• Lieutenants at DLIELC first women in Chadian air force to become pilots

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas -- A journey begins with a single step, but for two lieutenants from the Republic of Chad air force, that first step was more than 7,100 miles from home.
  • DLIELC delivers innovative English Language Training to U.S. Army Trainees

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – More than 80 U.S. Army trainees at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, are completing English Language Training (ELT) without interruption thanks to a partnership between the Defense Language English Language Center and the Army post.
  • DLIELC Unveils New Aviation Language Training Center

    On November 6, 2020, DLIELC held a dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony for the new DLI Aviation Language Training Center which houses the Watkins Aviation Language Preparation Room and Sirois Aviation Simulation Lab (Sim Lab). This is the first and largest step by DLIELC in a long term plan to renovate the facility with moveable walls and state of the art virtual reality and artificial intelligence technology befitting a world class aviation training center.
  • MTI recruiter swaps campaign cover for RED HORSE cap

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-Randolph, Texas – An Air Force Reserve military training instructor and MTI recruiter swapped his campaign cover for a RED HORSE ball cap this month, and has returned to his pre-MTI career field with new tools that he'll use in the next phase of his career.In 2017, the 433rd Training Squadron at Joint Base San
  • Commentary: Delivering a 21st Century Learning Services Environment

    Something big is happening and it affects us all -- the journey to modernize the delivery of Air Force learning services.
  • Valuing force generators: Recruiters, MTIs, MTLs lay foundation for tomorrow’s forces

    For Air Education and Training Command, developing the Airmen we need doesn’t happen magically. It takes the right Airmen with the right training at the right time with the right focus. It means investing in our future by investing in force generators – recruiters, military training instructors, and military training leaders.
  • DLIELC Presents at the Language, Regional Expertise and Culture (LREC) Symposium

    From 14-16 October 2020, the Air Force Culture and Language Center (AFCLC) at Air University hosted the Fifth Annual Air University Language, Regional Expertise and Culture (LREC) Symposium. This year’s symposium was held on an 100% virtual platform. While this was a change from the meetings of previous years, this did allow for a wider range of speakers and leaders to participate!
  • DLIELC Invited to the AETC Innovation Summit: Virtual Training Teams

    When global COVID-19 cases increased, all units worldwide had to adapt quickly to keep their people safe while carrying out their missions successfully.
  • Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month: Staff Sgt. Soleine Izquierdo

    “I was so afraid when I went to Basic Military Training because it was my first time ever being in an environment where everyone spoke only English,” said Staff Sgt. Soleine Izquierdo, international student manager at the Inter-American Air Forces Academy on Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland.
  • 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.