The 517th TRG hosted Foreign Language Design Sprint to discuss how best to teach their students.
Highlighting the Sharp family legacy.
Two Airmen awarded Air Force Commendation Medals for their acts of courage in providing first aid to victims of a stabbing at a local nightclub.
Firefighters participated in Blood, Sweat and Stairs to honor those involved in 9/11.
These students have worked hard for their awards.
Goodfellow AFB has an abundance of resources for individuals experiencing distress. If you need help, call (325)-654-CARE.
Firefighters participated in challenges meant honor those involved in 9/11.
"Their passion and enthusiasm for their craft are not lost on their students.”
If you’re having thoughts of harming yourself, remember “there is always hope.”
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  • Planning for the future

    Presidio of Monterey, Calif. is taking the initiative with the Foreign Language Design Sprint and digging deeper into the science of learning to help improve the way their students learn.
  • It runs in the family

    Some join the military and follow in their family’s footsteps, usually joining the same branch of service. Fewer end up in the same career field, even less are on the same base, and once in a while they happen to be in the same squadron.
  • Airmen awarded for courageous acts

    Two Airmen stationed here were awarded Air Force Commendation Medals Oct. 9, 2019, for their acts of courage in providing first aid to victims of a stabbing at a local nightclub Sept. 12, 2019.
  • Blood, Sweat, and Stairs

    The silhouette of the 90 foot tower stands tall as fire protection professionals prepare to climb
  • September Student of the Month

    The Student of the Month awards are presented by 17th Training Group leadership each month.
Members of the 312th Training Squadron participated in the annual "Blood, Sweat, and Stairs" event that commemorated firefighters who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.
If you’re having thoughts of harming yourself, remember “there is always hope.”
Goodfellow members gathered on Friday, September 27th, to "connect, grow, and go" in support of suicide prevention. #ConnectGrowGo #GoodfellowCares
The Honorary Commanders luncheon is a program that promotes public awareness of the Air Force's mission and policies. Mr. Bruce Partain, CEO of the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce, was selected based on his level of community involvement and outreach.
Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright shares his thoughts on the recent announcement of the Resilience Tactical Pause.
Goodfellow AFB has an abundance of resources for individuals experiencing distress. If you need help, call (325)-654-CARE.
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