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Master sergeant recognized as MTI of the Year
June 16, 2016
Master Sgt. Raul Hernandez Jr., 326th Training Squadron acting superintendent, observes Air Force basic trainees as they march to the Pfingston Reception Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. Air Education and Training Command recognized him as the 2015 military training instructor of the year.

99th FTS carries on Tuskegee Airmen legacy, trains ‘world’s best’ instructor pilots
May 17, 2016
The 99th Flying Training Squadron is the Department of Defense’s sole provider for T-1A Jayhawk pilot instructor training. The squadron was formed during World War II as the first flying unit for African Americans known as the Tuskegee Airmen, and it was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation, originally called the Distinguished Unit Citation, for extraordinary heroism in action against an armed enemy.

12th OSS/OSW plays vital role in JBSA-Randolph flying mission
May 9, 2016
Terry Roberts, 12th Operations Support Squadron weather operations technician, surveys a Kestrel to check wind speeds on the east flightline at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph May 4, 2016. A Kestrel is a manual way to gather wind information when there is an outage to the primary weather data sensors.

AETC's 66th TRS teams with canine search, rescue organizations
April 19, 2016
Wesley Willoughby, Alpha Search and Rescue trailing handler, and his dog Ehrlich Vormund prepare to hit a 24-hour trail during a training exercise at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Medina Annex April 2, 2016. A 24-hour trail consists of scents from the missing person that are up to 24 hours old.

Congratulations to the 2015 JBSA master sergeant selects
July 16, 2015

Tax relief for victims of severe weather related disasters in Texas
July 13, 2015

Nine words
July 13, 2015