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  • Air Guard announces SUPER-SIZED leadership school

    The Air National Guard’s training and education center in East Tennessee has scheduled a super-sized Airman Leadership School class, starting in early July and running through the first week of August.
  • Training center recipient of total force award

    The Air National Guard’s I.G. Brown Training and Education Center was honored May 11 by the Air Force Association with its Total Force Team Award.
  • Airman highlights leadership school options

    He had considered his ALS options and decided that he wanted the in-resident credit because of its higher regard, so correspondence was not his top choice, but the five-week school was also too much time away from his obligations.
  • Williams, Brentwood, Russell quarterly awardees

    Three Airmen were recently announced as the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center's outstanding senior noncommissioned officer, noncommissioned officer and civilian for the fourth quarter, 2017.
  • Ex-POWs give perspective to EPME

    Retired Air Force Capt. William A. Robinson told his service story as an ex-POW to Airman leadership school today as he did many times before.
  • National Guard generals cut ribbon to Craig R. McKinley Hall

    Hundreds of people, including the National Guard's senior leadership, past and present, gathered here under the summer sun July 27 to dedicate a lasting tribute to retired Air Force Gen. Craig R. McKinley, the 26th Chief of the National Guard Bureau.
  • ANG’s bullet-writing instructors booked, arrive to full classrooms

    Maryland’s Airmen at the 175th Wing are the latest to get a lesson in bullet writing, with hopes for well written performance reports, thanks in part to the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center.