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  • Day Street gate closure July 1 to December 15

    Beginning July 1, the Day Street gate will be closed until December 2009 for renovation projects. Those entering and exiting the installation will use the Bell or Kelly Street gates until construction is complete. The Bell Street gate will be open 24 hours daily, and the Kelly Street gate will be open Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.To
  • Maxwell-Gunter June exercise a success

    Scenarios for the June Maxwell-Gunter exercise included a major accident response exercise, an active-shooter, mass casualties, flight-line protection and a force protection condition change, and the base's Exercise Evaluation Team chief said he was pleased by the response of base members involved in the exercise."The purpose of this exercise was
  • Career service counselors tour JAG School

    Career Service staff members from more than 20 law schools around the United States visited Maxwell's Judge Advocate General School, June 3 to see how Air Force lawyers do business.Capt. David Routhier, an AFJAGS instructor, said JAG school faculty members give the visitors a tour of the Air Force JAC School, talk to them about what JAGs do and
  • CAP-USAF realigns with Holm Center

    Civil Air Patrol-United States Air Force was realigned under the Jeanne M. Holm Center for Officer Accessions and Citizen Development in a ceremony held at the center's Leadership Hall, June 11.Lt. Gen. Allen Peck, Air University commander, said the realignment is part of the evolution of Air University and falls under the category of an
  • Technical Sergeant 09E6 selections released

    Congratulations to the newest 09E6 technical sergeant selects from Maxwell Air Force Base and Gunter Annex. Air UniversityRachelle Anderson                      Nicole HumphreyTrametrice JonesDaniel SalkowskiChad SontagJohnathan Steed42nd Air Base WingScottie Boyd              42nd Security Forces Squadron Mark Delcambre      42nd SFS James
  • Air University honors former astronaut with honorary degree

    The commander of Apollo 8, the first mission to orbit the moon, was awarded an honorary doctor of science degree by Air University officials for his contributions to aviation and space exploration at the USAF Test Pilot School Saturday. Retired Col. Frank Borman received the honorary degree presented by Lt. Gen. Allen G. Peck, the Air University
  • Maxwell dedicates veteran MH-53 to Air Park

    The Air Force Pave Low helicopter #69-5785, better known as 785, static display was dedicated Monday at Maxwell's Air Park as a group of more than 250 Maxwell-Gunter and River Region leaders, distinguished visitors and base members watched. For 785, on loan to Maxwell by the Air Force Museum, this was the culmination of an extensive combat history
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