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    The Air Force family is made up of people from every walk of life. Regardless of race, gender, creed, and origin, once the oath of enlistment is taken, individuals are inducted into the Air Force way of life. For Airman 1st Class Branden Valle, the journey of becoming an Airman was one of personal

  • Why Afghan refugees met 37th Training Wing instructors

    The wind whipped sand across her face and a generator hummed in the background as Davina Farrell stepped off the plane. It was October 2021, and Farrell, an English as a Second Language/English as a Foreign Language instructor, and seven of her colleagues, had a mission.

  • New 2d Air Force commander tours the Gateway Wing

    The Gateway Wing had the opportunity to showcase its mission and people last week to provide the new 2d Air Force commander an up-close and in-depth look into the 37th Training Wing mission.

  • DLIELC annual AMIGO Picnic returns with more than 500 guests

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas -- With adherence to safety guidelines and introduction of the COVID-19 vaccines, the Defense Language Institute English Language Center is starting to return to normal operations. Instructors are slowly transitioning back to in-person classrooms and

  • DLIELC supports upcoming Puerto Rico Project Language

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas -- In 1975, the Defense Language Institute English Language Center began providing English-language training and cultural immersion to U.S. Army trainees who were permanent residents or U.S. citizens from English-as-a-second language communities.