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37th Training Wing
37th Training Wing
9/11 -- 20 Years Later
37th Training Group
341st Training Squadron
Military Working Dog Adoption Program
Military Working Dog Puppy Foster Program
343rd Training Squadron
344th Training Squadron
345th Training Squadron
37th Training Support Squadron
Bridging the Gap
37th Training Wing Staff Agency
737th Training Group
Defense Language Institute English Language Center
332nd Training Squadron
637th International Support Squadron - Operations
637th Training Support Squadron
Inter-American Air Forces Academy
Historical BMT Flight Photos
BMT Graduate Hometown News Release
Dedication leads to Blue Rope success
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – Despite multiple failed attempts over the course of 15 months, Tech. Sgt. Felipe Alvarado, 331st Training Squadron, was awarded his Master Military Training Instructor blue rope, April 16.
U.S. Space Force achieves another milestone at Basic Military Training
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas -- Another U.S. Space Force milestone was reached May 6 when the first all-Guardian flight graduated from Basic Military Training here. The 31 men in Flight 429 and four women in Flight 430 were assigned to the 324th Training Squadron, and were among the 571 recruits who completed seven and a half weeks of training.
Total Force delivers excellence at BMT
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – The concept of Total Force Integration is simple – active duty, Reserve, and National Guard Airmen work together in support of the Air Force mission.
Five female CATM instructors bring expertise, drive to 37th TRSS
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-CHAPMAN TRAINING ANNEX, Texas – Courage and resiliency are part of day-to-day operations here, so a strong mentality is nothing new for five female security forces specialists assigned to the 37th Training Support Squadron Combat Weapons Flight.
First five Master MTLs selected in 37th TRW
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – The aiguillette that hangs from a Master Military Training Leader’s left shoulder is distinctive. The mixed colors of royal and navy blue signify the superior performance, ethics and leadership that are hallmarks of reaching that achievement, awarded to only the top 10% of the MTL corps.