The 81st Training Group recently established the Skills Enhancing Development Program for Air Force and Space Force technical training graduates.This program provides new Airmen an opportunity to continue to develop and sharpen their technical skills with local squadrons while they wait to leave for
2021 was a year of change, innovation and success for Second Air Force to persevere through COVID-19 challenges, and lead the charge in Air Education and Training Command to produce 30,000 Airmen. “I was so impressed with where Second Air Force was when I got here,” said Maj. Gen. Michele C.
An unprecedented look behind the scenes at U.S. Air Force basic military training will be available to the public through a docuseries on the Air Force Recruiting Service’s YouTube channel beginning Oct. 28.
The COVID-19 vaccine has been mandated across the Department of Defense and despite its demonstrated effectiveness and safety, a host of myths have left some Airmen and Guardians hesitant to receive it. While social media posts and some news outlets may make it harder to keep up with what is fact or
The 2nd Air Force’s newest commander, Maj. Gen. Michele C. Edmondson, completed her first official visit to the largest technical training wing in the Air Force, Aug. 25, 2021, giving her an opportunity to witness real-time training and observe the newest technology used to train today’s Airmen for
The Gateway Wing had the opportunity to showcase its mission and people last week to provide the new 2d Air Force commander an up-close and in-depth look into the 37th Training Wing mission.
Maj. Gen. Michele Edmondson took command of 2nd Air Force from Maj. Gen. Andrea Tullos during a change of command ceremony at the Bay Breeze Event Center here, July 30.Lt. Gen. Marshall Webb, Commander of Air Education and Training Command, presided over the ceremony.
Airmanship is learned by every Airman at different stages in their career to help build the culture the Air Force strives for.“We need Airmen to understand how to identify themselves with the military and make appropriate decisions,” said Master Sgt. Kristen Jordan, Second Air Force military
A cultural development course delivered to Airmen during their initial technical training is adding a new topic to their mandatory curriculum: respect. The decision to add the new mandatory curriculum on respect came about in recognition of the importance of diversity in our Air Force. The