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  • BMT graduation restarts tradition, returns to parade field

    Over 670 Airmen, as well as their military training instructors, restarted a basic military training graduation tradition June 9. For the first time in 825 days, graduation returned to the Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Parade Field.

  • AFRC A3 director visits 340th FTG

    Brig. Gen. D. Scott Durham (right), director of Air, Space, and Information Operations for Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command, receives a mission briefing from Col. Kyle Goldstein, 340th Flying Training Group commander, during a visit to Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph on June 6, 2022.

  • 433rd TRS Raiders welcome unit’s first commander, alumni

    As part of Military Appreciation Month, the 433rd Training Squadron hosted three alumni May 16, 2022, at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, who not only help stand up the unit but helped shape the identity it still carries to this day.

  • First T-7A Red Hawk rolls out

    The first T-7A Red Hawk training aircraft rolled off the production line at the Boeing Defense, Space & Security building at Lambert International Airport.

  • South Texas Reserve units participate in 2022 Flambeau Parade

    Reserve Citizen Airmen with the 433rd Airlift Wing, 960th Cyberspace Wing, 340th Flying Training Group and 23rd Intelligence Squadron participated in San Antonio’s 74th annual Fiesta Flambeau parade, the largest illuminated night parade in the United States according to the official Flambeau

  • Operation Homefront recognizes 2022 AF Military Child of the Year

    Each April the Department of Defense celebrates Month of the Military Child to recognize the children of all service members and veterans. Along with that celebration, Operation Homefront hosts an annual awards gala recognizing eight outstanding young people ages 13 to 18 from each branch of the

  • McKee assumes command of 43rd FTS

    Col. Kyle Goldstein, 340th Flying Training Group commander, presided over a change of command ceremony where Lt. Col. David Easterling relinquished command of the 43rd Flying Training Squadron to Lt. Col. Anthony McKee on April 8, 2022, at Columbus Air Force Base, Miss.

  • 340th FTG hosts spring commander's summit, MUTA

    The 340th Flying Training Group hosted a packed week of professional development and annual training events March 28-April 1, 2022, for all 340th FTG personnel and squadron leadership.

  • 340th FTG welcomes new commander

    Col. Kyle Goldstein assumed command of the 340th Flying Training Group from Col. Michael Vanzo during a change of command ceremony Mar. 31, 2022, at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, officiated by Maj. Gen. Bret C. Larson, 22nd Air Force commander.

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