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Joint Base San Antonio
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81st Training Wing
AETC is making AF Spark Tank heat … again!
December 28, 2021
— Fifteen semi-finalists for the 2022 Spark Tank campaign were announced Nov. 24, including two submissions that will represent Air Education and Training Command as Air Force Spark Tank semi-finalists...
AETC teams come together to supply BMT uniforms
September 8, 2020
— With Air Force Basic Military Training coming to Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, due to COVID-19, the mission of the base has become to not only train, but create premier warfighters. ...
Feasibility of secondary Air Force BMT location proven; COVID-19 surge operations begin June 2
May 26, 2020
— Air Force officials announced that, beginning June 2, the service will continue to hold basic military training at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, as a secondary location until the end of COVID-19 surge operations. The decision to stand up initial operating capability under 37th Training Wing comes after a successful proof of concept trial run...
Air Force BMT adjusts schedules, locations to sustain mission readiness
March 27, 2020
— In order to ensure the health and safety of trainees and instructors and to preserve dorm capacity, new recruits will be brought in based on a four-week repeating cycle that includes stringent restricted movement guidelines, dedicated time for deep cleaning between rotations, resetting the instructor cadre and the testing of an alternate BMT location at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi. ...