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Learning from the Holocaust, The Strength of the Human Spirit
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Tens of thousands of people from across the River Region and the country had their eyes to the skies at the Maxwell Open House and Air Show April 8-9, 2017.It’s estimated that the last air show, a one-day event, drew a crowd of about 100,000 visitors. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Senior Airman Alexa Culbert)
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Returning to the military base that he helped build, 96-year-old John Durham toured Gunter and the Air Force Enlisted Heritage Museum, March 16, 2017. In 1940, Army Air Corps Sergeant Durham was stationed at then-Maxwell Field when plans were made to convert the Montgomery Municipal Airport into a preliminary flying school. Durham was one of the military members who turned the civilian airport into an Air Corps flying training base. Sergeant Durham is pictured with a Vultee BT-13 Valiant, a basic trainer aircraft flown at Gunter and a variation of which sits at Gunter’s Dickinson Drive gate. Durham served from 1940-1945, and he was the owner of a watch store in Montgomery until retiring a few years ago. (U.S. Air Force image by Phil Berube)
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The Chief Master Sergeant Leadership course brings a group of 12 Chief Master Sergeants together to discuss hard hitting topics relevant to the Air Force today, March 14, 2017, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. During the course, students are taught to change their perspectives from operational to a strategic outlook. (U.S. Air Force Graphic/ Senior Airman Alexa Culbert)
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A new crew lounge officially opened at base operations for Maxwell Air Force Base on Feb. 24, 2017. The 42nd Operations Support Squadron turned an abandoned space on base into a place suitable for transient aircrew, completing the largest known self-help project on Maxwell. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Senior Airman William Blankenship)
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2017 Maxwell Air Show Information Packet
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2017 Maxwell Air Show Information Packet
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April 1, 2017, the Air Force Chaplain Corps College officially returned to Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. The college teaches nine distinct professional continuing education courses and one technical training course numerous times a year. The courses range from three days to six weeks and approximately 400 students graduate from the college annually. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Senior Airman William Blankenship)
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Air University welcomes the first four enlisted Airmen to attend the Air War College in-residence experience during the 2016-2017 academic year. Air War College prepares annually about 250 resident and 5,000 non-resident senior students from all U.S. military services, federal agencies, and 41 nations to lead in the strategic environment. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Senior Airman William Blankenship)
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April 1, 2017, the Air Force Chaplain Corps College officially returned to Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. The college teaches nine distinct professional continuing education courses and one technical training course numerous times a year.  The courses range from three days to six weeks and approximately 400 students graduate from the college annually. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Senior Airman William Blankenship)
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42nd Air Base Wing security forces check I.D. at the front gate at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.
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42nd Air Base Wing security forces check I.D. at the front gate at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.
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Officials with the Air Force Culture and Language Center have released dates for Air Force ROTC cadet and active-duty Airmen 2017 selection boards for the Language Enabled Airman Program.
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Air Force ROTC is a college program offered at more than 1,100 campuses across the country. It prepares young men and women to become leaders in the Air Force, but it’s also much more. You’ll grow mentally and physically as you acquire strong leadership skills that will benefit you as an Air Force Officer and in life. It’s also a great opportunity to pay for school through scholarships. You’ll develop lifelong friendships and have unique experiences. Plus unlike many college students, you’ll have a position waiting for you after graduation at one of the world’s top high-tech organizations—the U.S. Air Force.
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