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  • DLIELC graduates first Coast Guard recruits

    The journey is just beginning for two United States Coast Guard recruits who joined U.S. Army Echo Company to study English at the Defense Language Institute English Language Center.

  • Operation Recharge: How 343rd TRS puts meaning behind ‘self-care’

    The 343rd Training Squadron, which is home to Security Forces technical training, hosted Operation Recharge for their Airmen on Nov. 18 at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. Also known as a resiliency and wellness event, this is the squadron’s second event which was held in conjunction with

  • 341st Training Squadron holds first military working dog expo

    The 341st Training Squadron held its first military working dog expo Nov. 18 at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. Squadron personnel spent the morning doing detection, obedience, and patrol demonstrations. They also had a weapons display from the 37th Training Support Squadron Combat Arms

  • TEDx event connects community at JBSA-Lackland

    Cultivating resiliency and making connections, that was the theme of TEDx here, Texas, Nov. 4. The event brought together approximately 150 people with a mission to provoke thoughtful conversations.

  • IAAFA team renovates its Leadership Reaction Course Complex

    Inter-American Air Forces Academy staff and cadre rallied to renovate its Leadership Reaction Course Complex, better known as Project X. About 40 volunteers worked over 100 hours in just two weeks to repair, sand, and paint the 17 obstacles located at Chapman Annex.

  • Forging the next generation: BMT leads the way

    Following a 16-year run, Basic Expeditionary Airman Skills Training, or BEAST, has come to an end. With an eye toward the future fight, Air Force Basic Military Training is implementing a revised training exercise – PACER FORGE – where Agile Combat Employment and the concept of multi-capable Airmen