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Joint Base San Antonio
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12th Flying Training Wing
12th TRS Airman delivers first public speech
June 24, 2020
— Master Sgt. Demetrius Owens, 12th Training Squadron superintendent, volunteered to guest speak at the Class of 2020 Military Service Academy Appointment and Military Enlistee graduation ceremony June 11, 2020 at Schertz Veterans Memorial Plaza...
RPA Training Next transforming pipeline to competency-based construct
June 4, 2020
— Air Education and Training Command is integrating modern technology and innovative strategies in an effort to transform how remotely piloted aircraft pilots and sensor operators are developed through the RPA Training Next initiative...
12th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron keeps Texans flying
May 4, 2020
— Aircraft maintainers from the 12th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron service a T-6 Texan aircraft from the 559th Flying Training Squadron at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph April 7...
Initial virtual ceremonies provide templates for 12th Flying Training Wing
May 1, 2020
— As social distancing and shelter-in-place efforts intensified in April as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, two 12th Flying Training Wing units kept in step with public health directives by conducting the wing’s first virtual ceremonies...
558th Flying Training Squadron uses 3-D tech to fight COVID-19
April 21, 2020
— The 558th Flying Training Squadron uses 3-D printing technology to produce face shields for the 559th Medical Group at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph...
559th Flying Training Squadron pilots take precautions while training
April 10, 2020
— Pilots from the 559th Flying Training Squadron mask up as they take the necessary precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, while also continuing the essential mission of flying training...
Simulator instructors gain more teaching time after CPI event
April 3, 2020
— Countermeasures developed during an Air Force Continuous Process Improvement event last September at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph are allowing 12th Training Squadron civilian simulator instructors to devote more time to their teaching duties...
12th FTW NCO chosen as ‘Hidden Hero’
January 31, 2020
— Tech. Sgt. Derius Jackson, 12th Training Squadron flight chief, was recognized as the "Hidden Hero" for January by the Schertz, Cibolo, Selma, Chamber of Commerce Military Affairs Committee Jan. 21 at the Schertz monthly Chamber luncheon...
Maintaining our Maintainers: 12th MXG focuses on hiring for upcoming JBSA-Randolph missions
January 27, 2020
— The U.S. Air Force maintainer career field at JBSA-Randolph is a strictly civilian, fast-paced, 24/7 operation which includes aircraft mechanics, aircraft engine mechanics, avionic technicians, egress technicians, and many more positions. The need for maintainers is a direct result of the several new missions being assigned to JBSA-Randolph and the 12th MXG, including the arrival of the T-7 Red Hawk, in 2021. ...
BASHing bird strikes aim of JBSA-Randolph program
January 13, 2020
— A bird strike is a collision between a bird and an aircraft, but the term is often expanded to cover other wildlife strikes, such as bats or ground animals. ...
340th Flying Training Group hosts Congressional staffers
September 19, 2019
— Staff members for U.S. Congressman Henry Cuellar (TX-28) toured the 340th Flying Training Group at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Sept. 16, focusing on total force integration between air reserve and active duty squadrons to accomplish the flying training mission. ...
JBSA presents flag to World War II POW, former Schertz mayor
July 3, 2019
— Robert C. Bueker, a local retiree and former World War II prisoner of war, celebrated his 95th birthday a day early with the help of Joint Base San Antonio July 3...
Family keeps daydream going with virtual reality adventure at JBSA-Randolph
March 22, 2019
— A family whose journeys in their recreational vehicle to places as far-flung as Alaska to the north and New Zealand to the west are captured on their popular YouTube channel will soon show their 100,000-plus viewers how the 12th Flying Training Wing’s aircraft simulator innovations are transforming pilot training...
Simulator instructor’s efforts to improve processes lead to AETC-level AFA award
January 18, 2019
— More than four years ago, an Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals simulator instructor at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph noticed that aircraft shelters were sometimes illuminated during daytime hours – a waste of energy and tax dollars...
Instrument Landing System ensures safe arrival in any weather
January 10, 2019
— In times of inclement weather in San Antonio, pilots from the 12th Flying Training Wing find themselves in similar predicaments. Thick clouds and heavy precipitation can render pilots virtually blind, creating an extremely stressful situation especially as they approach to land at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph...
“Just like the simulations”: veteran instructor pilots shape next generation American airpower
November 20, 2018
— If only you could learn from your embarrassing mistakes in real time and be given a second chance to redeem yourself. That reset button does exist for the pilots studying with the 12th Training Squadron at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph. ...
‘Exemplifying Pride in Our Service and Heritage’
October 26, 2018
— For the 12th Flying Training Wing, the corrosion control paint shop provides the opportunity to repurpose and reuse select aircraft. Their capabilities allow planes to be in service longer by appropriately balancing operational needs and long-term sustainment of Air Force assets. ...
Aerospace Ground Equipment vital to sustaining the 12th Flying Training Wing as the ‘Source of America’s Airpower’
October 4, 2018
— Soon after arriving to a new aircraft maintenance squadron, fresh technical training graduates are tasked with the most important direction of their young careers. ‘We need to go to work, so go grab the keys to the airplane.’ Some time later, an exasperated Airman returns to a shop rolling with laughter, waiting to let them in on one of oldest jokes on the flight line...
560th Flying Training Squadron talks teamwork, trust with UTSA women's basketball team
October 4, 2018
— Members of the University of Texas San Antonio women’s basketball team visited Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Sept. 25. The visit gave the team a chance to talk to Airmen about the importance of teamwork and commitment...
T-6A Texan II crashes near Rolling Oaks Mall: Update
September 18, 2018
— A 12th Flying Training Wing T-6 Texan II crashed near Rolling Oaks Mall at approximately at 4 p.m. Sept. 18. The crew ejected and is safe with minor injuries reported at the site. Both were transported to the Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Medical Clinic for evaluation...