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344th Training Squadron

Mission: Developing the critical requirements of an Airman's success...mentally and physically disciplined.

Vision: To produce mission-ready Warrior Airmen who make a difference to our nation.


The 344 TRS is an extremely diverse unit with a mission to provide technical training for more than 8,236 Active Duty, Reserve, Guard, International and civilian students annually. The squadron offers courses in the following fields: Career Enlisted Aviator, Vehicle Maintenance, Logistics Readiness Officer, Logistics Plans, Materiel Management, Contracting, Recruiting, Safety, Crypto Maintenance, and TEMPEST. The organization oversees a budge of more than $2.4 Million dollars, as well as $100 Million dollars in training equipment and 271 personnel in multiple facilities located in Lackland and Port Hueneme CA.

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Contact Information


 
344th Training Squadron
1015 Femoyer St Building 10900
Lackland AFB, TX 78236
 
Commander Support Element:
(
210) 671-1858/1760

Commander's Secretary:
(210) 671-4731

Courses

  • National TEMPEST School
  • Crypto Maintenance
  • Ground & Weapons Safety (1S0 & 2W0)
  • Logistics Readiness Officer (21RX)
  • Logistics Plans (2G0XX)
  • Materiel Management (2S0XX)
  • Vehicle Maintenance (2T3XXX)
  • Contracting (6C0XX/64P)
  • Recruiting (8R000)
  • Career Enlisted Aviator (CEA) Center of Excellence

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344th in the news

  • Career Enlisted Aviator Center of Excellence brings home noteworthy AFA award

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – The Career Enlisted Aviator Center of Excellence, 344th Training Squadron, has been named the recipient of the 2021 Air Force Association Aerospace Award in the David C. Schilling category at the Air Education and Training Command level.
  • A safe unit is a ready unit

    The Air Force Combined Mishap Reduction System (AFCMRS) is a safety culture survey tool that allows commanders to assess the safety of their units by anonymously surveying member’s attitudes and perceptions. This provides a baseline for their safety culture from which to find hidden safety risk, make informed mitigations, monitor changes, or affirm current unit culture.
  • Civilian talent acquisition essential to accelerate change for Air, Space Forces

    The Air Force chief of staff’s direction of "accelerate change or lose" and the accompanying action orders, outline why and how the service must rapidly change in order to remain the most dominant and respected Air Force in the world.
  • New 97 AMW resident advocate targets housing questions, concerns

    Arriving at an installation and acquiring housing can be a challenge for any member of the military, and the hassles usually don’t end with getting the keys. To aid in housing challenges Airmen face, Air Force leaders created a new service-wide position called the privatized housing resident advocate.
  • Air Force Safety Experts participate in Occupational Competency Model Study to increase successful job performance with new training mindset

    A group of Occupational Safety career specialists recently met at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph to participate in an Occupational Competency Model Study focused on combining task-based knowledge and skills with other behaviors and soft skills such as teamwork, critical thinking, self-control, resiliency, leadership and stress management intended to create behavior-based outcomes. 
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