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  • Air University Press releases USAF Journal of the Americas

    Air University Press announces the release of its new edition of the USAF Journal of the Americas.
  • Air University’s SOS revamps Think Tank model, AI-aided PCS proposal draws attention

    Faculty at Air University’s Squadron Officer School have streamlined and updated a popular elective designed to challenge students to come up with creative solutions to some of the Air Force’s nagging problems.
  • JAG School is making room for more students, new team members

    Construction has gone underway for a 42,000 square foot addition to the Judge Advocate General’s School here.The project is scheduled to finish in December 2020 and will be used to accommodate the school’s growing student population and the Legal Information Services team.The two-story building will feature new classrooms, seminar rooms and offices
  • Squadron Officer School change of command

    Col. Ricky L. Mills took over as the commander and commandant of Squadron Officer School from Col. Wayne W. Straw during a change of command ceremony August 2, 2019, at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.
  • AFIT research project evolves into innovative training

    To have an agile Air Force, Airmen readiness is paramount and a new revolutionary education hub that can deliver the most current, relevant and interactive training just might be the way of the future for the warfighter.   “Created as a research project at the Air Force Institute of Technology, the genesis of the educational hub was born in 2017 at
  • Maxwell Honor Guardsmen save a home, receive Air Force Achievement Medals

    The Air Force’s Honor Guard serves as the embodiment of our core values, ensuring our standards of excellence are upheld across the Air Force. Seven of Maxwell’s newest Honor Guardsmen were bestowed Air Force Achievement Medals, July 18, 2019, for putting the Air Force core values into action in another’s time of need.While driving back to base
  • AU faculty address improvements to public K-12 education at ADC Summit

    Within the military, members are in a constant state of flux. Transitioning from one assignment to the next is hard enough, but adding school-age children into the mix creates additional challenges.
  • American naval aviation paved way for advances in Pacific theater of operations

    Although the war in the Pacific and East Asia had gone badly for the Allies during the six months after the Japanese attack on Allied possessions in early December 1941, the tide of war had turned in favor of the Allies over the first six months of 1942.
  • Air Force Junior ROTC, CAP cadets launch more than 200 rockets over River Region

    Fifty years ago today, the Saturn V, carrying the Lunar Module “Eagle,” launched out of Kennedy Space Center. It was from this achievement that Neil Armstrong recited his famous line which echoed around the world, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”To commemorate this monumental achievement, the Air Force’s Junior Reserve
  • Sullivan takes command of LeMay Center, vice commander position of AU

    Maj. Gen. Brad M. Sullivan took command of the Curtis E. LeMay Center for Doctrine Development and Education and vice commander position for Air University from Maj. Gen. Michael Rothstein during a change of command ceremony, July 15, 2019, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.
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