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  • Air University Press Launches Wild Blue Yonder

    Air University Press launched Wild Blue Yonder, a new digital journal today, focused on air, space, and cyber power and linking theory with operational experiences.
  • Air University academic accreditation reaffirmed

    The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges reaffirmed the regional accreditation for Air University during a recent board meeting Dec. 8, 2019.
  • Airmen trade blue stripes for gold bars, silver wings

    Few things tell an Airman it’s time for a fresh uniform quite like swapping enlisted stripes for second lieutenant’s rank. For a pair of former airmen first class, now second lieutenants, their gold bars come with silver pilots’ wings.
  • 2018 Lt. Col. Anthony C. Shine Fighter Pilot Award

    Maj. Jay B. Doerfler, Air Command and Staff College student, earned the 2018 Lt. Col. Anthony C. Shine Fighter Pilot Award for his service as squadron assistant director of operations at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, from Jan. 1 through Dec. 31, 2018.
  • How a Maxwell dental assistant saved a life

    You’re finally getting off work, excited to start your weekend off with a bang by enjoying the night life with a cold drink in your hand. Instead, they’re covered in blood as you’re applying a tourniquet on a man that’s barely holding on to dear life in the middle of a road surrounded by twisted metal, screams and chaos.
  • AF Spouse of the Year shares story, discusses resiliency with AU personnel

    Kristen Christy, the 2018 Air Force Spouse of the Year, shared her story of tragedy, mourning and resiliency with Air University personnel Dec. 9, 2019, on Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.
  • Air University Press releases winter edition of Strategic Studies Quarterly

    Air University Press has released the Winter 2019 Great Power Conflict Special Edition of Strategic Studies Quarterly.
  • AFIT alumni, faculty and staff honored for outstanding career achievements

    The Air Force Institute of Technology honored alumni, faculty and staff Nov. 7 at an awards ceremony as part of the school’s centennial celebrations. Maj. Gen. Carl Schaefer, Deputy Commander of Air Force Materiel Command and 2004 AFIT alum served as keynote speaker for the event.
  • AFRL Physicist Wins Top Science Award

    Air Force Research Laboratory scientist Dr. Robert Johnson has won the most prestigious science and technology award in the U.S. Air Force – the Harold Brown Award. The award is given annually to a scientist or engineer who uses scientific research to solve a problem critical to the needs of the Air Force.
  • AFCLC releases Bangladesh Expeditionary Culture Field Guide

    The Air Force Culture and Language Center at Air University has released a Bangladesh Expeditionary Culture Field Guide, the latest in its growing collection.