HomeNewsFeatures

Feature Search

  • General officer support staff course graduates first class

    The I.G. Brown Training and Education Center and visiting officials said today that 71 Soldiers, Airmen and civilians assigned to general officers in 35 states, territories and the District of Columbia graduated Aug. 20, from the National Guard's first General Officer Support Staff Course.The General Officer Support Staff Course includes a series
  • For a retired colonel, the NCOA Hall of Fame

    The umpteenth time that he drove here to the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center, retired Col. Edmund C. Morrisey arrived early to exercise among the other retirees and Airmen in Wilson Hall. He parked in his usual parking spot and wished good mornings to passersby.The 86-year-old Morrisey then walked on the treadmill, pulled on the rowing
  • Airmen surpass in blood, dollars, support into East Tennessee

    If you ask about the military, there is a good chance someone from East Tennessee will know of an Airman.When combined, the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center's student and staff volunteer hours here more than likely surpass most organizations across the Air National Guard, said its officials recently.That is partly due to the hundreds of Air
  • EPME instructors prepare for the broadcast desk

    Broadcasting television may be more the job of a production company than the National Guard, but the Air National Guard's ability to telecast enlisted professional military education here is vital to its distance-learning mission. That is why Master Sgt. Clifton Boswell from the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center evaluated Airmen's ability to
  • Inn's manager, TEC commander praise housekeepers

    Residents at the McGhee Tyson Inn here can be proud of their housekeepers, said base officials recently.The new hospitality manager for the base's lodging facility recently praised her staff for their "great work" and invited public affairs from the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center to share an inside look."They do a lot," said Abby
  • Educational resources manager explains it all, with analogy

    The I.G. Brown Training and Education Center here offers more than enlisted professional military education. Its conferences, professional and continuing education, and network productions draw thousands on campus, annually.Master Sgt. Stephen Fraley, TEC's manager of educational resources and administrative operations, handled them all well
  • Record size ALS allows Michigan Airmen, others to gain leadership

    Twelve Michigan Air National Guard Airmen were preparing today to graduate Airman Leadership School at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center next week, after linking up with 225 other Airmen to strengthen their leadership skills. The 127th Wing's Airmen were students of the TEC's Satellite ALS, and will be among the largest single graduating
  • Air Guard's 'Band of the South' ready for summer performances

    The Air National Guard's foremost Band of the South - its 41 musicians - were at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center here May 28 ready to kick off a fresh and tuneful summer tour.It was a final, full practice session in Wilson Hall before nearly a dozen shows. "The Air National Guard's bands have new performances ... taking audiences
  • National Guard's satellite EPME offered in Kansas

    Education and Training Officials announced recently that the Air National Guard's Satellite Airman Leadership School should be offered here in 2015.The 184th Intelligence Wing's announcement comes after establishing Satellite NCO Academy, about a year ago, through the Paul H. Lankford Enlisted Professional Military Education Center, at the I.G
  • What does it mean to be spiritual?

    When talking about spirituality and what it means to him, Chaplain Lt. Col. Ira S. Campbell here at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center is reminded of his time serving in Germany at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, where he met with wounded U.S. Soldiers from Afghanistan and Iraq.During group sessions, he would typically ask Soldiers to
RSS