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Maj. Gen. James B. Hecker, 19th Air Force commander, addresses the crowd during the 12th Flying Training Wing assumption of command ceremony, June 30, 2016 at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas. The 12th FTW is responsible for pilot instructor training, combat systems officer training, remotely piloted aircraft pilot indoctrination and basic sensor operator qualification. The wing manages all airmanship programs for U.S. Air Force Academy cadets, and introductory fIight screening for all Air Force officers scheduled to enter pilot, combat systems officer or remotely piloted aircraft training. The wing also hosts an Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals Program and conducts electronic warfare training for the U.S. Air Force and multi-national forces. 12th FTW welcomes new commander
A native Texan assumed command of the 12th Flying Training Wing during a ceremony in Hangar 41 at Joint Base San Antonio Randolph June 30. Col. Joel L. Carey received the unit’s guidon from Maj. Gen. James B. Hecker, the 19th Air Force commander, on a stage while hundreds of Airmen, family members, and community leaders watched. In his remarks,
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Technical Sergeant Gilberto Hernandez, (right) 340th Flying Training Group, non-commissioned officer of the year, briefs Major Thallas Lumpkin, June 15, at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph. Hernandez was announced as the Air Force Reserve Command’s Outstanding NCO of the Year for 2015 at a banquet April 16 in Jacksonville, Fla., and he advances to represent the command in the competition for Air Force Outstanding Airman of the Year honors. Budget analyst earns AFRC’s Outstanding NCO honor
Tech. Sgt. Gilberto Hernandez, 340th Flying Training Groupbudget analyst, may have been the most surprised person in the room when hereceived one of the Air Force Reserve Command’s most prestigious awards inApril.“I was shocked that I won,” he said. “I never shook so manyhands in my life.”Hernandez, 340th FTG financial management budget analyst,who
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Maj. Brandon LaValley, Air Reserve technician and assistant flight commander with the 39th Flying Training Squadron, won the Air Education and Training Command Flying Training Civilian Instructor of the Year award for 2015. Air Reserve technician named AETC civilian instructor of the year
Maj. Brandon LaValley had a big surprise April 1 and itwasn’t an April Fool’s Day trick played by the gathering of fellow Airmen fromthe AETC, 340th Flying Training Group, 39th Flying Training Squadron, and 435thFighter Training Squadron at the 435th’s hangar on Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph.LaValley, an Air Reserve technician and assistant
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