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  • Barnes Center remodeling CLC, building new courses for senior enlisted

    To provide senior enlisted leaders with more-targeted development, the Thomas N. Barnes Center for Enlisted Education at Air University is reshaping the Chief Master Sergeant Leadership Course and offering two additional courses for select students.
  • Department of the Air Force stands up Diversity and Inclusion Task Force

    The task force is charged with identifying and changing policies, procedures, barriers and other practices that may be unfairly impacting underrepresented Air and Space Professionals.
  • How To: Home Schooling in the Time of Coronavirus

    The 37th Training Wing hosted Home School 101, a virtual event on Facebook Live to help families transition to non-traditional education methods and learn stress-management skills during mandated social distancing in response to COVID-19, Thurs., April 9, 2020. Home School 101 featured a panel consisting of Leslie Janaros, a mother who has been home-schooling her children for 15 years, Dr. Raye Lynn White, an educator with over thirty years of experience, and Lt. Col. Kieran Dhillon, a clinical psychologist. In case you missed it, see the full event on the 37th Training Wing Facebook or YouTube page. Simply want a refresher/the highlights? Keep reading!
  • Academy brings back MTIs, refocuses on training fundamentals

    As part of ongoing training evaluation, Brig. Gen. Michele Edmondson, commandant of cadets, identified the need for MTIs to bring their expertise back to the Academy.
  • Leaders never stop learning

    A major part of becoming an effective leader is learning how to communicate efficiently with peers, leadership and subordinates. Although practice is the best learning tool, one must first understand how people communicate.
  • Basic trainees inspire through murals

    Trainees with the 321st Training Squadron volunteered to paint a series of murals through the unit. The project started July 4, 2017, with the American flag painted across the hallway of several classrooms. It took about 2 ½ months and about 12 gallons of paint.
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