14th Flying Training Wing [14th FTW]
The mission of the 14th Flying Training Wing is to defend the United States of America by building the best leaders, pilots, and warriors.
The 14th FTW conducts pilot training for the U.S. Air Force and international officers, using a fleet of T-37, T-38, and T-1 aircraft and flight simulators.
The wing conducts specialized undergraduate pilot training for U.S. Air Force and allied officers.
The wing's 250 aircraft fly about 90,000 hours annually in 11,500 square miles of airspace.
The 14th FTW supports base functions as well as the mission activities of more than 2,600 people. It operates on an operations and maintenance budget of $110 million and capital assets and equipment exceeding $740 million.
The 14th FTW is composed of seven associate units and also provides essential contingency mission support for Air Education and Training Command, the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
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