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  • Maxwell shelters Navy Seahawks from Tropical Storm Fay

    Dozens of U.S. Navy helicopters evacuated from the Florida coast to Maxwell Air Force Base on Wednesday in an effort to avoid the destruction of Tropical Storm Fay. Navy Cmdr. Chris Fallia said the decision to evacuate to Maxwell AFB happened early Wednesday, when the tropical storm was projected to veer back inland after hugging the East Coast,
  • Convoys, IEDs and low-crawling: Deployers train at Fort Dix

    Green smoke flooded the air and ground bursts exploded as Fire Team Bravo maneuvered in a tactical V formation at Fort Dix recently as part of training required for every Airman deploying to the Central Command area of responsibility. "Advanced Contingency Skills Training is for support personnel whose primary mission is not outside the wire," said
  • Maxwell hosts Camp Sunshine for sixth year

    Hosting Camp Sunshine has become a tradition at Maxwell Air Force Base. Young people from the local community have come here for fun and learning for the last six summers. The camp is a collaborative effort between the Central Alabama Community Foundation, the local area Boy Scouts and Maxwell-Gunter. Camp Sunshine allows boys 6 to 12 years old
  • Top Junior ROTC cadets explore AF opportunities

    More than 450 high school students from hundreds of Air Force ROTC units worldwide participated in the 2008 Air Force Junior ROTC Aerospace and Technology Honor Camps this summer. More than 100 Junior ROTC cadets completed the final two programs in Albuquerque, N.M., and Oklahoma City, Okla., July 31. The elite program for the top half-percentile
  • Barnes Center dedicated to former CMSAF

    Family and friends gathered July 24 as Air University officials dedicated the Thomas N. Barnes Center for Enlisted Education to the fourth chief master sergeant of the Air Force. "What a great day for our Air Force," said current Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Rodney J. McKinley. "Chief Barnes was the chief master sergeant of the Air Force
  • ORI starts now, wing inspector general says

    In the coming days, the 42nd Air Base Wing inspector general will receive a list of "deliverables" from Air Education and Training Command to comply with the upcoming operational readiness inspection. The list of "deliverables," which requests all types of unit information, are due back 60 days, 45 days, and 30 days prior to the ORI. Based on the
  • New civilian leadership training heading to Maxwell

    Civilian Acculturation and Leadership Training will begin here in the fall, offering Air Force civilians much of the same curricula used to shape the service's new officers. The two-week CALT program places civilian students in Air University Holm Center's Officer Training School dorms, the dining facility and classrooms. In those classrooms,
  • Senior NCO Academy class freezes moment in history

    Time was forced to a stand-still at the Air Force Senior Non-commissioned Officer Academy July 23 as more than 400 people remembered one of the most definitive moments in recent American history. Academy Class 08-Delta unveiled four glass and steel panels on a clock tower in the courtyard of Maxwell-Gunter's University Inn to commemorate the events
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