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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    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas-- Air Force Recruiting Service is pleased to announce the continuation of their 13-year partnership with the Formula Drift series, as well as their inaugural sponsorship of the Sorensen Motorsports team. As the primary sponsor for the team, AFRS will support

  • AFLOS celebrates 21 M-A-R Day

    The Air Force Logistics Officer School at Sheppard Air Force Base recently had an informal celebration of "21 M-A-R Day" to celebrate its three career fields, collectively known as "21X," based on the functional grouping of the Air Force Specialty Code 21M, 21A, and 21R.

  • Decreasing injuries is the goal

    What is safety? Safety is the state of being safe or not being dangerous or harmful; freedom from harm or danger or a safe place according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary and the Oxford dictionary gives its definition as the state of being safe and protected from danger or harm.