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The Department of Defense has a zero tolerance policy and will not condone discrimination, including sexual harassment, of any kind. But what can someone do if they encounter such a situation or hostile work environment? If an individual believes he/she were discriminated against or sexually harassed, steps may be taken through the local Equal
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Default Air Force Logo Equal opportunity is for everyone
The Department of Defense has a zero tolerance policy and will not condone discrimination, including sexual harassment, of any kind. But what can someone do if they encounter such a situation or hostile work environment? If an individual believes he/she were discriminated against or sexually harassed, steps may be taken through the local Equal
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Rudy Olivarez, a Corrosion Control Specialist in the 12th Maintenance Group, applies paint to the landing gear of a T-38C Talon at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, Jan. 13, 2017.  Members of the corrosion control shop are changing the plane’s color scheme from two-tone gray to heritage blue, a scheme that was used by the 435th Fighter Training Squadron 40 years ago, ahead of a reunion of pilots that trained for fighter fundamentals after Jan. 1, 1977. (U.S. Air Force photo/Randy Martin) Throwback paint scheme proves heritage is big in the 435th
The 435th Fighter Training Squadron and the 12th Maintenance Group have blended a throwback paint scheme with a 40th anniversary reunion to celebrate a vital Air Force mission.When the 435th was reactivated after the Vietnam War on Jan. 1, 1977 at Holloman Air Force Base, its mission was to teach new fighter pilots basic maneuvers in what was
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2017
Rudy Olivarez, a Corrosion Control Specialist in the 12th Maintenance Group, applies paint to the landing gear of a T-38C Talon at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, Jan. 13, 2017.  Members of the corrosion control shop are changing the plane’s color scheme from two-tone gray to heritage blue, a scheme that was used by the 435th Fighter Training Squadron 40 years ago, ahead of a reunion of pilots that trained for fighter fundamentals after Jan. 1, 1977. (U.S. Air Force photo/Randy Martin) Throwback paint scheme proves heritage is big in the 435th
The 435th Fighter Training Squadron and the 12th Maintenance Group have blended a throwback paint scheme with a 40th anniversary reunion to celebrate a vital Air Force mission.When the 435th was reactivated after the Vietnam War on Jan. 1, 1977 at Holloman Air Force Base, its mission was to teach new fighter pilots basic maneuvers in what was
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2017
Staff Sgt.  Brett Daniel being promoted to Tech. Sgt. by Col. Roger Suro, 340th FTG commander at the Group's MUTA held Dec. 1-2 at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas (Photo by Janis El Shabazz). 340th Flying Training Group hosts December MUTA
The 340th Flying Training Group held its December mandatory unit training Assembly (MUTA) at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, on Dec. 1-2.During the MUTA Col. Roger Suro, 340th Flying Training Group commander, presented an overview of his leadership vision, key strategic priorities and a review of the results of the latest climate survey. He
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2016
Lt. Col. Jason Cashman (right) accepts the 70 FTS guidon from Col. Roger Suro, Commander of the 340th Flying Training Group, Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph-Texas during the Change of Command Ceremony Dec. 1 at the U.S. Air Force Academy. These ceremonies represent the formal passing of responsibility, authority and accountability of command from one officer to another. (U.S. Air Force photo). Cashman takes command of 70th Flying Training Squadron
Lt. Col. Jason Cashman assumed command of the 70th Flying Training Squadron from Col. Michael Vanzo during a change of command ceremony held at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colo., December 1, 2016.Cashman was previously the 340th Flying Training Group director of training and acting director of operations at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph. As the
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2016
Col. Roger Suro, 340th Flying Training Group commander, speaks with Dr. Jim Antenen, Wayland Baptist University dean, during the Chamber of Schertz-Cibolo-Selma monthly Military Affairs Committee luncheon at the Schertz Civic Center in Schertz, Texas, Dec. 6. Col. Suro was recognized as the Chamber’s “Hidden Hero” for December. The 340 FTG, located at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, supports Air Education and Training Command’s specialized undergraduate pilot training, joint primary pilot training, pilot instructor training, introduction to fighter fundamentals, Euro-NATO joint jet pilot training, basic military training and the Air Force Academy’s Airmanship Programs. The 340th FTG is the largest flying group in the Air Force, consisting of 425 instructor pilots assigned to six squadrons. Instructors fly a variety of aircraft, including the T-1A Jayhawk, T-6A Texan II, T-38 Talon,T-41A Mescalero, T-51A, T-52A, T-53, TG-15/TG-16 gliders, and UV-18B Twin Otter. There are openings with the 340th for traditional Reserve and active Guard and Reserve instructor pilots and jumpmasters. (Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Ave Young, 502nd Air Base Wing Public Affairs). 340th Flying Training Group commander named Chamber of Schertz-Cibolo-Selma December "Hidden Hero"
1st photo - Col. Roger Suro, 340th Flying Training Group commander, speaks with Dr. Jim Antenen, Wayland Baptist University dean, during the Chamber of Schertz-Cibolo-Selma monthly Military Affairs Committee luncheon at the Schertz Civic Center in Schertz, Texas, Dec. 6. Col. Suro was recognized as the Chamber’s “Hidden Hero” for December.  The
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2016
Master Sgt. Darnell Johnson, 512th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, shakes hands with Col. Scott D. Durham, 512th Airlift Wing commander, during the wing's Community College of the Air Force graduation ceremony Dec. 3, 2016, Dover Air Force Base, Del. The wing surpassed their goal of awarding 100 CCAF degrees during the year and awarded 109 degrees. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Staff Sgt. Renee Jackson) Reserve wing breaks graduation record
The 512th Force Support Squadron’s Education and Training Office presented 109 Community College of the Air Force degrees to Airmen from more than 30 career fields during their graduation ceremony Dec. 3 at the base theater here.
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2016
Master Sgt. Darnell Johnson, 512th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, shakes hands with Col. Scott D. Durham, 512th Airlift Wing commander, during the wing's Community College of the Air Force graduation ceremony Dec. 3, 2016, Dover Air Force Base, Del. The wing surpassed their goal of awarding 100 CCAF degrees during the year and awarded 109 degrees. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Staff Sgt. Renee Jackson) Reserve wing breaks graduation record
The 512th Force Support Squadron’s Education and Training Office presented 109 Community College of the Air Force degrees to Airmen from more than 30 career fields during their graduation ceremony Dec. 3 at the base theater here.
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2016
Petty Officer 1st Class Derrick Charles, Naval Training Support Center instructor, tests the grip strength of Johnathan Cristol, World Policy Institute fellow, during an occupational therapy demonstration at the Medical Education and Training Campus Nov. 30, 2016 at Joint Base San Antonio-Ft. Sam Houston, Texas. The civic leaders also toured a C-5M Super Galaxy aircraft, the Medical Training and Education Campus at Joint Base San Antonio-Ft. Sam Houston, and the Center for the Intrepid. (U.S. Air Force photo by Benjamin Faske) New Jersey civic leaders visit Military City USA
The 433rd Airlift Wing hosted nearly 30 civic leaders with the Air Force Reserve Command’s 514th Air Mobility Wing from Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, Nov. 29-30, 2016 here. The tour allowed civic leaders the opportunity to see the C-5 mission as well as the medical training facilities at JBSA-Ft. Sam Houston.      The civic leaders
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