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Why I Stay: The inspiring journey of Staff Sgt. Cody Linden
May 3, 2024
Why I Stay - SSgt Cody Linden

Vehicle maintenance training becomes its own training squadron
February 16, 2024
The 37th Training Group stood up a new squadron, the 346 Training Squadron, during a squadron activation ceremony on Feb. 13, 2024 at Port Hueneme, Calif. The 346 Training Squadron develops multi-capable Vehicle Management professionals ready to deliver tomorrow's global Force Generation demands. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Kate Anderson)

New squadron activates within the 37th Training Wing
August 22, 2023
New squadron activates within the 37th Training Wing

37th Training Wing announces third quarter award winners
November 1, 2022
A group of people pose for the camera. The shot is full-length of their body, two people are in an Air Force uniform and the rest are in Halloween costumes.

DOD ID cardholders can host students in tech training on Thanksgiving Day
October 26, 2022
Operation Family Feast graphic with fall-related borders on top and bottom (includes flowers, pumpkins, leaves).

37th Training Wing: Gentle leaders for gentle giants
September 26, 2022
341st Training Squadron implements gentle leaders for MWDs

Royal Australian Air Force leader visits 343rd Training Squadron
August 9, 2022
Integrated Command and Control course

37th Training Group welcomes new commander
July 28, 2022
Two people hold onto a guidon and they are looking at cameras posing

How contracting schoolhouse saved $1.6 million in annual training costs
June 27, 2022
Three airmen from the Contracting Training Flight pose in a hallway

37th Training Group builds the force through modernized training
February 7, 2022
Airman uses MIG welding methods with augmented reality.

Air Force chief of safety visits 37th Training Group, 344th Training Squadron
February 2, 2022
Air Force personnel in uniform

When going gets tough, resiliency remains key for Air Force family
October 21, 2021
Richard and Jenna Jimenez standing by palm trees.

18th Air Force command chief visits Alamo Wing
July 14, 2021
Tech. Sgt. Morgan Grebens (middle-left), 37th Training Group, and Chief Master Sgt. Chad Bickley (middle-right), 18th Air Force command chief, listen while Master Sgt. Christopher Boots (left) and Master Sgt. Erik Dunning (right), both with Air Mobility Command, describe how instructors use the C-5M Super Galaxy simulator to train pilots during a tour of the 733rd Training Squadron at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, July 8, 2021. As part of a multi-day tour of several JBSA units, Bickley visited with 733rd TRS leaders to discuss training challenges and strengths, see the virtual reality training equipment, cargo load trainer facility and the simulator. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kristian Carter)

Five 37th TRG instructors earn AETC master instructor designation
June 11, 2021
Instructors and leadership gather for group photo at ceremony.

Showcase highlights talents of 37th Training Group
June 11, 2021
Airmen in drill formation.

Mom, son celebrate Air Force achievements
April 21, 2021
Tech. Sgt. Nessie McCray, 344th Training Squadron, and her son, Airman Basic Jaylen Netterville, 343rd Training Squadron, share lunch at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, April 15, 2021. Both look forward to graduating and beginning their new careers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Agnes Koterba)

Students compete with passion, pride during first 345th TRS Port Dawg Rodeo
March 22, 2021
FORT LEE, Va. – Passion, pride, and community are what many organizations strive for and few achieve. The 345th Training Squadron here demonstrated these values and more Feb. 26 during the schoolhouse’s first Port Dawg Rodeo.

AF safety experts look to increase successful job performance with new training mindset
December 1, 2020
Airman works on computer

Centralized Cargo Operations unique team with critical mission
October 2, 2020
David Howard, a 502nd Centralized Cargo Operations, or CCO, maintainer at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, reviews a shipment work order Oct. 5. After the release of a shipment, the CCO tracks packages so the recipient knows when it will arrive.

Fallen Security Forces Airmen honored at 12th Annual Defender Ruck
November 12, 2019
Security Forces Airmen celebrate crossing the finish line after a 4-mile ruck. Over 1,100 Security Forces Airmen gathered for the 12th Annual Defender Ruck, hosted by the 343rd Training Squadron, in honor of all 186 Defender Airmen who have made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of freedom, Nov. 8, here.