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  • Training for Tomorrow’s Fight

    The 58th Training Readiness Squadron has built the first-ever aerial gunnery live fire training facility at Kirtland Air Force Base N.M., 22 May 2024. This state of the art aircrew training device is designed to revolutionize the training of aircrew members using modernized HH-60G and HH-60W aerial

  • Wing Innovation: Raider Spark Cell debuts with $450,000 awarded funds

    “I am extremely excited we were able to receive these funds,” said Space Force Staff Sgt. D’Andre Floyd Space Force Gaming base ambassador. “This is a huge step in the right direction, not only for the base, but our community as well. This enables us to further amplify our message, build our

  • 12th Operations Group innovator tackles virtual reality

    Inside the 560th Flying Training Squadron, between the flight operations desk and aircrew flight equipment, there is an office with "12th Operations Group Design Team Lead" printed on the door. The office is occupied by Travis Stillwell, a 360 video and virtual reality expert, who shoots, edits, and

  • Learning professional gather, connect during symposium

    The Air Education and Training Command (AETC) learning community gathered to connect and optimize learning ecosystem efforts, while showcasing the diversity of the group, during a learning symposium in San Antonio, Texas, Sept. 27-29, 2022.Learning professionals collaborated on interest areas such

  • AETC Innovation Summit set for Oct. 12

    Air Education and Training Command’s A9 Innovation and Analysis Directorate will virtually host the 8th annual Innovation Summit (iSummit), Oct. 12, 2022 from 9:30 a.m.  – 11:30 a.m. CST.The iSummit provides AETC Airmen, at all levels, a platform to share experiences on innovation activities and

  • Air Force Spark Tank unleashes AETC's capacity to innovate

    Air Education and Training Command has begun accepting innovative submissions that can significantly impact Air Force missions within the next six-24 months from uniformed and civilian Airmen for the 2023 Air Force Spark Tank competition, now through August 17.

  • Innovation continues with Det. 24’s change of command

    Lt. Col. Steve “Tiger” Briones took command of Detachment 24 from Lt. Col. Ryan “Motor” Riley during a change of command ceremony at the Kendrick Club June 10. Maj. Gen. Craig Wills, 19th Air Force commander, presided over the ceremony and talked about the ground breaking progress within pilot