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  • 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

  • TEC 2013: 'A lot of training and education'

    The I.G. Brown Training and Education Center (TEC) spent much of the year training record numbers of students, bringing new value to distance learning and conferencing, hosting international and special guests, and celebrating 45 years of professional military education (PME). Instructors were busy,

  • Stoudt to look after Paul H. Lankford Enlisted PME Center

    As the 13th Commandant of the Air National Guard's premier center for enlisted professional military education, Chief Master Sgt. Thomas K. Stoudt now has a huge responsibility to prepare thousands of future Total Air Force leaders, said officials.Stoudt became Commandant of the Paul H. Lankford

  • Guard's learning centers add value through connections

    U.S. Air Force Maj. Gabe Johnson gave a professional development seminar here recently on personal accountability, and although the lesson was of the quality expected from the Air National Guard's premier training and education center, it was how it was sent and who watched it that was notable. "The

  • Bulgarian students among TEC's latest graduates

    The Paul H. Lankford EPME Center, a division of The I.G. Brown Training and Education Center graduated its first Bulgarian students in a ceremony attended by Tennessee National Guard senior leaders and international guests.Two Bulgarian air force members completed leadership education here through

  • 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