In war on 'queep,' Air Force aims to give squadron commanders new weapons
from Air Force Times
Welcome to the modern Air Force — a place where experienced firefighters sometimes have to waste time taking an online course in which they "learn" how to use a basic fire extinguisher. But not for much longer. As part of its ongoing effort to root out unnecessary and redundant training and other ancillary duties, the service is working on giving squadron commanders and senior noncommissioned officers more leeway to decide when such training isn't necessary, or when it is needed, and tailor it to how airmen learn.
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