• TAAC-Air reduces mid-air risks

    Many Afghan helicopter pilots have years of flying experience, so when 19 hazardous traffic reports were reported in January and February at Jalalabad, Train, Assist, Advise Command – Air advisors were not only surprised but concerned, and knew the issue had to be addressed immediately. “[The

  • Lead-in training increases Afghan capabilities

    Train, Advise, Assist Command – Air maintainers are providing lead-in training at the Kabul Air Wing in an effort to ensure Afghan Air Force airmen excel at C-130 maintenance courses when they attend in the US. Though some Afghans have begun training in the US, learning a new language and aircraft

  • TAAC-Air speaks of mission in its new name

    For more than seven years, NATO Air Training Command – Afghanistan has been working side-by-side with Afghan National Security Forces to build, strengthen and empower the Afghan Air Force.With the transition toward Resolute Support, as of Jan. 14, 2015, NATC-A has been renamed to Train, Advice,

  • Kabul Afghan Airmen complete FAST training

    As American security forces transition to Resolute Support, it is important that Afghan security forces can secure their own country. Recently another step was taken in this direction when eight Afghan air force security forces airmen graduated the first Kabul Air Wing Fly Away Security Team