PEC visits TEC
/ Published June 20, 2012
McGHEE TYSON AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Tenn. --
Leadership from the Lavern E. Weber National Guard Bureau Professional Education Center (PEC) visited the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center here on June 20, to explore opportunities for collaboration between the Army and Air National Guard training centers.
The PEC is the Army National Guard's version of the Training and Education Center. It is located at Camp Robinson, in Little Rock, Ark., on a sprawling 75-acre campus consisting of 25 buildings. It has a staff of approximately 420 military and civilian contractor personnel who provide instruction to over 20,000 members of the military each year. They also manage a conference center and host over 5,000 conferees annually.
Members of PEC's leadership team spent the day on a whirlwind tour of the Training and Education Center where they received informative briefings and toured the campus. During the visit, lessons learned were shared; training, planning and registration issues were discussed; and similarities between the organizations were explored.