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  • TEC cyber cafes offer computers, work space

    Airman Leadership School and NCO Academy students as well as Professional and Continuing Education students and conferees will enjoy greater computer access and work space, said officials here with the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center.Master Sgt. Charles Hoover, Cyber Operations manager, and Master Sgt. Raymond Harris, Cyber Operations
  • Short-term instructors encourage students, climb mountain

    Two enlisted professional military education instructors from the regular Air Force graduated two NCO Academy flights here Oct. 9, through temporary duty assignment at the Paul H. Lankford Enlisted PME Center.Master Sgt. Jason Ramon and Tech. Sgt. Michael Hubbard served on short-term duty with the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center.The TEC's
  • Photo slideshow: Students interview for EPME awards

    When talking one-on-one with the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center's top enlisted leader here Oct. 6, Leadership Award and Commandant Award nominees preserved their sangfroid and showed their best military bearing.Four Airman Leadership School students and 4 NCO Academy students interviewed with Chief Master Sgt. Thomas "TK" Stoudt,
  • Instructor certification joins Arkansas Airmen

    Tammie Smeltzer, Master Sgt. Bill Conner and Master Sgt. Clifton J. Boswell with the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center's Professional and Continuing Education office here took their training to Arkansas last week for the Instructor Certification Program.The program is a two-week, intensive course that certifies satellite education
  • Two active duty instructors are TEC's quarterly Airmen

    Two Airmen assigned here from the regular Air Force were announced Sept. 24 as the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center's Senior Noncommissioned Officer and Noncommissioned Officer of the Quarter, respectively, for the calendar year, covering July to September.Both individuals work at the Paul H. Lankford Enlisted Professional Military
  • Seminar, campus support Air War College officers

    The I.G. Brown Training and Education Center recently hosted more than 60 Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve Command officers here, August 18 to 29, who participated in the Air War College Air Reserve Component Seminar.The seminar was a non-resident, professional military education opportunity that provided an in-resident experience to those
  • Construction comes to campus at the I.G. Brown TEC

    With a buzz, rumble and clang of construction noise, the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center's project here for a new facility became apparent this week, with only a few days' work now altering the entire campus.The I.G. Brown Training and Education Center officially broke ground August 14 on a new 46,871 square-foot mixed-use facility.The
  • TEC called 'innovator' in distance learning

    The Federal Government Distance Learning Association (FGDLA) recently recognized the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center as an "innovator in distance learning."The TEC received the FGDLA 2014 Innovation Award.The award recognizes an organization for "demonstrating leadership in the development of emerging distance learning technologies
  • Photo slideshow: Students served 'Blue Plate Special'

    Public Affairs professionals and wing executive officers from multiple states attended the Air National Guard Public Affairs Managers Course here July 21 - August 1 to learn from the best in military public affairs practices. That included guest speakers from the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center, the Pentagon and the National Guard Bureau.
  • Air Guard percussionist taps out after 24-year performance

    A typical annual training, or A.T. day, has different definitions for nearly every member of the Air National Guard. The definition for the Air National Guard Band of the South on July 3 was a two-hour road trip that started at 5 a.m. However, for one band member it was a ride to his farewell performance.After 24 years in team harmony with military