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  • Commentaries on Leadership

    The following commentaries were written by Ret. Gen. Stephen R. Lorenz during his tenure as AETC Commander.Thank You(11/5/2010)Leaders Come in All Sizes(10/12/2010)Ordinary People Becoming Extraordinary Airmen(9/23/10)Love your people(8/31/10)Professional advocacy(8/03/10)The intellectual resource(7/06/10)Sustaining a wingman culture(5/11/10)Force
  • 40th Anniversary Celebrate America's Military

    Monday, November 1CAM Kickoff LuncheonHosted by The Greater ChamberSpeaker: David Robinson, U.S. Naval Academy graduate & former NBA player with the San Antonio SpursLocation: Multi-purpose Facility Bldg, Freeman Coliseum Grounds, 11:30 a.m. Registration, 12:00 Noon LunchWednesday, November 3Downtown Rotary Club Commanders LuncheonSpeaker: Admiral
  • Air Education and Training Command Civic Leader Tour Sept. 8-9 at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.

    Twenty one civic leaders from across the country along with the commander of Air Education and Training Command, Gen. Stephen Lorenz traveled to Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio., Sept. 7-9 to get a firsthand look at the many diverse and critical missions vital to the Air Force. The civic leader group included men and women from a variety of
  • 306th Flying Training Group History

    Lineage Established as 306th Bombardment Group (Heavy) on 28 Jan 1942. Activated on 1 Mar 1942. Inactivated on 25 Dec 1946. Redesignated 306th Bombardment Group (Very Heavy) on 11 Jun 1947. Activated on 1 Jul 1947. Redesignated 306th Bombardment Group (Medium) on 11 Aug 1948. Inactivated on 16 Jun 1952. Redesignated 306th Flying Training Group on
  • 306th Operations Support Squadron Weather

    306th Operations Support Squadron weather-related information can be found at the links provided here.306th OSS Weather Web site site:http://www.usafa.af.mil/tu/306ftg/oss/weather/ U.S. Air Force Academy Weather Observations: http://www.usafa.edu/tu/306ftg/weather/hwas.html National Weather Service Forecast Office
  • 58th SOW History

    A Brief History of the 58th Special Operations Wing Located on Kirtland Air Force Base (AFB), the 58th Special Operations Wing (58 SOW) serves as the premier training site for Air Force special operations and combat search and rescue aircrews. The wing provides undergraduate, graduate and refresher aircrew training for special operations, rescue,
  • 60th Fighter Squadron

    Mission The 60th Fighter Squadron is one of two F-15C Eagle flying squadrons at the 33rd Fighter Wing at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. The "Fighting Crows" prepare and maintain combat-ready F-15C Eagles, plan and execute an annual flying hour program of more than 5,000 sorties and train and maintain the combat readiness of 32 pilots and 300
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  • 33rd Fighter Wing

    The 33rd Fighter Wing "Nomads" is the largest associate unit at Eglin, as well as a premier air-to-air combat unit of Air Combat Command. With two F-15C squadrons and an air control squadron, the wing's mission is to deploy worldwide and provide air superiority and air control. First established as the 33rd Pursuit Group, the wing's contribution to
  • UAE IFF Environmental Assessment

    FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT FOR UNITED ARAB EMIRATES AIR FORCE PILOT TRAINING AT FORT WORTH ALLIANCE AIRPORT The Air Force announced Feb. 11 it determined a finding of no significant impact (FONSI) for the environmental assessment of a proposed Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals training program for United Arab Emirates military pilots using

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Happy 244th birthday Marine Corps!!
On November 4th the Italian delegation at Eglin AFB hosted an Italian Breakfast to the community to celebrate the Italian Unity and Armed Forces Day. Seventy years ago, the Italian Republic recognized this day as National Unity and Armed Forces Day. A date that summarizes the founding values of a national identity long pursued by the Italian people. A day in which the Armed Forces and the Italian people remember the fallen of all the wars that contributed, up to the last extreme sacrifice, to freedom and democracy for the future of the Italian Republic. Italian Armed Forces: one force, one voice. 📸 Antonio DI IEVA
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#Nomads, never forget that we stand on the shoulders of greatness. Honor all those who served our nation during #WWII by attending the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)'s upcoming events scheduled here ➡️ https://go.usa.gov/xpxnP 📅 Use #KnowYourMil and #DoDRemembers75 to join the conversation!
#ICYMI The United States Air Force has a new Secretary of Defense. Barbara Barrett took the administrative oath of office Oct. 18, 2019 making her the 25th #SECAF. Welcome, ma'am! 🇺🇸
#Nomads took to the skies over University of Iowa's Kinnick Stadium for a flyover. Check out these highlights from the event!
Taking the field Iowa Hawkeyes
The #Nomads are heading to the nest this Saturday. 🔥💪🏈 #FireFromTheClouds
Our #Nomads were in a fierce battle for the champions of the third quarter load crew and dedicated crew chief competitions this week. Check out some of these highlights from the event!
The Misty Forward Air Controllers (FAC) Vietnam veterans visited the 33rd Fighter Wing today. #ICYDK The Misty FAC earned their name during the Vietnam War because they used "Misty" as their radio call sign. It was a pleasure hosting their anniversary reunion here at the wing. Thank you Misty FAC for spending time with the #Nomads this year! #FireFromTheClouds