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  • Airman captures images of EPME studies

    Tech. Sgt. Lakisha Croley from the 1st Combat Camera Squadron is putting together her photo album on what she did this summer: Noncommissioned Officer Academy.Croley is an active duty Air Force photographer assigned at Joint Base Charleston in South Carolina. For the last six weeks she studied leadership here at the I.G. Brown Training and
  • Lankford Center Airmen rise in recognition

    Their recognition as top Airmen here this quarter recently rose above the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center to recognition as top Airmen serving for the Air National Guard Readiness Center.All three of the TEC's current Airmen of the Quarter were recently recognized as the ANGRC's Senior Noncommissioned Officer, NCO and Airman of the
  • Broadcasters reel in TEC's Smoky Short Course

    When Air National Guard broadcasters are not knocking out ancillary training or attending to readiness requirements, their weekend unit training assemblies occasionally call for them to develop news stories.To help ensure they produce professional work, the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center recently offered the Smoky Short Course, with all
  • Lankford Center brings ALS to Indiana

    Airman Leadership School is considered a milestone for most enlisted Air Force members as it serves as a preparatory transition from airmen to noncommissioned officer ranks.Students from several bases and instructors from the Paul H. Lankford Enlisted Professional Military Education Center at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Tenn., descended
  • New ‘Shirt’ brings some daring

    Talk about situational awareness, following standards and calm professionalism, and Senior Master Sgt. Marcy Broadway's rather daring experiences have those valuable traits that are looked-for in a First Sergeant.There are the 38 times that she jumped out of an airplane, sometimes packing the very essential parachute herself, sometimes trusting
  • Photo Slideshow: Flag duty

    Every six months, Airmen from the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center meet on the parade ground here to take down and replace the worn flags of the nation's states and territories. Which way goes up on some flags, what state it represents and what flag goes on what pole in the order of statehood is not always so clear, but they said it's an
  • TEC joins forces to address sexual assault

    Air National Guard members from the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center and the 134th Air Refueling Wing here joined with area sexual assault program managers July 17 for their ongoing effort to help eliminate sexual assault from the armed forces. "The TEC takes the Secretary of Defense's commitment to eliminate sexual assault extremely
  • At Public Affairs course, knowledge sharing, not just lessons

    It was seven years ago when the Air Force's Chief of Staff, Gen. T. Michael Moseley, directed the merger of multimedia and public affairs Airmen, and it has taken those years to bring their super-offices for media/community relations, news, data and images to fruition. Today, still deep in the fight, Airmen are re-thinking their communications
  • Photo Slideshow: Civil Air Patrol training

    Nearly two dozen Southeast Region, Civil Air Patrol leaders, pilots and cadets attended 18 lessons in 24 hours of instruction at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center July 1 - 5 as part of their Cadet Leadership School and Staff College. The CAP is the official civilian auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force and provides important emergency
  • ADL creator adds to Air Force's e-learning

    Learning. For John Hawk it often starts here with someone needing to train thousands of Airmen as effective and easy and economical as possible.Hawk is the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center's creator of Advanced Distributive Learning products for the Air National Guard. He sorts though loads of data, ideas, requirements and graphics to