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Default Air Force Logo Base restricts viewing of National Security Forum aerial demo
Each year, Air University's Air War College brings a cross-section of civilians from American society to Maxwell for the annual National Security Forum. The purpose of NSF is to acquaint those individuals with what the Air Force is doing and what it has planned for the future. Lt. Col. Stephen Spurlin, NSF director, said the program is important
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2009
Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Rodney J. McKinley (right) introduces his replacement, Chief Master Sgt. James A. Roy, to attendees of the Senior Enlisted Forum May 8 at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.  Chief Roy, who currently is the senior enlisted advisor to the U.S. Pacific Command combatant commander, was selected by Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz to become the 16th Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force.  He will assume his duties on June 30, following Chief McKinley's retirement.  (U.S. Air Force photo) CSAF selects next enlisted leader
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz selected Chief Master Sgt. Jim Roy as the 16th chief master sergeant of the Air Force. Current Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Rodney McKinley made the announcement in front of 323 chief master sergeants and four former chief master sergeants of the Air Force attending the Senior Enlisted Leader
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Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Rodney J. McKinley addresses SELS attendees May 4 in the Senior NCO Academy Auditorium at Maxwell Air Force Base's Gunter Annex. (U.S. Air Force photo by Melanie Rodgers Cox) 2009 Senior Enlisted Leader Summit held at Gunter
On Tuesday, the Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. William M. Fraser III addressed the third annual Senior Enlisted Leader Summit, or SELS, being held this week at Gunter's Senior NCO Academy. In offering advice to the group, the Vice Chief of Staff said all Airmen should know and support the Air Force priorities and live by the Air Force
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2009
Default Air Force Logo National Space Studies Center hosts space research forum
Air University's National Space Studies Center hosted its second annual space education workshop and research forum at Maxwell on April 28-29. On April 28, the authors of top space research papers from Air University schools presented their findings to the Space Research Forum. These authors were focused on a wide range of topics ranging from
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Lake Martin open house celebrates Armed Forces Day
The annual Maxwell-Gunter Lake Martin Recreation Area open house celebration of Armed Forces Day will be May 16, noon to 5 p.m. The free event will include hotdogs, burgers and sodas, live music and prizes. Games, bouncy castles and prizes will offer entertainment for the children. All ages are welcome. Base personnel are invited to come and enjoy
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Gunter NCO Academy, instructor, retired major receive volunteer awards
They help the community by living the Air Force Core Value "Service Before Self," and on April 30 the Volunteer and Information Center and the Junior League of Montgomery recognized the Gunter Noncommissioned Officer Academy, one of its instructors, and a retired major in the 2008 River Region Volunteer of the Year awards. Master Sgt. Ricky Higby
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2009
Default Air Force Logo QEP results from SACS pleases AU officials
Results of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools assessment of Air University's Quality Enhancement Plan, titled "Cross-Culture Competent Airmen," are in, and university officials are happy. "The result of the Quality Enhancement Plan review was great news for Air University," said Lt. Gen. Allen G. Peck, Air University commander. "Our
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Med group offers allergy, asthma treatment options
Asthma and allergies are two of the most common chronic childhood diseases. Asthma affects nearly five million American children, while allergies affect about 50 million. Asthma occurs when the airway in the lungs become inflamed or constricted. Signs and symptoms of asthma may range from minor wheezing to life-threatening attacks. There are many
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Construction projects will affect base gates
Upcoming phased construction projects beginning Sunday will impact the Maxwell and Gunter traffic flow patterns through December, according to Col. Tyrone Woodyard, 42nd Air Base Wing vice commander. Colonel Woodyard said construction will begin Sunday at the Dalradia Street gate at Gunter. In early June, the Alabama Department of Transportation
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2009
During the CMSAF #1 Ring Exhibit Dedication ceremony, Enlisted Heritage Research Institute Director Chief Master Sgt. Rick Fanning listens as Chief Airey’s son, retired Chief Master Sgt. Dale Airey, talks about life with his dad.  The dedication ceremony was held April 30 at Enlisted Heritage Hall. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jamie Pitcher) Enlisted Heritage Hall receives Airey CMSAF ring
Paul Wesley Airey, the first Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, had a close and very special association with Gunter, which he proved by leaving his CMSAF ring to the Enlisted Heritage Hall museum, his son said. "Dad always wanted his ring to come to Gunter because of his association with the Senior NCO Academy and EHH, and we [his family]
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