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  • SARC says one sexual assault is one too many

    "If there's one sexual assault, then it's one too many," said LaNesa Howard, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, or SARC, for Maxwell and Gunter. Sexual assault is a crime punishable by the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Sexual assault is defined as intentional sexual contact, characterized by use of force, physical threat or abuse of
  • Colonel Dent, Mr. Adams win AETC legal awards

    Col. Joseph F. Dent and Mr. Bryan C. Adams have been recognized by the Air Education and Training Command in the 2008 Judge Advocate General Awards. Colonel Dent, Air University Staff Judge Advocate, received the Outstanding Senior Attorney Award or the Reichart Award. This award is presented by the Air Force Association to recognize the
  • Pinnacle opens renovated housing at Gunter

    As part of phase-one of the Maxwell-Gunter housing renovations, Pinnacle-Hunt Communities held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday for 16 renovated homes on Sneed and Fisher Roads at Gunter. This phase of the project took about three and a half months to complete and resulted in houses of increased size, said Starla Wilson, community director for
  • BOV returns to Air University

    The Air University Board of Visitors is meeting for the first time this year at Maxwell, and there are some new faces among the group. The board meets several times each year at Maxwell, the Air Force Institute of Technology at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, and other locations as needed and also travels each summer to Washington, D.C., to
  • Coast Guard's top officer highlights service ties with Air Force

    The top Coast Guard officer said the Air Force and the Coast Guard have more in common than one might think. Admiral Thad Allen, the Coast Guard's commandant, told this to Air War College students here April 9, during a speech about homeland security. The bedrock of the relationship between the two services is the joint ownership of the search and
  • FSS leadership courses to merge at Maxwell

    The commander of Air University announced consolidation of the Civil Engineering and Services School at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, and the Air Force Human Resource Management School at Maxwell into the Force Support Professional Development School, March 17. Lt. Gen. Allen Peck said integration of the manpower, personnel and services
  • 908th’s NDI lab best in Air Force

    It wasn't a case of worst to first but the 908th Maintenance Squadron's nondestructive inspection laboratory's recent recognition as 2009 USAF NDI Lab of the Year represents a considerable climb says the supervisor who secured the lab's ascent to the top with a "steal." Nondestructive inspection, or NDI, is a program the Air Force uses to ensure
  • 42nd MDG shatters AFAF donation goal

    The way the 42nd Medical Group sees it, if you're going to raise a lot of money for the Air Force Assistance Fund during tight economic times you may as well have lots of fun doing it. According to Lt. Col. Andrew Meadows, commander of the 42nd Aeromedical Dental Squadron, the most effective way to raise money for the installation's AFAF drive has
  • Leader Magazine transitions from print to online

    In keeping with the evolving mediums for information dissemination, the Leader Magazine has now become the Leader Magazine Online. The new Web site features Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Air Force Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps cadets and Officer Training School candidates at www.leaderonline.af.mil. "Leader Magazine Online
  • Students build LEGO robots, visit Mars

    Elementary school students from four schools in Fort Benning, Ga., and one from Fort Rucker, Ala., joined Maxwell Elementary on March 31 for a day of building computerized robots and then programming them to do things such as transverse a replica of the Mars landscape. Coordinator of the event was Becky Hill, who teaches gifted students at Maxwell
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