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340th FTG highlights top performers, strategic priorities during fall MUTA
November 6, 2023
340th FTG highlights top performers, strategic priorities during fall MUTA

Nineteenth Air Force commander visits 340th Flying Training Group
September 13, 2022
19th AF commander visits 340th FTG

AFRC A3 director visits 340th Flying Training Group
June 8, 2022
AFRC A3 director visits 340th FTG

340th FTG spotlights exceptional performers, resilience
November 5, 2021
340th Flying Training Group Senior Enlisted Leader thanks team members.

Finance guru named 'On the Spot Award' winner for June
August 3, 2021
Danie earns award.

340th Flying Training Group names NCOIC of Force Development 'On the Spot Award' winner
July 12, 2021
Gossen earns award.

340th FTG IT team earns 'On the Spot Award' recognition
May 29, 2021
IT team earns "On the Spot Award"

340th TFG names 'On the Spot Award' winner for April
April 29, 2021
Salazar earns award.

How a water polo player turned U.S. Air Force pilot inspires the next generation
April 8, 2021
Former Water Polo player teaches teens to fly.

39th FTS Cobras take over San Antonio skies
November 5, 2020
Cobras in the Clouds 2020

WWII legendary ace’s aircraft lore alive and well at 12th FTW, 39th FTS
October 28, 2020
Lt. Col. Thomas Lessner, 39th Flying Training Squadron commander and Air Force Reserve Command T-1 instructor pilot, stands beside the squadron's T-6 flagship aircraft, which the host wing - 12th Flying Training Wing-Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas - painted in the heritage scheme used on the P-51 “Little Girl” flown by Capt. Leroy Grosshuesch, commander of the then-designated 39th Fighter Squadron, during the during WWII single-handed attack on a Japanese destroyer off Goto Retto near Kyushu, Japan in 1945. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Take time to prepare so you can enjoy your summer plans
June 3, 2020
Plan ahead, be ready

Long-distance support not new for 340th FTG personnel team
June 3, 2020
Providing support at a distance

Is the San Antonio Spurs Coyote an Air Force Pilot?
March 11, 2020
The Spurs Coyote and his mission teammates for the day walk to their planes at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas February 25 where Regular Air Force, Air Force Reserve, and civilian Airmen from the 340th Flying Training Group headquarters, 39th Flying Training Squadron T-6 Texan Flight, 12th Flying Training Wing Safety, 559th Flying Training Squadron T-6 team, and 3rd Combat Camera Squadron (JBSA-Lackland) members, and the NBA San Antonio Spurs production crew worked to put the Coyote through the pilot training process. Video footage will be used for a Spurs Military Appreciation video to be shown during the March 10 game. (U.S. Air Force photo by Debbie Gildea)

Chief’s Corner: 12 traits of all effective leaders
January 9, 2020
Chief Master Sgt. Scott Goetze, Superintendent (U.S. Air Force graphic)

Commentary: Is there value in gadgets and gizmos that are soon forgotten?
December 20, 2019
Helping Hand