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MRTs incorporate technology, enhances learning

Master Resiliency Trainers of the 45th Space Wing Resiliency Program pose with iPads donated from the 45th Force Support Squadron and Patrick Airman Leadership School in an effort to enhance lessons and better connect with students Jan. 27, 2016, at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla. Master Resiliency Trainers provide resiliency training throughout the Wing from within units to the First Term Airman's Course and Wingman Day. The donation saves money and time by providing an ease in updating paper lesson plans and student materials. The initiative also enables leverage technology to engage in 21st century Airmen in an environment that provides a greater level of interactivity. (U.S. Air Force photo/Matthew Jurgens) (Released)

Master Resiliency Trainers of the 45th Space Wing Resiliency Program pose with iPads donated from the 45th Force Support Squadron and Patrick Airman Leadership School in an effort to enhance lessons and better connect with students Jan. 27, 2016, at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla. Master Resiliency Trainers provide resiliency training throughout the Wing from within units to the First Term Airman's Course and Wingman Day. The donation saves money and time by providing an ease in updating paper lesson plans and student materials. The initiative also enables leverage technology to engage in 21st century Airmen in an environment that provides a greater level of interactivity. (U.S. Air Force photo/Matthew Jurgens) (Released)

PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- The 45th Force Support Squadron and Patrick Airman Leadership School donated iPads to the Master Resiliency Trainers of the 45th Space Wing Resiliency Program in an effort to enhance lessons and better connect with students Jan. 27, 2016, at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla.

Master Resiliency Trainers provide resiliency training throughout the Wing from within units to the First Term Airman's Course and Wingman Day. The donation saves money and time by providing an ease in updating paper lesson plans and student materials. The initiative also enables leverage technology to engage in 21st century Airmen in an environment that provides a greater level of interactivity.

"We can answer student questions and send important information and resources to them at the touch of a button," said Tech. Sgt. Tamara Acfalle, 45th Force Support Squadron, who is both an Airman Leadership School Instructor and an installation MRT, who understands firsthand the benefits of using iPads in the classroom."