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SECOND AIR FORCE NEWS

  • 2AF commander visits Goodfellow

    The 17th Training Wing demonstrated the significant strides it has taken to advance Technical Training Transformation to the commander of Second Air Force, Maj. Gen. Michele Edmondson, during her visit here May 7-8.

  • WATCH: AETC Commander and Command Chief discuss Airman Development Command

    Lt. Gen. Brian S. Robinson, commander of Air Education and Training Command and Chief Master Sgt. Chad Bickley, AETC command chief, discuss the change from AETC to Airman Development Command and how the command is at the forefront of the Air Force’s readiness and most significant organizational

  • Community leaders: students for a day

    The 17th Training Wing’s newly appointed honorary commanders attended a 17th Training Group immersion on Goodfellow Air Force Base, Jan. 12.

  • Chasing a dream: Master Sgt. Eric Emerson

    For U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Eric Emerson, joining the Air Force wasn't his initial plan. He had set his sights on a career in law enforcement with the San Angelo Police Department, but that dream was cut short after six months of training when he was told he wouldn’t be hired. In 14 years,

  • Forging a Foundation: Basic Military Training

    As educational concepts and technology improve, it’s vital that the Air Force keeps up with the status quo to maximize the learning capability of its Airmen and set them up for success once they reach their operational units. To that end, Robinson has directed AETC to adapt and transition to a

  • Why I Stay: Chief Master Sgt. Christopher Campbell

    U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Christopher Campbell, 316th Training Squadron senior enlisted leader, originally enlisted as a security forces airman in 2006. With him signing a six-year contract, he didn’t expect that after 15 years in the military, he would have the rank of chief master sergeant.