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340th Flying Training Group
Undergraduate Flying Training welcomes new commander
February 16, 2023
— Col. Kyle Goldstein, 340th Flying Training Group commander, presided over the Undergraduate Flying Training change of command ceremony where Lt. Col. Mark Pasierb relinquished responsibility of UFT to Lt. Col. David Mitchell at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas on Feb. 15, 2023...
433rd Training Squadron: End of an era
February 10, 2023
— The 433rd Training Squadron is Total Force in action. The squadron, which falls under the 340th Flying Training Group at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, is comprised of Total Force Airmen who accomplish the basic military training mission — motivate, train, and inspire the next generation of Airmen and Guardians with the foundation to deliver 21st Century Airpower...
Straw assumes command of 5th Flying Training Squadron
December 20, 2022
— Col. Kyle Goldstein, 340th Flying Training Group commander, presided over a change of command ceremony where Lt. Col. Marcus Hutson relinquished command of the 5th Flying Training Squadron to Lt. Col. Anthony Straw on Dec. 8, 2022, at Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma...
340th FTG highlights outstanding performers, readiness during fall MUTA
November 8, 2022
— The 340th Flying Training Group held its fall Mandatory Unit Training Assembly, or MUTA, at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph on Oct. 27-28, 2022...
Johnson High School, 340th FTG honor fallen heroes of 9/11
September 23, 2022
— Johnson High School staff, students, parents, Army Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps cadets, and guests in San Antonio, Texas, took time to gather Sept. 9, 2021, and remember the lives lost and honor the heroism and comradery that occurred on Sept. 11, 2001. Lt. Col. David Mitchell, 340th Flying Training Group chief of training, and his father, U.S. Army Col. Mitchell, were invited as guest speakers for the ceremony. ...
AFRC A3 director visits 340th Flying Training Group
June 8, 2022
— Brig. Gen. D. Scott Durham, director of Air, Space, and Information Operations for Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command, received a mission briefing from Col. Kyle Goldstein, 340th Flying Training Group commander, during a visit to Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph June 6...
AF Reserve Personnel director visits 340th FTG
February 23, 2022
— Brig. Gen. Anne B. Gunter, director of personnel for Headquarters Air Force Reserve, Pentagon, visited the 340th Flying Training Group during a visit to Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Feb. 2, 2022...
Lewis assumes command of USAFA's 70th Flying Training Squadron
July 10, 2021
— Lt. Col. Amy Lewis assumed command of the 70th Flying Training Squadron, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado, May 21 during a ceremony officiated by Col. Joel DeBoer, 306th Flying Training Group commander. The 70th FTS is a geographically separated unit that falls under the 340th Flying Training Group at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas...
340th TFG names 'On the Spot Award' winner for April
April 29, 2021
— Master Sgt. Denise Salazar is a triple threat for the 340th Flying Training Group staff, but it's her uncanny ability to roll with the punches that sets her apart from her peers...
How a water polo player turned U.S. Air Force pilot inspires the next generation
April 8, 2021
— U.S Air Force Lt. Col. Jon Somogyi cruises through Converse, Texas, turning onto Judson Llane, returning to his alma mater at Judson High School. He's meeting with Air Force Junior ROTC students to...
340th Flying Training Group names annual award winners
February 16, 2021
— The 340th Flying Training Group recently announced its 2020 annual awards winners, two of whom have also been nominated for Air Force Reserve Command recognition, and two for Air Education and Training Command recognition...
39th FTS Cobras take over San Antonio skies
November 5, 2020
— The 39th Flying Training Squadron Reserve Citizen Airmen took command of San Antonio military airspace to execute a training and readiness exercise called "Cobras in the Clouds" Oct. 29 at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph...
WWII legendary ace’s aircraft lore alive and well at 12th FTW, 39th FTS
October 28, 2020
— The 340th Flying Training Group’s 39th Flying Training Squadron, initially activated as the 39th Pursuit Squadron in 1940, re-designated as the 39th FTS in 1999 and subsequently activated in the Reserve component in 2001, has a storied World War II past that’s being celebrated by its operational host, the 12th Flying Training Wing...
39th FTS Cobra honored as August Hidden Hero
September 18, 2020
— Reserve Citizen Airman Maj. Christine Wagner, 39th Flying Training Squadron T-1A evaluator pilot and T-1A schoolhouse chief instructor pilot, was honored as the August 2020 Schertz Cibolo Selma Area Chamber of Commerce Military Affairs Council Hidden Hero during a ceremony held at the Schertz Civic Center Aug. 18. ...
New commander takes over 433rd Training Squadron
August 11, 2020
— Lt. Col. Anthony Erard assumed command of the 433rd Training Squadron during a ceremony at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Aug. 7, officiated by Col. Michael J. Vanzo, 340th Flying Training Group commander...
39th FTS T-6 team honors 'beloved maintainer' upon retirement
June 5, 2020
— Carl Powers, retired Air Force senior master sergeant, closed the book on his federal civilian career last month, tallying nearly half a century of service in and out of uniform. Retiring amid the COVID-19 pandemic meant his unit would be unable to render traditional, full honors to the T-6 Texan maintainer, who is the "T-6's most beloved maintainer," said Maj. John Camponovo, 39th Flying Training Squadron T-6 flight commander...
Take time to prepare so you can enjoy your summer plans
June 3, 2020
— Although the summer months are the most vulnerable time, severe weather can occur anytime, anywhere, and can produce hail, damaging winds, tornadoes, flooding, lightning or a combination of any or all of these...
Long-distance support not new for 340th FTG personnel team
June 3, 2020
— As people around the world worked to adjust to the challenges of working from home, 340th Flying Training Group personnelists quickly adapted and then some, providing mission-critical support to the headquarters and squadrons at seven different installations, as well as modifying processes and implementing improvements to better serve their teammates...
340th FTG Airmen featured in 'Profiles in Leadership' program
April 17, 2020
— Two members of the 340th Flying Training Group are featured in the Air Force Reserve Command's Profiles in Leadership, Volume 5...
Is the San Antonio Spurs Coyote an Air Force Pilot?
March 11, 2020
— In late February, the well-known San Antonio Spurs mascot was sighted riding his motorcycle on the Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph taxiway, sparking a flurry of interest and speculation. What could he have been up to!? Later sightings of the Coyote in flight gear confirmed suspicions! He's an Airman! ...