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Default Air Force Logo Air University Commander visits the Air Force Culture and Language Center
Air University President and Commander Lt. Gen. Anthony Cotton visited the Air Force Culture and Language Center Wednesday morning. During a briefing, he described the center’s work as “very beneficial”.  “I didn’t even realize how many countries we are associated with,” Cotton said, “this is very exciting”.  The Air Force Culture and Language
0 3/08
2018
Default Air Force Logo LREC symposium: Addressing the critical role of cross-cultural competence in the Air Force
The programs are heading to the printers, the speakers have been finalized and preparations are well underway for Air University’s Language, Regional Expertise, and Culture Symposium in Montgomery, Alabama. For the third year in a row, hundreds of people, including Air Force leaders, will visit Maxwell Air Force Base March 28-29 for the annual
0 3/08
2018
A2D2 saves lives, careers A2D2 saves lives, careers
Have you ever gone out to have a few drinks with your friends, only later to find out your plan to get home safely fell through? How are you going to get home? Do you let one of your inebriated friends drive you home? No, of course not. So what do you do? A volunteer Airmen program, Airmen Against Drunk Driving, provides a free service available to
0 3/07
2018
Gunter School Age Center Maxwell Youth Program: providing support, stability for military kids
It’s 3:30 p.m., school is out and the Maxwell Youth Center is bustling with children. About an hour later, parents dressed in military uniforms begin arriving and play time is over for the day. The Maxwell Youth Centers and school age programs provide a fun, but safe environment for military kids while their parents are at work. The military
0 3/06
2018
Maxwell prepares for Cultural Awareness Day Maxwell prepares for Cultural Awareness Day
The 42nd Air Base Wing is scheduled to host its annual Cultural Awareness Day event, located at the Maxwell Honor Guard Hangar, Building 842, March 23 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cultural Awareness Day is hosted to recognize all of the yearly observances in one day. Observances included at the event are:·       Holocaust Remembrance Day: Days of
0 3/06
2018
A Family Journey of Faith and Service A Family Journey of Faith and Service
“We’re just a very patriotic family. Love of God, and love of country is paramount in our family, and wanting to serve,” said Lt. Col. Scott Nupson, 42nd Air Base Wing chaplain, describing what has driven so many of his family members to serve in the defense of the United States.Starting with his father Sgt. Donald L. Nupson, who was the grandson
0 3/05
2018
Maxwell's Air Traffic Control Tower Inside Maxwell's air traffic control tower
The air traffic control tower on Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, is made up of seven flights of stairs leading to the observation room where air traffic controllers have a 360 degree view to monitor the flight line. Maxwell’s air traffic control tower is the second oldest tower still in use today within the Air Force. Air traffic controllers
0 3/02
2018
CORONA returns to Maxwell CORONA returns to Maxwell
The Air Force’s top leaders convened here for the annual CORONA South conference, Feb. 25 through Feb. 28, to discuss present and future issues regarding the Air Force.“This year’s CORONA was extremely successful and historic as it coincides with Maxwell’s Centennial anniversary.” said Col. Melissa Stone, 42d Air Base Wing vice commander. “We are
0 3/02
2018
Default Air Force Logo Barnes Center rewrites ALS curriculum
The Thomas N. Barnes Center for Enlisted Education is currently working to revise the Airman Leadership School to better prepare Airmen for future duties.Airman Leadership School is the first level of enlisted professional military education and required to become a non-commissioned officer.The new curriculum will focus on four distinct areas:
0 3/02
2018
Recycle, reuse and renew: Maxwell’s composting facility Recycle, reuse and renew: Maxwell’s composting facility
Dead trees, broken limbs and bushes are given a second life here by becoming the main ingredient in compost. The 42nd Maintenance Support Group runs a composting site on the north end of the flight line. The composting site came into operation in 1993, and has not ceased in providing the installation and the base populous help with growing their
0 3/01
2018
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