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Default Air Force Logo 37th Training Wing Celebrates 38 Years of Operation Home Cooking
     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 38th year, the program provides the opportunity for area families to share their traditional Thanksgiving celebration
0 10/21
2013
Default Air Force Logo Electronic Devices (Graduation Weekend)
Airmen are no longer permitted to bring any electronic items (to include cell phones purchased during the weekend) back to the squadron/dormitories during graduation weekend.  The Air Force and BMT cannot be held liable for the loss or damage of items nor transportation baggage restrictions.  Any electronic items purchased or brought to BMT during
0 3/01
2013
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 8/03
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 'Aim High ... Fly-Fight-Win' to be Air Force motto
Incorporating extensive inputs from all ranks and career fields in the development effort, Airmen have selected "Aim High ... Fly-Fight-Win" as the service's motto. An enduring statement of Airmen's pride in their service, the motto is a two-part expression -- a call to action, with a response of commitment."The call and the response are two sides
0 10/08
2010
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