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  • Two civilians, two Airmen year's top TEC staff

    The Commander of the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center announced here Feb. 4 the organization's top NCO, senior NCO and civilians for 2015."Please join me in congratulating these outstanding Airmen," said Col. Jessica Meyeraan, in an email. "Their contributions are worthy of distinction." The TEC recognizes its top performers each year from
  • 4th-quarter awardees announced at the TEC

    Senior Master Sgt. William Britt and Tech. Sgt. Timothy Fry earned recognition as the senior NCO and NCO for the fourth quarter, respectively, said the commander here in a Jan. 6 announcement."Please join me in congratulating these high-quality Airmen," said Col. Jessica Meyeraan, in a campus-wide email."Their performance is inspiring and their
  • TEC 2016: the EPME 'Year of the Student'

    Reviewing 2015, the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center met challenges in professional military education, welcomed new staff members including its Commandant, and set the bar through award-winning service, course offerings and rising infrastructure.The TEC's staff gained top awards and recognition with seven Air National Guard Readiness
  • A year in photos at the TEC

    2015 here was marked by construction.What started as a dirt patch and some excavation on New Year's Day overtook the campus background through each reveille and retreat ceremony. Most would agree that the progress of the new facility was the one consistent memory you could share about this year at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center. The
  • TEC Airmen sweep readiness center awards

    The Air National Guard Readiness Center praised six I.G. Brown Training and Education Center Airmen as its top performers in the second and third calendar quarters during a Dec. 15 awards ceremony on Joint Base Andrews in Maryland.ANGRC Second Quarter Outstanding AirmenThe ANGRC Senior Noncommissioned Officer of the Second Quarter is Senior Master
  • Photo slideshow: Chili cook off warms up Holiday Party

    Members of the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center came together recently for a friendly chili cook off as a fundraiser for the unit Holiday Party.Members submitted 12 entries, ranging from vegetarian to spicy chicken and everything in between. After the staff voting was tabulated, Master Sgt. Don Pierson's chili was declared best chili of the
  • Photo slideshow: Lunch on Rocky Top

    Students in the Air Force's NCO academy class at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center ate lunch here Nov. 10 at the base dining facility, like any other class day: Up on Rocky Top.Located a short walk from the TEC's classrooms, and above the 134th Air Refueling Wing's medical squadron, base personnel call it the Rocky Top for its view of
  • TEC cites energy efficiency

    As Energy Action Month closes this week, staff and students at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center here can continue to improve their energy efficiency by simply flipping a switch to off, said national and local officials.The federal government observed the special month to help decrease its energy use. The Air Force consumed $9 billion in
  • Vitzthum Hall honors heritage, traditions of chief's legacy

    Retired Chief Master Sgt. George A. Vitzthum never cut ties to the Air National Guard detachment where he oversaw service member's education, and now the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center secured his memory on campus.The TEC dedicated a dormitory building in Vitzthum's honor here Oct 8 with a ceremony in Wilson Hall.The dedication included
  • Airmen of quarter overcome adversity, help youth, lead others

    An award review board and the commander at I.G. Brown Training and Education Center recently selected three Airmen here as the Air National Guard Readiness Center, Detachment 10, third quarter awardees.The Senior NCO, NCO, and civilian of the quarter learned of their selections when Col. Jessica Meyeraan, commander, announced them in a staff-wide