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  • TT-101: A standard of excellence

    Second Air Force hosted Technical Training 101, bringing together leadership from across the Numbered Air Force for the three-day event at Keesler, March 28-30.

  • Back to Basics

    As we begin 2023, our Second Air Force Commander, Maj. Gen. Michele Edmondson, charged us to get “Back to Basics” in our development of the Airmen the Air Force needs.This may seem to contradict the Chief of Staff’s imperative that we “Accelerate Change or Lose”. Although these two concepts may

  • Innovation powerhouse joins Second Air Force

    Second Air Force, which oversees Basic Military Training and technical training for 93% of the U.S. Air Force, welcomed a new agency, 1 Jan., dedicated to the modernization of training and education delivery across its five training wings.

  • Second Air Force revamps TT-101

    Second Air Force held a new version of the Technical Training 101 Expo at Keesler, Oct. 25-28, to showcase the training innovations across Second Air Force.

  • Ready for enrollment: AFCDA presents its first modernized CDC

    As part of the Second Air Force commander’s priority to advance force development across the entire service, the Air Force Career Development Academy (AFCDA) officially implemented Career Development Course (CDC) 2R151 Edit Code M-01, Maintenance Management Production Journeyman Aug. 1.

  • Second Air Force leaders visit Goodfellow

    Col. Nicholas Dipoma, Second Air Force vice commander, and Maj. Richard Cordova, Second Air Force A9, toured Goodfellow, Sept. 14. Dipoma and Cordova were given an immersion tour of the 17th Training Wing at Goodfellow.