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  • General officer support staff on campus for course

    At least 54 Army and Air National Guard officers, enlisted and civilians who work regularly with high-ranking officers attended the General Officer Support Staff Course here this week at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center campus.The course's second offering included an increase in networking opportunities for the executive officers,
  • Airmen pass muster for certified instructors

    At least 23 Airmen graduated from the Instructor Certification Program here today, March 3, at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center."Congratulations to all of our graduates, in what is a challenging course," said Dustin Russell, instructional systems specialist.The program lasts two weeks, and it certifies Airmen to develop lesson plans,
  • Lone stone marks construction's progress

    A worn, POW MIA memorial stone sits just inside the north entrance to the Morrisey Hall classroom building on a rainy Wednesday at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center here Feb. 24, 2016, with the facility construction in the distance.The stone was donated by NCO academy class FY 2000-1.This entrance to the inner campus - from where
  • Photo slideshow: Boxing class

    Instructors with the Paul H. Lankford EPME Center spent an hour here, Feb. 10, punching each other, for fun.The Airmen joined in a boxing class taught by Tech. Sgt. Angelo Gomez, EPME instructor, as part of the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center's volunteer fitness classes."So far the feedback has been great, and the folks that are coming now
  • Group discussions now supplement Airman leadership distance learning course

    Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve Command Airmen preparing for the noncommissioned officer ranks at their units will understand their distance coursework better through small discussion groups, according to a new guide released here in January.The Group Discussions for Adult Learners guide asks students enrolled in the Airman Leadership
  • 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