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  • DLIELC unveils new Aviation Language Training Center

    The Defense Language Institute English Language Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland held a dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony for the new DLI Aviation Language Training Center which houses the Watkins Aviation Language Preparation Room and Sirois Aviation Simulation Lab.

  • Air Force gives family fresh start after COVID-19 crushes private business

    After years of working various jobs in the transportation industry, Richard Jimenez finally got the nerve to start his own trucking business in 2019. He thought 2020 was going to be an amazing year for his family. After the crushing loss of his business during the pandemic, Jimenez, his wife and

  • 39th FTS Cobras take over San Antonio Sky, test new pilot training syllabus

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-Randolph, Texas – The 39th Flying Training Squadron Reserve Citizen Airmen took command of San Antonio military airspace to execute a training and readiness exercise called Cobras in the Clouds Oct. 29th at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas.The exercise gave 39th FTS

  • From Cameroon to U.S. pilot; student seeks wings

    For many, becoming a pilot in the United States Air Force is a dream that can be achieved through the traditional means of commissioning, but every so often a unique story is brought to life in this process.

  • AETC commander outlines Strategic Action Plan focus area updates

    In announcing the updates to Air Education and Training Command’s Strategic Action Plan, Lt. Gen. Brad Webb, the commander of AETC and the force development commander for the Air Force, reaffirmed the First Command’s priorities, which remain fourfold:  Advance force development, Enhance lethality

  • MTI recruiter swaps campaign cover for RED HORSE cap

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-Randolph, Texas – An Air Force Reserve military training instructor and MTI recruiter swapped his campaign cover for a RED HORSE ball cap this month, and has returned to his pre-MTI career field with new tools that he'll use in the next phase of his career.In 2017, the 433rd

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