Laughlin aims to improve ATC training through AFSO21

LAUGHLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Texas – Chief Master Sgt. Daryl Grant, 47th Operations Group briefs his boss, Col. Martin Schans, 47th Operations Group commander and members of Team XL during an AFSO21 event at Laughlin. The goal of the Oct. 27-31 event was to lower the time it takes to train an Air Traffic Controller from 15 months to between six and nine months. AFSO21 is a set of tools used to provide a standard Air Force approach to continuously improve all processes that employ AF capabilities to deliver required effects, develop a culture which promotes elimination of waste and ensure that all Airmen understand their role. (U.S. Air Force photo by George McKnight)

PHOTO BY: George McKnight
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