The project program included: Administrative offices, classrooms, labs, three five-ton bridge cranes, paint booth, as well as two large hangers that house aircraft for service training, and an open to the concrete apron for operable C-130 Hercules aircraft training.
Lackland Air Force Base is home to the 37th Training Wing (37the TRW) which operates a variety of training squadrons. Within the 37th TRW is the 37th Training Group (37 TRG) which oversees the five technical training schools on the base, and the 737 TRG which oversees the Basic Military Training squadrons.
Lackland is best known for its role in being the sole location for U.S. Air Force enlisted Basic Military Training (BMT) for the active duty Regular Air Force, Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard. BMT is organized into nine basic training squadrons, each with its own training site on the base.
Lackland, like many other Air Education and Training Command bases, trains enlisted airmen out of basic training in a specific specialty via various “tech schools.” Lackland currently has six technical training squadrons on base training multiple airmen in various Air Force Specialty Codes.
We’re proud to deliver this sustainable Design-Build for the U.S. Air Force. It earned a U.S. Green Building Council LEED Silver certification for energy efficiency.
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