• IAAFA Wins 2019 EPME Center of the Year Award 2019

    Headquarters Air Force presented the Inter American Air Forces Academy with the 2019 Enlisted Professional Military Education Center of the Year Award, June 17, 2020. IAAFA competed against at least 80 other similar institutions across the Air Force and Space Force. It distinguished itself for the award by being the only academy with all three levels of PME--Airman Leadership School, Non-Commissioned Officer Academy, and Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Academy, all of which are taught in Spanish.
  • Earn a digital badge for what you know and can do

    Getting credit for what you know and can do is becoming easier with the launch of a digital credentials beta test currently underway. Under the Force Development umbrella, Air Education and Training Command’s Credentialing Division has partnered with industry and academia to test a digital credentialing, or “badging” process, for individuals within the Air Force Learning Professionals, Bio-environmental and First Sergeants communities.
  • Developmental Special Experiences Catalog now available on MyVECTOR

    Air & Space Professionals can now access the Developmental Special Experiences catalog on MyVECTOR. The DSE Catalog is a consolidated list of available opportunities for Department of the Air Force officers, enlisted and civilians that enables members to grow professionally. The catalog is maintained by the Force Development Credentialing Division within Air Education and Training Command.
  • AETC Learning Wi-Fi Service begins roll out across the command

    In an effort to expand learning opportunities for Airmen and enable training and education from any device, Air Education and Training Command has begun a project to install commercial wireless Internet across the command called the AETC Learning Wi-Fi Service.
  • 23rd Flying Training Squadron revolutionizes pilot training

    The 23rd Flying Training Squadron is responsible for training helicopter pilots and enlisted aircrews, preparing them for their next assignments.
  • Building training innovation

    The trainer development center is responsible for modernizing training materials for the Air Force through the most cost-effective methods possible. The cost-effective modernization of training equipment is made possible through the four sections of the trainer development center: the instructional technology unit, trainer development portion, simulation software and cyber campus training network.
  • Pilot Training Next partners with NASA to explore and transform pilot training

    On Oct. 22 - 24, 2019 a team from NASA will visit Pilot Training Next at Joint Base San Antonio - Randolph to further their collaboration with data collection.
  • Planning for the future of learning

    Presidio of Monterey, Calif. is taking the initiative with the Foreign Language Design Sprint and digging deeper into the science of learning to help improve the way their students learn.
  • Civil Air Patrol to provide IT training to Keesler AFB technical school graduates

    A memorandum of understanding was signed earlier this month by Civil Air Patrol national commander, Maj. Gen. Mark Smith, and Rich Aldridge, program executive officer for Business and Enterprise Systems at Maxwell Air Force Base-Gunter Annex, that will provide information technology training to Keesler AFB technical school graduates who are assigned to the BES Directorate.
  • Air Force creates futuristic fighters

    Technology around the world is constantly improving, which influences the Air Force to keep up with these new developments by innovating and finding ways to effectively train Airmen.At Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, these updates can be seen in various virtual reality training systems. Now, the 7th Security Forces Squadron is implementing the
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