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Naunihal Singh, professor of African Cultural Studies, Regional Culture studies at the Air University's Air War College. (U.S. Air Force Photo By Staff Sgt. Gregory Brook) Sikh professor educates AWC students
He likes to take walks around the base to help him think and clear his mind. His colorful shirts with matching turbans and an ever-present smile peeking out from beneath his flowing beard make him stand out amongst the military uniforms and civilian suits on Maxwell. Dr. Naunihal Singh is a Sikh, a religious group that requires its male adherents
0 7/11
2014
Sonya Stallworth, a military work and life consultant, provides several classes to military members through the Airmen and Family Readiness Center at Maxwell Air Force Base. One of her most popular workshops is called creating a positive work environment. In the workshops, she discusses different work temperaments and relationships. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Gregory Brook) Life coach creates positive work environment
Deploy, change duty stations, change duty sections--it's no secret that Airmen move a lot, which means having to adjust to both new work environments and coworkers. To help Airmen with the adjustment process, or to help current work centers, Sonya Stallworth, a military work and life consultant at the Airman and Family Readiness Center, teaches a
0 6/26
2014
Col. Clarence “Bud” Anderson (retired) stands in front of a P-51 Mustang  during the Gathering of Eagles annual event at Maxwell Air Force Base, June 6, 2014. Anderson, who is a triple Ace from WWII, flew a P-51 Mustang during the allied invasion of Normandy 70 years ago to the day, known as D-Day. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Gregory Brook) 2014 Eagle recalls D-Day, reflects on lost comrades
With more than 7,500 flight hours logged in more than 130 types of aircraft, retired Air Force Col. Clarence E. "Bud" Anderson, a 2014 Eagle who visited Maxwell for the Gathering of Eagles June 2-6, has cemented his position as a pioneer in American military during times of war.During World War II, Anderson served two combat tours escorting heavy
0 6/13
2014
Default Air Force Logo CCAF: A lighthouse for the enlisted
The Community College of the Air Force serves as a lighthouse for enlisted Airmen searching for a path to receive college credits for their military service on the road to getting their associate degrees.Established April 1, 1972, the CCAF is the world's only degree granting institution for enlisted personnel and is regionally accredited through
0 6/13
2014
Col. Andrea Tullos, 42nd Air Base Wing commander. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo) New CC's focus: team play
As the new 42nd Air Base Wing commander, Col. Andrea Tullos is responsible for providing all base operational support, infrastructure and services for 42,000 Airmen and their families, students, contractors and retirees in direct support of Air University and the more than 40 other mission partners on Maxwell and Gunter Annex.A lieutenant 22 years
0 6/12
2014
Community College of the Air Force CCAF: A lighthouse for enlisted
The Community College of the Air Force serves as a lighthouse for enlisted Airmen searching for a path to receive college credits for their military service on the road to getting their associate degrees.Established April 1, 1972, the CCAF is the world's only degree granting institution for enlisted personnel and is regionally accredited through
0 6/06
2014
Sarah Caton, right, hugs her best friend Fatou Gueye at the Maxwell Air Force Base child development center, May 20, 2014. Both girls are 4-year-old students at the center. When Fatou, who is from Senegal, first arrived to the CDC she did not speak English, and was not familiar with American customs. Thanks to Sarah Fatou is now fluent in English and comfortable with cultural norms. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Natasha Stannard) Friendship knows no borders
Four-year-old Sarah reached out to grasp her friend Fatou's hand as she has every day since Fatou first arrived at the Maxwell Air Force Base child development center in August 2013. On this day, Sarah led Fatou to the dance floor, placing her in a specific position like a delicate wall fixture. With Fatou in place, Sarah grabbed the plastic
0 6/04
2014
Default Air Force Logo Trainee health clinic provides care when needed most
The seven-member staff of the 42nd Medical Group trainee health clinic sees approximately 3,300 patients a year.Their patients come from very different backgrounds and at very different times in their military careers.In the summer, there are two months when the clinic is responsible for about 1,500 Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets while they
0 5/27
2014
William Dulaney, professor of organizational communication at the Air Force Culture and Language Center, and a faculty member of the Air University Air War College, poses in front of an HH-53 Super Jolly Green Giant static display on his Harley, at Maxwell Air Force Base. Dulaney, a former missiles troop and later a Special Forces airman, is one of the world’s foremost authorities on the biker subculture and advises the Air Force on intercultural communication. He is getting ready to deploy for his third one-year tour in Afghanistan as an advisor to the U.S. military forces there on a mission to support the transition of operations and leadership to the Afghan government. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Gregory Brook) PhD Commando improves US/Afghan cultural communication
He walks into the library holding a large box. It is a huge library, the Muir S. Fairchild Research Information Center on Maxwell, but his size makes it look small. His left arm is covered in a full-sleeve tattoo, and on his right is a family crest. He flashes a big smile and extends his hand in a warm greeting. Cradled by his crested arm, the box
0 5/08
2014
Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base started holding grief and loss sessions at the newly built Airmen Resiliency Center here in April 2014. The sessions are designed to help anyone with base access who has experienced grief or has gone through any type of personal loss. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Staff Sgt. Gregory Brook) Grief sessions help Airmen heal
When a person goes through loss, they may be instantly overcome by grief, or it might take days, weeks or months to set in. The emotions may flood in at once or come in manageable stages. When a person is grieving, there is no set formula for what is happening or how to overcome, but there is help.A desire to help others is what motivated LaNesa
0 4/30
2014
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