AIR UNIVERSITY PUBLIC AFFAIRS|
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To impact national and international audiences full understanding that air, space, and cyberspace power is a fully integrated and essential capability for the joint warfighter and U.S. national leadership.
To enhance and advocate the U.S. Air Force and air, space, and cyberspace capabilities through traditional and non-traditional integrated and synchronized media, marketing and civic outreach.
About Air University Public Affairs
- Advises the AU commander and his staff, including five general officers on media, community relations and internal activities related to eight AU schools and colleges, eight non-commissioned officer academies nationwide, 144 senior and 874 junior Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC, AFJROTC) detachments nationwide, Civil Air Patrol-USAF, Maxwell's 42nd Air Base Wing, and surrounding communities of more than 300,000 people.
- Publishes a weekly newspaper, the Maxwell-Gunter Dispatch.
- Publishes the online Jeanne M. Holm Center for Officer Accessions and Citizen Development's magazine, the Leader.
- Reviews and markets Blue Dart opinion-editorials written by AU faculty and students.
- Coordinates base photography and graphic support.
- Conducts base tours and speaker's bureau program.
- Produces video productions for the Department of Defense and Air Force through Air University Television
55 LeMay Plaza South, Ste 201
Maxwell AFB, AL 36112-6335