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Joint Base San Antonio
The Premier Installation In The Department Of Defense
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37th Training Group builds the force through modernized training
February 7, 2022
— With more than 23 different career fields in four separate training locations, the 37th Training Group trains and provides mission-ready service members and military working dogs for the Department of the Air Force and the Department of Defense...
59th MDW: Alamo Spark Cell drives innovation throughout the Air Force
November 16, 2021
— Throughout the Air Force, teams referred to as Spark Cells serve as a hub for innovation. The 59th Training Group’s Alamo Spark Cell is a collaborative team that focuses on improving training at the...
Defense against electromagnetic pulse priority for SA-EMD
October 1, 2020
— Imagine waking up one morning with no electricity, no cell service, and no chance of them returning for months. That is the potential nightmare of an electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, whether naturally occurring or man-made...
Virtual, augmented reality may hold key to future Air Force training
January 22, 2019
— A demonstration of how virtual reality and augmented reality, or VR/AR, can benefit Air Force training processes took place Jan. 8 at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. The demonstration was geared toward Airmen within the aircraft armament systems and munition systems, and gave a glimpse of how VR/AR applications can aid in providing an enhanced experience to Airmen preparing aircraft for combat missions...