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Airman's Roll Call: Military training instructors

This week's Airman's Roll Call focuses on the Air Force's need for more military training instructors to meet the demands of increasing end strength.  (U.S. Air Force photo illustration)

This week's Airman's Roll Call focuses on the Air Force's need for more military training instructors to meet the demands of increasing end strength. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration)

SAN ANTONIO -- This week's Airman's Roll Call focuses on the Air Force's need for more military training instructors to meet the demands of increasing end strength.

Air Force officials will recruit about 4,000 additional enlisted Airmen per year during the next two years to boost manning to 332,700. Currently, the Air Force needs to bring on about 220 additional MTIs to get back on track and ensure a sustainable pace for these training professionals.

For more information about military training instructors, read this week's Airman's Roll Call.

Airman's Roll Call is designed for supervisors at all levels to help keep Airmen informed on current issues, clear up confusion, dispel rumors and provide additional face-to-face communication.

To subscribe to an e-mail version of the product, visit www.af.mil/subscribe. Airman's Roll Call is one of 30 featured Air Force products that can be received via e-mail.