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In December 2017, the 70th class of the Air Force Institute of Technology’s Education with Industry Program gathered in Orlando, Florida, to share their company experiences with SAF/AQH, AFIT, and Air Force Personnel Center leadership as part of a Department of Defense-mandated mid-tour review. Education with Industry program completes a mid-term review
AFIT’s EWI program is a SAF/AQ sponsored career development program designed to improve the leadership abilities and professional competencies of Air Force students by partnering with industry to fully examine industry policies and processes, as well as how industry addresses issues.  In doing so, students acquire the ability to interpret the needs
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TSgt Ruben Hernandez (forefront) and Capt Miles Ryan (background) are surveying the extent of a depression in a runway in Qayyarah-West, Iraq. AFIT CE instructor and his teammate share their experiences as deployed airfield pavement evaluators
Capt Miles Ryan, an instructor in AFIT’s Civil Engineer School, is originally from Red Wing, Minnesota.  He joined the Air Force as a Civil Engineer in 2009.  He is currently on his first deployment in Qatar.  “It has been a great deployment and it has provided us a lot of opportunities to travel throughout the AOR and see various sites and
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Default Air Force Logo Air Force Fiscal Year 2019 budget addresses great power competition
The Air Force budget request of $156.3 billion for fiscal year 2019 builds on the progress made in 2018 to restore the readiness of the force, increase lethality, and cost-effectively modernize.
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The Civilian Associate of Applied Science in Air Force Leadership and Management Studies program is the first program of its kind in the Department of Defense. Students have said a program like this gives them the opportunity to further develop as a leader in today’s Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Charles Welty) First class of AU’s civilian associate degree program set to begin
Air University is set to start its first class of the Civilian Associate of Applied Science in Air Force Leadership and Management Studies program in March. Offered through the Eaker Center’s Force Support Professional Development School, the course was created in order to help Air Force civilians achieve their full leadership potential. This
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AU, OTS honors former Air Force Surgeon General as a Distinguished Alumni AU, OTS honors former Air Force Surgeon General as a Distinguished Alumni
The Air University’s and Officer Training School inducted one of their own into the OTS Distinguished Alumni, today. Air University and Officer Training School only induct honorees once a year. Retired Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Bruce Green was honored as the 2017 AU OTS Distinguished Alumni for his notable accomplishments during his time in service. Green
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Commissioned Officer Training students balances across a rope obstacle at the Officer Training School’s Vigilant Warrior training site, April 25, 2017, near Titus, Ala. Vigilant Warrior is a 200 acre expeditionary training site. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Senior Airman Alexa Culbert) Maxwell hosts COT-restructuring discussions
Approximately 30 personnel representing 20 organizations, ranging from the Air Force Surgeon General's office and the Air Force Personnel Center to Commissioned Officer Training (COT) instructors, met here for a three-day summit Jan. 31 - Feb. 2.    The event allowed for this diverse group of officer training personnel and leaders to discuss a
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Air Force to institute new method to protect PII Air Force to institute new method to protect PII
Air Force officials announced Feb. 6, 2018, emails containing personally identifiable information, and similar numeric constructs, will be blocked from transmission unless the email is encrypted. For members unable to send or receive encrypted emails, members will be directed to utilize the AMRDEC SAFE application.
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USAF Surgeon General visits 42d Medical Group Air Force Surgeon General visits Maxwell
Air Force Medical Service leaders visited the Maxwell clinic and the Airmen who work there, Feb. 7. Air Force Surgeon General Lt. Gen. Mark A. Ediger and the Medical Enlisted Force and Enlisted Corps Chief, Chief Master Sgt. George Cum made a point during their time on Maxwell to meet the staff at the clinic. As the Air Force Surgeon General,
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Maxwell AFB Culture, language, an integral part of the Air Force mission
Airmen are deploying across the globe, and some without any knowledge of their destination. Specialists with the Air Force Culture and Language Center here are working to change that. Their mission is to end that cycle of not knowing. They make it their priority to teach Airmen of all ranks what they need to know before going off into the
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Lt. William Hough, Tallapoosa County Sheriff Dept., chief investigating/training officer came and spoke to Maxwell's middle school students about all the dangers that exist in the social media world Feb. 2, 2018 Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. He interacted with the students and helped them understand all the dangers that they can face on the internet and how to avoid the pitfalls many young teens encounter in this cyber age. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Horton) Maxwell Middle Schoolers learn about Social Media and Cyber Dangers
Middle school students learned about the dangers of social media and how easy things can go wrong while in the cyber domain Feb. 2, 2018. Lt. William Hough, Tallapoosa County Sheriff Dept., chief investigating/training officer, spoke to Maxwell’s middle school students about all the dangers that exist in the social media world.  He is part of a
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