Air Education and Training Command releases podcast

8 May 2019

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The seventh episode of "Developing Mach-21Airmen," Air Education and Training Command's professional developmentpodcast series, was released April 15.

In the episode, Master Sgt. Bryan Dudley, the emergencymanager training flight chief for the 368th Training Squadron at Fort LeonardWood, Missouri, and a detachment of the 82nd Training Wing based at SheppardAir Force Base, Texas, talks all things related to innovation and the futureshaping of the learning environment.

Dudley goes in-depth on the curriculum development process: the368th TRS used to reimagine what their initial skills training course lookedlike, in fact leading to a revamp that the emergency management career fielddidn’t envision when they started.

Specifically, Dudley talks to how the idea was hatched toinclude buy-in from the career field; how they overcame obstacles like manpowerand time to do the revamp; and the work they did with their functionalcommunity to source subject matter experts from across the career field toinclude the Air Force Civil Engineer Center as they prepare to roll out a newcurriculum in May 2019.

The professional development podcasts are designed to helpcommunicate and inform Total Force Airmen across the globe on relevant, timelytopics related to the recruiting, training, education and development fieldsand can be listened to on the government network on the AETC website, or viamobile application as well as on Apple Podcasts (iTunes). For Android or Googlemobile users, the podcast can be found on a third-party podcast phoneapplication.

Future episodes are set to cover a wide range of topics,including a look at a military training leader from Keesler Air Force Base,Mississippi, and her personal story of resiliency and growing as an airmen;what the learning environment is heading towards in the year 2030; integratedofficer and enlisted training within the Security Forces career field and muchmore.

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