The TACP School has now formally moved to Joint Base Lackland Texas. Latest news can be found at: http://www.jbsa.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123446010.
Information on our Prep, Apprentice, Craftsman and Airborne courses can be found at: https://etca.randolph.af.mil/default1.asp. Click AETC, then type TACP in keyword search. A list of our courses will populate with amplifying information such as course pre-requisites, reporting instructions, rental car authorization process, uniform requirements, etc. We see a variety of students come through our courses ranging from prior service, guard, first term Airmen, officers and cross-trainees.
As a community we tend to be high-speed, low drag. To excel above that takes exceptional talent and some intense individual training. The folks below have distinguished themselves in combat operations as well as through significant improvements made in their individual areas of expertise:
Maj Gregory Stone Air Liaison Officer of the Year is Capt D. Huhmann, 19th Air Support Operations Squadron, Fort Campbell, KY.
SSgt Jacob Frazier TACP JTAC of the year is MSgt W. Bryant, 21st Special Tactics Squadron, Pope Field, NC.
A1C Raymond Losano TACP Award recipient is A1C T. Collins, 3rd Air Support Operations Squadron, JBER, AK.
Fighter Duty Officer Award recipient is Capt T. Difuntrum III, 5th Air Support Operations Squadron, JBLM, WA.
Fighter Duty Technician Award recipient is SrA Z. Rodriquez, 5th Air Support Operations Squadron, JBLM, WA.
Congratulations to our team mates!