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  • Van Weezendonk assumes command of 96th Flying Training Squadron

    Lt. Col. Christine van Weezendonk assumed command of the 96th Flying Training Squadron from Col. James Browning at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, on May 5 during a ceremony officiated by Col. Kyle Goldstein, 340th Flying Training Group commander.

  • Coburn takes command of 22nd Air Force

    Brig. Gen. Melissa A. Coburn received command of 22nd Air Force from Air Force Reserve Commander and Chief of the Air Force Reserve Lt. Gen. John P Healy, during a change of command ceremony at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Georgia, April 2, 2023.

  • 340th FTG conducts natural disaster response exercise

    The 340th Flying Training Group conducted a natural disaster response exercise in conjunction with Joint Base San Antonio Mar. 29, 2023, consisting of exercise weather messages and a natural disaster response exercise, or NDRE, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., throughout JBSA.

  • Four of a kind

    Instructor Pilots with the 340th Flying Training Group, 39th Flying Training Squadron, and 559th Flying Training Squadron flew a T-6 Texan II four-ship formation on Mar. 23, 2023, over Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas. The sortie also marked the final flight of Lt. Col. Mark Pasierb, former

  • Mitchell assumes command of UFT

    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. Mitchell is now

  • 433rd Training Squadron: End of an ERA

    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

  • 340th FTG welcomes new honorary commanders

    The 340th Flying Training Group revitalized its honorary commander program, inducting three local civic leaders during a Dec. 12 ceremony here to serve as honorary commanders for the headquarters and the group’s two Joint Base San Antonio, Texas squadrons: the 39th Flying Training Squadron and the

  • Straw assumes command of 5th FTS

    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, Okla.

340th FTG Units

340th Flying Training Group
Toll Free: 1-888-340-1612
DSN 487-1612

5th Flying Training Squadron - Vance AFB, Oklahoma.
Toll Free: 1-888-781-5387
DSN 448-7700

39th FTS - Randolph AFB, Texas
Toll Free: 1-877-720-9899
DSN 487-7120

43d FTS - Columbus AFB, Mississippi
Toll Free: 1-877-281-1482
DSN 742-3571

70th Flight Training Squadron - USAFA, Colorado.
Comm. 1-719-333-9309
DSN 333-9309

96th FTS - Laughlin AFB, Texas
Toll Free: 1-800-425-3080
DSN 732-9600

97th FTS - Sheppard AFB, Texas
Toll Free: 1-877-338-4538
DSN 736-8414

433rd Training Squadron - JBSA Lackland, Texas
Comm: 210-671-7589/2410
DSN 473-7589/2410