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  • Multimedia Center provides equipment check out

    The base Multimedia Center at Maxwell, located in building 936, offers multimedia services, equipment checkout and a computer lab pre-loaded with media editing software.The center serves all Department of Defense personnel regardless of rank or organization, excluding students of the Officer Training School.Alternative routes are also provided by
  • CCAF, Air Force launch pad for astrophysicist's NASA career

    As a young teen gazing silently at the stars from a vantage point on Canada's Georgian Bay, 250 miles from his home in St. Clair, Mich., Richard Barry wondered a great deal about space and the possibilities of life on other planets. Having spent his formative years on a small farm, he never dreamed his future would include a search for planets
  • Outdoor Recreation plans trip to tree farm

    Maxwell's Outdoor Recreation is planning a trip to the Wadsworth Tree Farm Dec. 12. Families can enjoy a hay ride as well as choose and cut a fresh Christmas tree. Outdoor Recreation is providing a flatbed to carry the trees back to Maxwell. In its 30th year of operation, the Wadsworth Tree Farm is located seven miles north of Wetumpka. Thousands
  • Shop til you drop ... for a good cause

    "Yes, it's always this busy," responded thrift shop manager Reeba Robitzsch when asked whether the aisle-filling bustle of shoppers at the Maxwell Thrift Shop was normal. That bustle is a good normal all around for the volunteers who devote their time there, the base shoppers who enjoy the shop's variety and bargain prices, and the scholarship
  • Recent Air Force Law Review discusses Cyberlaw

    Volume 64 of the Air Force Law Review is now available in hardcopy and online. Published this year, it is sub-titled the "Cyberlaw Edition."Largely the result of a symposium held at the Judge Advocate General School at Maxwell Air Force Base, the edition addresses many of the issues involving the cyber domain."About a year ago, we held a symposium
  • Officer Training School to celebrate 50th anniversary

    The first week of February 2010 will mark the 50th anniversary of Air Force Officer Training School opening its doors, and the staff and students at OTS are planning a celebration."The commander of OTS would like to invite interested former OTS students, staff and their guests to attend our 50th anniversary celebration Feb. 5-7 at Maxwell Air Force
  • Entertainment Express begins service to Maxwell

    The City of Montgomery and Montgomery Area Transit System began the Entertainment Express trolley service to Maxwell, Thursday. The Entertainment Express service runs Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. and allows base members to take part in entertainment and eating opportunities in downtown Montgomery and the Old
  • Officers’ Club offers Thanksgiving Day buffet

    Relax this Thanksgiving by celebrating in the historic setting of the Officers' Club with a traditional Thanksgiving buffet Nov. 26. All ranks are invited. There are three seatings available: 11 a.m., noon and 1 p.m. Dinner includes hand-carved turkey with homemade gravy, cornbread dressing, honey-glazed ham, steamship round of beef, sweet
  • Brother renders first salute from Afghanistan

    Commissioning into the Armed Forces is a priceless achievement and brings a great sense of accomplishment. On graduation day, cadets commemorate their long days of training and hard work alongside family and friends, to be officially commissioned as 2nd lieutenants. For Master Sgt. Roger Nelson, one particular commissioning ceremony holds a special
  • Toastmasters provides a friendly venue to flex speaking skills

    Lt. Col. Robert Munson, Ph.D., reserve advisor to the commandant of Air Command and Staff College, is no stranger to public speaking as an instructor. He also has previous experience as an intelligence briefer. Yet despite all his on-the-job public speaking experience, he finds great value in his association with the Maxwell chapter of Toastmasters