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  • Air Guard's 'crown jewel,' TEC celebrates 45 years

    The I.G. Brown Training and Education Center marked its 45th anniversary June 21 of professional military education which serves all of the nation's Air National Guard units as well as the total U.S. Air Force, government agencies and international partners.Past and current staff and instructors as well as alumni gathered at Spruance Hall where
  • TEC identifies Lankford Center Airmen as 'outstanding'

    Three Airmen were recently selected as the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center's outstanding Senior Noncommissioned Officer, NCO and Airman of the Calendar Year 2013, Second Quarter.The winners were announced June 20 in an email by TEC Commander, Col. Timothy J. Cathcart."Please join me in congratulating these outstanding Airmen!" wrote
  • TEC campus building honors 'Wingman' spirit

    One of the newer buildings on the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center's campus here was named after the Air Force's most rooted word for bonding and resilience in a June 21 ceremony.Officials named Building 401 "Wingman Hall" and branded its street side brick wall in those bold, grey letters. "... it is fitting that this building be so named,
  • Air Guard acts, releases EPR training video

    Instructors turned actors are showing Airmen the value of the enlisted performance report (EPR) and how to write them in a new training video on its best practice.At the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center here recently, the instructors worked with broadcast and education experts to act out the results of good and bad EPRs.They said they saw
  • Photo Slideshow: The I.G. Brown TEC celebrates 45 years

    The I.G. Brown Training and Education Center marks its 45th anniversary this month of professional military education which serves all of the nation's Air National Guard units as well as the total U.S. Air Force. Our history room here is chock full of photos, memorabilla and awards, from the start of our first Noncommissioned Officer Academy class
  • TEC's instructor certification hits the road

    The I.G. Brown Training and Education Center here recently held classes on the road to help meet a growing demand for military instructors.Fifteen students attended the Instructor Certification Program (ICP) in Massachusetts.ICP is a two-week, intensive course that prepares instructors to develop lesson plans, analyze student needs and give
  • Photo Slideshow: Retreat and graduation

    Students assembled for a retreat ceremony at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center and  graduated from U.S. Air Force Airman Leadership School and Noncommissioned Officer Academy May 23, thier final day of assignment with the Paul H. Lankford Enlisted Professional Military Education Center. U.S. Air National guard photos by Master Sgt. Kurt
  • Future enlisted leaders graduate to shape U.S. Air Force

    Graduating students of U.S. Air Force Airman Leadership School and Noncommissioned Officer Academy took hold of diplomas here May 23 as loud applause approved their ability to bring new leadership to the field.What they learned would certainly steer the service's future, officials said."The one thing that you can do for us is to care about your
  • Airman Leadership distance course marks change, release

    Officials at the Thomas N. Barnes Center for Enlisted Education announced the release today, May 1, of a new version of the Airman Leadership Distance Learning Course (ALDLC) entitled, "Course 00003." The course is used by Air National Guard members for distance learning of the normally in-resident instructed Airman Leadership School, which is a
  • Here's a kick ... Ahem ... some tips for enlisted advancement

    Does it require too much of a kick to advance as a service member? Does the thought of electronic career development courses (e-CDC) and professional military education (PME) study outside the base gate seem unmanageable? Instructors here at the Paul H. Lankford Enlisted Professional Military Education Center have some tips.Family, jobs,
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