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  • Airman's Spotlight: Col. Thatcher Cardon

    This week’s selection for the Airman’s Spotlight is Col. Thatcher Cardon, 47th Medical Group commander. Cardon discussed what he believes Air Education Training Command brings to the fight. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Airman 1st Class Benjamin N. Valmoja)
  • 19th Air Force Commander directs T-6 operational pause

    The 19th Air Force commander has issued an operational pause for all T-6 Texan II operations to ensure aircrew safety after a cluster of unexplained physiological events occurred at Columbus AFB, Mississippi, Vance AFB, Oklahoma, and Sheppard AFB, Texas within the last week.
  • Airman's Spotlight: 2nd Lt. Riley Snyder

    This is the first installment of the “Airman’s Spotlight,” a section dedicated to showcasing Laughlin’s Airmen with a prompt that they answer candidly.
  • 87 FTS: 100 years in the making

    One of the oldest squadrons in the Air Force celebrates its centennial
  • Laughlin takes part in the celebration of AETC’s 75 years

    Laughlin’s role in the Air Force and Air Education and Training Command has been one of adventure and rich history, going back to its establishment in March 3, 1943.
  • 47th Maintenance Directorate tests fix for T-6 issues

    Members from Laughlin Air Force Base's 47th Maintenance Directorate modify the T-6A Texan II aircraft to make the aircraft safer and create less wear on parts.
  • “I think we forget sometimes”

    Staff Sgt. Cody Sparks, Air Education and Training Command's Outstanding Airman of the Year, visits Capitol Hill and learns from his leaders.
  • AETC team keeps Laughlin’s student pilots on track

    A little over a month after a hail storm devastated Laughlin Air Force Base, Air Education and Training Command-wide teamwork is still apparent in recovery efforts.
  • Retired Col. Kimberly Olson: A Laughlin legacy

    Retired Air Force Col. Kimberly Olson was the first woman to attend and graduate undergraduate pilot training at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas. Due to her willingness to become a pilot, an outdated policy was changed to allow women the opportunity to apply to pilot training while in Officer Training School.
  • Laughlin’s Airmen get new kitchen

    Quality of life is improving for the enlisted dormitories undergo renovations.
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