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SECOND AIR FORCE NEWS

  • Installation excellence: Bryan Hall renovation

    The 338th Training Squadron’s training facility, Bryan Hall, will undergo a $30.4 million renovation, the largest awarded renovation project in the 81st Contracting Squadron’s history.

  • Local San Antonio community gives back on Thanksgiving

    In a heartwarming demonstration of gratitude, “Giving back to those who serve” was a common theme among the more than 330 San Antonio families picking up Basic Military Training trainees on Thanksgiving Day for Operation Home Cooking.

  • Peer-to-Peer calls help Cable Dawgs make connections

    Students from the 364th Training Squadron cable and antenna systems course gathered for the latest peer-to-peer call November 16, 2023, here. Airmen from Incirlik Air Base in Turkey joined the apprentice Cable Dawgs for a conference call meant to help them hit the ground running when they arrive at

  • 81st TRW | Stepping up to the plate

    Taking responsibility, rising to the occasion, accepting a challenge and finding someone who steps up to the plate can be the difference between mission success or failure.Staff Sgt. Darren Weeks, 81st Communication Squadron client systems supervisor, was recently recognized for his dedication to

  • 37th TRW | Veterans recall decades of service

    Eddie Molett and Oscar Clayton, civilians assigned to the 37th Training Wing, are both veterans and have more than 100 years of combined federal service between the two of them.

  • Setting the Foundation: 2 AF Human Performance

    As Second Air Force begins efforts to modernize and transform the Air Force’s basic and technical training to keep pace with modern-day, near-peer competitors, the Numbered Air Force will incorporate human performance aspects into its plans to optimize an Airman’s success in training and for the