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FTAC graduates new class

Airman from class 18-1 stand at attention during training at the First Term Airman’s Center October 24, 2017, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. The purpose of FTAC is to prepare first term Airman to enter the operational Air Force as a productive member of the team. Training lasts five days and consists of various subjects such as resiliency training, supervisor and Airman scenarios, core values, and financial guidance.  
(U.S. Air Force Photo by Craig Denton)

Airman from class 18-1 stand at attention during training at the First Term Airman’s Center October 24, 2017, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. The purpose of FTAC is to prepare first term Airman to enter the operational Air Force as a productive member of the team. Training lasts five days and consists of various subjects such as resiliency training, supervisor and Airman scenarios, core values, and financial guidance. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Craig Denton)

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Airman from class 18-1 stand at attention during training at the First Term Airman’s Center October 24, 2017, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. The purpose of FTAC is to prepare first term Airman to enter the operational Air Force as a productive member of the team. Training lasts five days and consists of various subjects such as resiliency training, supervisor and Airman scenarios, core values, and financial guidance. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Craig Denton)

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