on 1 Feb 1992; 343d
  • 37th Training Support Squadron

    37th Training Support SquadronMission StatementTo provide outstanding training & support to training in order to achieve the Wing's "Training Standard of Excellence".VisionFoundation of the Group. The Benchmark for the Air Force. Nobody does it better!LineageConstituted 3250 Training Support Squadron on 29 Jan 1992. Activated on 1 Feb 1992.
  • 37th Training Wing Public Affairs

    IntroductionPublic Affairs is the focal point for providing information on the 37th Training Wing to Airmen, the community and members of the news media. The staff conducts public affairs visits to 37 TRW mission areas, submits information to the weekly newspaper, and is the commander's liaison between the wing and local media organizations. All
  • 37th Training Wing

    37th Training Wing Fact SheetJoint Base San Antonio-Lackland is home to the 37th Training Wing (TRW), the largest training wing in the United States Air Force. We have a rich history of refueling the world’s greatest Air Force with trained and prepared Airmen ready to answer our nation’s call. Also known as the “Gateway to the Air Force,” 37 TRW is
  • 37th Training Wing Safety

    Introduction:The Chief of Safety supervises the mishap prevention program for the Wing Commander. A good safety attitude and an enthused unit safety representative is the best way to protect your fellow workers from accidents. Most accidents result from either an unsafe condition or a poor attitude. Your challenge is to mold and fashion your unit's
  • 937th Training Group

    937th Training SqudronMissionTo produce the world's finest Medics, Corpsmen, and Techs, supporting our Nation's ability to engage globally.LineageThe 937th Training Group is the only medical training group in theAir force. It consists of 4 squadrons that conduct a myriad of basic andadvance medical courses, and graduates nearly 6K students a