Air Force Reserve component members representing eight countries attended IJOLD 2019 in Canberra, Australia, Aug. 4-10, 2019. The course, led by the Royal Australian Air Force Reserve, facilitated discussions on leadership and decision making processes in an effort to facilitate future mission success in a coalition environment. (Courtesy photo)
27 group, squadron majors selected for promotion
Master Sgt. Melissa Erwin and Anthoney Smith, 340th Flying Training Group, volunteered a few hours last week to paint dog kennels at the Humane Society of New Braunfels Area shelter in New Braunfels, Texas. (U.S. Air Force photo)
Lt. Col. Paul Farlow 43rd Flying Training Squadron, Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi (U.S. Air Force Photo)
Lt. Col. Samuel Moore (blue shirt) and Tech. Sgt. Christian Delgado from the 340th Flying Training Group headquarters, help prepare sandwiches for nearly 1,000 lunches that will be provided to food insecure children in the San Antonio multi-county region. Group members volunteered July 12 to support the San Antonio Food Bank’s Million Summer Meals for Kids campaign focused on bridging the gap during the summer months, when many kids may not have regular access to food. (U.S. Air Force photo by Debbie Gildea)

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The 340th Flying Training Group headquartered at Joint Base San Antonio, 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 TrainingBasic Military Training and the United States Air Force Academy's Airmanship Programs.

The 340th is the largest flying group in the Air Force, consisting of 425 instructor pilots assigned to six squadrons at
Vance AFBJoint Base San Antonio Columbus AFBLaughlin AFBSheppard AFB, and USAFA. Instructors are vital to one of the most rewarding missions in military flying -- training and mentoring the next generation of Air Force officers and pilots.

Instructors fly a variety of aircraft, including the 
T-1A JayhawkT-6A Texan IIT-38 TalonT-41A, T-51A, T-52A, 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.

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