USAF Center of Excellence trains aircrew in fundamentals, inaugurates new altitude chamber
Not only is the Air Force’s Center of Excellence responsible for training students to efficiently transport cargo, but it also provides in-flight comfort to passengers for distinguished visitors traveling all over the world.
KSAT Money Q&A: Small Business Development Center helps local entrepreneurs with training, consulting
Whether an entrepreneur is just starting a business or a small company has been established for a long time and needs help, the UTSA Small Business Development Center can provide training and consulting for free or at a low cost to ensure success. Watch the first installment of our KSAT Money Q&As to find out more.
San Antonio man, 28, died during training incident at Army Ranger School in Florida, officials say
James A. Requenez was a student at the 6th Ranger Training Battalion and died during the “swamp phase” of training, according to Army officials. A 28-year-old San Antonio man died during a training incident at the Army’s Ranger School in Florida, according to the Airborne and Ranger Training Brigade. James A. Requenez was a student at the 6th Ranger Training Battalion and died during the “swamp phase” of training, according to the ARTB. The Maneuver Center of Excellence, Fort Benning, and the Airborne and Ranger Training Brigade offers our heartfelt... Posted by Airborne and Ranger Training Brigade on Friday, March 26, 2021The incident is currently under investigation, Army officials said. AdArmy officials said his awards include the Army Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon and Parachutist Badge.
52% of law enforcement officers dislike current state-mandated diversity training, study finds
Speedlin Gonzalez and a team of five graduate students began a study that would ask law enforcement officers across the state what they would like to see when it comes to diversity training. Three hundred twenty-four current law enforcement officers across the state were asked about this training, and the results were surprising. They found it highly unsatisfactory, and that doesn’t even include those who found it slightly unsatisfactory,” Speedlin Gonzalez said. While the goal of police reform is well-intended, the study, which is one of a kind because it asks law enforcement about their experience, offers a different perspective. The program should be fluid and adaptable to fit into the communities where officers work.
New EMT program at Edison High School offers new career opportunity to seniors
SAN ANTONIO – A new program at Edison High School is preparing the next generation of emergency workers. But they’ll also be learning how to care for patients who are maybe having a heart attack, severe respiratory distress. They may be going out on COVID patients when they graduate,” said Deborah Ramirez, magnet coordinator for Edison High School. On days where they have to practice skills, students will learn outside. “We’ll probably do the skills outdoors so that we can not worry so much about COVID transmission,” Ramirez said.