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  • Contracting experts go live, reach nation with TEC TV studios

    ANG contracting working group hosts a live, nationwide Q&A
  • Our 'Year of the Student' closes with accomplishments

    Classrooms, coursework among other improvements for students
  • Photo slideshow: International NCOs uncover Tennessee history

    Noncommissioned officers from five nations and the United States toured Fort Loudoun State Historic Area in Vonore, Tenn., Sept. 20 as part of a cultural day.The Air National Guard's I.G. Brown Training and Education Center near Knoxville is hosting the 39 NCOs this week for the International Noncommissioned Officer Development Seminar.Their
  • International NCO seminar kicks off with U.S. Air National Guard

    Noncommissioned officers from the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, Netherlands and Switzerland kicked off the International Noncommissioned Officer Enlisted Leadership Development Seminar here Sept. 19 at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center.Col. Kevin Donovan, the TEC commander, welcomed the service members during the
  • Ankle deep

    In this week's construction photo, workers connect a walkway with poured, wet cement Sept. 14, 2016, between the new facility and the older dormitory buildings on campus at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center.Much of the walkways around the new facility are completed, with a few sections toward the student parking lot and between Spruance
  • Smoky Mountain CFC kickoff shows some love

    The Smoky Mountain Region Combined Federal Campaign kicked off its annual fund-raising drive Sept. 7 at the Tennessee Valley Authority headquarters outside Market Square in downtown Knoxville.The region's four-month drive is themed "Show Some Love," and its goal is $550,000 donated for charitable organizations, said officials. Federal employees
  • University of Tennessee kids visit Air National Guard educators

    About two dozen kids in summer camp with the University of Tennessee Junior Leadership Institute visited the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center this summer to learn more about military service.Master Sgt. Bill Conner and Tammie Seltzer with TEC's Professional Continuing Education office met the kids at the University of Tennessee for
  • General officer support staff return for third course

    Sixty-nine National Guard executive officers, administrators, enlisted aids, executives and assistants situated themselves here Aug. 30 for three days of lectures and subject expertise on the workings of general officers' roles and staffs.The I.G. Brown Training and Education Center facilitated the General Officer Support Staff Course to aid such
  • Photo slideshow: Paint crews brush up new facility

    A four-man paint crew made progress here August 25 in a hallway on the first floor of the dormitory building under construction at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center on McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base in Louisville, Tenn.The painters were busy throughout the summer.There's more than 46,000 square-feet of space to paint, and a good
  • Smoky short course meets maintainers, Knoxville firefighters

    A handful of students and instructors wrapped up the five-day Smoky Short Course in broadcasting August 19 at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center, but not before some hands-on video work, and some lighter moments, with aircraft maintainers and city firefighters."This was our second course for the year," said Master Sgt. Bill Conner,