A military training leader transitions graduates of the Air Force’s basic military training and equips them with a better understanding of the operational Air Force. MTLs are force generators and the first link in the chain of command for Airmen in technical training and they are responsible for
A Continuous Process Improvement workshop was held at Matero Hall on October 1 to discuss the 81st Training Group military training leaders roles and initiatives.MTLs and members from the 81st TRG reviewed current processes, shared best practices and identified ways to improve during the workshop.
Military training leader class 200210 graduated from the MTL schoolhouse March 5, at the Levitow Drill Pad.Amongst the graduates of that class was Senior Master Sgt. Obaid Al-Bogami, Royal Saudi air force air traffic controller, who was the first international student the MTL schoolhouse has seen in
After listening to feedback from Airmen and career field managers, Air Force officials are reducing targeted special duty and instructor tour lengths to create a more ready and resilient force.The tour length reduction from four to three years for military training instructors, military training
Military training leaders, the first link in the chain of command for Airmen in technical training, are responsible for shaping the future of the Air Force through every Airman, every day.“When an Airman arrives to tech school, it does not mark the end of their military training,” said Master Sgt.
The 81st Training Support Squadron’s Military Training Leader Course schoolhouse has a new home in Lott Hall, where the first course in the new building began July 17.The instructors, formerly based in Allee Hall, only had a couple classrooms at their disposal. They now have access to a dedicated
The Air Force’s only Military Training Leader Course is doubling from a two-week to a four-week class to provide graduates with a more robust skill-set beginning Oct. 24, 2016. “We’re providing our new MTLs great leadership training with this revamped curriculum,” said Mullen. “We’re excited and