• 96th Flying Training Squadron welcomes new commander

    96th Flying Training Squadron Airmen bid farewell to Lt. Col. Christine Van Weezendonk and welcomed the new commander, Lt. Col. Andrew Calhoun, during a change of command ceremony here, May 10, 2024. Col. Michael McMillan, 340th Flying Training Group director of operations, presided over the

  • Rothe assumes command of 70th FTS

    Lt. Col. Christopher Rothe assumed command of the 70th Flying Training Squadron from Lt. Col. James Morgan on May 8, 2024, during a ceremony held at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo. Col. Amy Lewis, 340th Flying Training Group commander, officiated the change of command ceremony.

  • Johnston assumes command of 39th FTS

    Lt. Col. Phillip Johnston assumed command of the 39th Flying Training Squadron from Lt. Col. Thad Reddick on May 3, 2024, during a ceremony held at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas. Col. Amy Lewis, 340th Flying Training Group commander, officiated the change of command ceremony.

  • Local San Antonio honorary commanders take flight

    On April 26, 2024, a significant milestone was reached in a series of military experiences facilitated through the 340th Flying Training Group Honorary Commander program. Three honorary commanders had the unique opportunity to participate in a T-38C Talon familiarization flight.

  • Hopper assumes command of 5th FTS

    Col. Amy Lewis, 340th Flying Training Group commander, presided over a ceremony where Lt. Col. Christina Hopper assumed command of the 5th Flying Training Squadron from Lt. Col. Anthony Straw on Apr. 18, 2024, at Vance Air Force Base, Okla.

  • 340th FTG hosts week-long enlisted summit

    More than 100 enlisted personnel from the 340th Flying Training Group and its seven geographically separated units gathered to attend the 340th FTG Enlisted Summit April 2-5, 2024.

  • Three AF Reserve instructor pilots surpass 3,000 flight hour milestone

    Reaching an aviation milestone usually doesn't come easy for one pilot during their career, let alone three pilots around the same time. At Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, three Air Force Reserve instructor pilots assigned to the 39th Flying Training Squadron did just that by each exceeding

  • 97th FTS welcomes new commander, celebrates 25th anniversary

    In conjunction with the 75th anniversary of the U.S. Air Force Reserves, the 97th Flying Training Squadron “Devil Cats” decided to host a packed week of events celebrating its 25th anniversary, which included a fini-flight, a heritage flight, unit training assembly, and change of command, Oct.

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