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782nd Training Group
The 782d Training Group is the most diverse group in Air Education and Training Command, with courses in seven distinctly different career fields in four training squadrons. The 782d Training Group is also responsible for a diverse set of training to include aircraft systems and telecommunications, avionics test equipment, combat avionics, flight line training and explosive ordnance disposal. They are also responsible for electrical, fuels and mechanical training. Detachments 1, 3, and 6 are responsible for media production and interactive courseware. They boast one of the best educated workforces in the world with 94% of enlisted instructors holding at least a two-year college degree
Mission: To provide technical and military training of United States, international military, and civilian Department of Defense personnel annually in over 153 initial and advanced resident and mobile training team active courses in aircraft systems maintenance, fighter and bomber avionics maintenance, telecommunications, fuels, vehicle operations and civil engineer career fields.
- Approximately 13,000 annual graduates
- More than 100 resident and mobile courses
- Instructors, military training leaders and support staff totals approximately 800
364th Training Squadron
The 364th Training Squadron develops, conducts and evaluates technical training in fuel systems, aircraft electrical and environmental, hydraulic systems maintenance, communications cable and antenna systems, and cyber transport systems. Detachment 1 at Ft Leonard Wood Missouri provides training which includes: Vehicle Operations, Emergency Management, Engineering Assistant, Pavements and Equipment and finally Security Forces. Advanced Emergency Management training is also provided at Operating Location A, Bluemont Virginia. Finally, we provide Fuels Laboratory skills training at Operating Location B, Ft Lee Virginia. The 364th Training Squadron produces skilled and professional personnel for operational units throughout the Department of Defense.
365th Training Squadron
The 365th Training Squadron develops, conducts and evaluates technical training in aircraft avionics maintenance career fields and produces skilled and professional personnel for operational units throughout the United States Air Force. The 365th Training Squadron provides career development, supplemental and craftsmen courses for all avionics specialties in heavy aircraft, fighter aircraft and avionics test equipment.
366th Training Squadron
The 366th Training Squadron develops and conducts technical and military training for international military and civilian Department of Defense students in vehicle operations, and 8 of the Air Force's 13 civil engineer career fields. The 366th Training Squadron is responsible for resident, exportable, mobile training team and career development courses executed at Sheppard Air Force Base, geographically separated detachments and United States Air Force installations worldwide.
367th Training Support Squadron
The 367th Training Support Squadron produces world-class interactive multimedia instruction for aircraft and munitions maintenance training for the Headquarters of Air Combat Command and Air Mobility Command. The 367th Training Support Squadron aides the United States Air Force and Department of Defense senior leader decision-making through timely production of high-quality visual information products. The 367th Training Support Squadron is located at Hill Air Force base, Utah, and is one of two squadrons geographically detached from Sheppard Air Force Base. The 367th Training Support Squadron focuses on being relevant, world class and cost effective.
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82nd Training Wing Public Affairs
Updated as of 10 April 11.