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Default Air Force Logo UPDATED: 37TH TRAINING WING CELEBRATES 39 YEARS OF OPERATION HOME COOKING
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO- LACKLAND, Texas -- San Antonio area families can express their warmth and hospitality to Airmen and trainees at JBSA-Lackland by allowing them an opportunity to enjoy a holiday meal and family atmosphere through Operation Home Cooking.     In its 39th year, the program provides the opportunity for area families to share
0 10/21
2013
Default Air Force Logo Electronic Devices (Graduation Weekend)
Airmen are no longer permitted to bring any electronic items (to includecell phones purchased during the weekend) back to the squadron/dormitoriesduring graduation weekend. The Air Force and BMT cannot be held liable forthe loss or damage of items nor transportation baggage restrictions. Anyelectronic items purchased or brought to BMT during the
0 3/01
2013
Construction of the new Airman Training Complex No. 1 and its dining-classroom facility continues. The complex is on pace to be finished by late summer. Eventually, four ATCs and two dining-classroom facilities will replace eight Recruit Housing and Training buildings built in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Each new ATC will house up to 1,200 basic trainees. (U.S. Air Force photo/Alan Boedeker) Basic training campus nears completion
The first of the new Air Force Basic Military Training housing campus projects are scheduled to be completed this summer, said U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials. Daniel Olivas, the resident engineer for the corps, which is the project administrator, said Airman Training Complex No. 1 and Dining-Classroom Facility No. 1 are about two-thirds
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2012
An airman receives an Airman's Coin from her military training instructor during graduation week.
Recruiters on the hunt for more MTIs
Master Sgt. Eric Gaona wants you to have the chance to make a lasting impression on future airmen. He wants you to become a military training instructor.The job is always a tough sell -- a four-year commitment, 14-hour days, the stress of molding civilians into new airmen. But Gaona and his team of MTI recruiters are feeling the pressure even more
0 8/22
2011
Default Air Force Logo Release of Android US Air Force Airman Fundamentals App for current and future airmen
Air Force Basic Training is proud to announce the free Android application, US Air Force Airman Fundamentals, which is an Official App of Air Education and Training Command focused primarily on physical training.This app has information all past, current and future Active, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve Airmen can use, as it shows the
0 8/05
2011
Default Air Force Logo Air Force offers Airmen free mobile app for basic military training
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0 6/09
2011
Default Air Force Logo Release of iTunes US Air Force Airman Fundamentals App for current and future airmen
Air Force Basic Training is proud to announce the free iTunes application, US Air Force Airman Fundamentals, which is an Official App of Air Education and Training Command focused primarily on physical training.This app has information all past, current and future Active, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve Airmen can use, as it shows the
0 6/07
2011
Default Air Force Logo Basic Trainees attend BEAST (www.af.mil slideshow)
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0 6/06
2011
LACKLAND AIR FORCE BASE, Texas  -- An artist's concept of “The Gateway to the Air Force,” a $21.8 million facility which will serve as the primary inprocessing and information center for all Air Force recruits entering basic military training. Air Force graphic AFCEE redefines the gateway to the Air Force
Engineers at the Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment are preparing to build an inprocessing and information center for Air Force recruits and their families here.The construction of the facility is significant to both the agency and the Air Force, due to its robust depiction of Air Force culture, according to AFCEE officials."This
0 5/13
2011
Students in Air Force basic military training learn about defending cyberspace during a training class Oct. 8, 2010. The course teaches basic operating fundamentals on the Air Force network and the significance of protecting the network to meet the Air Force mission. (U.S. Air Force photo/Robbin Cresswell) Basic trainees begin cyber training
The importance of defending cyberspace was taken to a new level when cyber training became a permanent fixture of the Air Force basic military training curriculum.The first trainees attended a four-hour course devoted to defending the Air Force networks and operations in cyberspace Oct. 4. The course teaches basic operating fundamentals on the Air
0 10/15
2010
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