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  • CAP's training benefits with Total Air Force instructors, campus

    The U.S. Civil Air Patrol adds value to the Air Force's integrated missions, and its training benefits from reciprocal help and support, a top CAP official said during a training event at the Air Force's largest EMPE center.CAP Lt. Col. Dent Young, director of the CAP Southeast Region Staff College, spoke June 4 during the CAP's school for senior
  • Meyeraan takes command of I.G. Brown Training and Education Center

    Col. Jessica Meyeraan took charge of the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center today during a change-of-command ceremony on campus here, calling transformation and balance the themes of her command. "As your 12th commander I am committed to helping you be the best," Meyeraan told a gathering of Airmen and distinguished visitors inside Spruance
  • Airmen, Drosendahl stones memorialize TEC graduates' sacrifices

    Airmen from the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center took a moment here May 21 to recognize the TEC's Academy of Military Science and the Enlisted Professional Military Education graduates who died in service to the nation.They placed small American flags as well as red, white and blue annuals at the foot of the Drosendahl Memorial.The TEC's
  • Photo slideshow: B-flight gets outdoors

    Tech. Sgt. Donald O. Noel, an instructor for NCO Academy class 14-5, took his B-flight students outside Friday, May 9 for some lessons in the fresh air near the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center's Morrisey Hall classroom building. Among other topics, Noel and his students discussed social media do's and don't's in the military. The TEC's
  • TEC closes Sexual Assault Awareness Month with kid gloves

    It was called by one attendee a "difficult thing to discuss," but a community speaker and a handful of others still spoke carefully about child sexual abuse here April 30 to close Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Airmen from the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center and the 134th Air Refueling Wing were joined by the Blount County Children's
  • I.G. Brown TEC earns 10th Air Force Organizational Excellence Award

    The I.G. Brown Training and Education Center here recently earned the Air Force Organizational Excellence Award for its work in engaging, educating and inspiring leaders, and other meritorious service, from Oct. 1, 2011 to Sept. 30, 2013."Once again, the TEC team has demonstrated extraordinary excellence in achieving our mission and supporting
  • Warrior Network sites must realign satellite dishes by July 15

    The I.G. Brown Training and Education Center announced here earlier this year that Warrior Network downlink site managers must realign their satellite dishes by July 15 to receive uninterrupted broadcasts.Master Sgt. John Anderson, broadcast manager for TEC TV, said in an online video message in April that the orbital satellite migration beginning
  • TEC welcomes training symposium of 'freedom's front door'

    The I.G. Brown Training and Education Center welcomed about 150 leaders of the U.S. Military Entrance Processing Command here this week during their national training symposium.The TEC's lodging, facilities and central location provided "the most cost-effective means" for the symposium, they said. "The facility had so much to offer us," said Marine
  • Three earn quarterly TEC awards

    The Commander, I.G. Brown Training and Education Center announced April 1 the Civilian, Senior NCO and NCO of the Quarter, January to March 2014."Please join me in congratulating these Airmen on their outstanding performance, dedication to duty, and support of the TEC mission," said Col. Tim Cathcart, commander, in an email.Cat III Civilian of the
  • TEC noted in economic gains, support to East Tennessee

    The I.G. Brown Training and Education Center here was recently listed among local military units and service members who have a "major drive in the East Tennessee economy." The economic figures were reported in the Military Economic Impact Analysis for East Tennessee, prepared by the East Tennessee Military Affairs Council.The non-profit council's
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