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  • Air Force officials announce tour length changes

    After listening to feedback from Airmen and career field managers, Air Force officials are reducing targeted special duty and instructor tour lengths to create a more ready and resilient force.The tour length reduction from four to three years for military training instructors, military training

  • Keesler welcomes new training wing commander

    Col. Heather W. Blackwell, assumed command of the 81st Training Wing from outgoing commander Col. Debra A. Lovette, during a change of command ceremony officiated by Maj. Gen. Timothy Leahy, Second Air Force commander, here, May 16.

  • Military Training Leaders: guiding future Airmen

    Military training leaders, the first link in the chain of command for Airmen in technical training, are responsible for shaping the future of the Air Force through every Airman, every day.“When an Airman arrives to tech school, it does not mark the end of their military training,” said Master Sgt.

  • Changes at HQ AETC focus on force development efforts

    This reorganization allows the Headquarters AETC staff to focus on broader force-development responsibilities, ensuring policy and strategy are aligned within the command and across the entire Air Force developmental enterprise.

  • Keesler unveils innovative classroom environment for ‘Mach 21 Airmen’

    The 81st Training Support Squadron held a ribbon cutting ceremony followed by an open house celebrating the completion of the SCALE-UP renovation project in Alee Hall Jan. 10The 81st Training Support Squadron held a ribbon cutting ceremony followed by an open house celebrating the completion of the

  • Keesler hosts 2AF training summit

    For the first time, enlisted leadership from all five 2nd Air Force training wings met here for a superintendent training summit Oct. 30-31. The summit was designed to allow training group superintendents to share missions and identify common challenges and best practices that could be implemented

  • Cadets learn about their Pathway to Blue

    Second Air Force held their fourth annual “Pathways to Blue” initiative with more than 280 ROTC cadets representing 15 different colleges and universities here, April 6-7.Throughout the two-day event, ROTC cadets and enlisted personnel traveled through this diverse and inclusive event to better aim