• SPINSTRA 3D prints medical supplies

    The 312th Training Squadron’s Special Instruments Training course instructors have begun using their skills to 3D print prototypes to supply the medical facilities in the area with N95 face masks and face shields.
  • Training the MacGyvers of the Air Force

    Spinstra, or Special Instrument Training, has moved out of the Brandenburg Hall to join the 312th Training Squadron, at the Louis F. Garland Department of Defense Fire Academy, giving them more room and opportunity to train the 9S100s, Scientific Application Specialists.
  • NASIC members visit Goodfellow

    Goodfellow hosted and presented to members of The National Air and Space Intelligence Center how we support NASIC’s mission in an Air Education and Training Command environment. NASIC is the Department of Defense’s primary source for foreign air and space threat analysis. They are also the Air Force’s service intelligence center, the nation’s air and space intelligence center, and an operational hub for the Air Force intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance enterprise.
  • SPINSTRA visits National Weather Service

    Students of the 312th Training Squadron special instruments training, visited the National Weather Service in San Angelo, Texas, Nov. 7. SPINSTRA students toured the NWS building to receive hands-on demonstrations of the Doppler radar housed there. Students were able to examine live readings and get a breakdown of previous storms and what the