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  • Holt assumes command of LeMay Center, vice command of Air University

    Major Gen. William Holt II assumed command of the Curtis E. LeMay Center for Doctrine Development and Education and the position of vice commander of Air University during a ceremony May 24, 2021, at Maxwell Air Force Base. The LeMay Center focuses on advancing warfighting through doctrine, education and simulation, and Air University serves as the intellectual and leadership-development center of the Air Force.
  • Air University Airmen receive the 2021 SecAF Leadership Award

    Acting Secretary of the Air Force John Roth presented seven Air University Airmen with the 2021 Secretary of the Air Force Leadership Awards during a ceremony May 11, 2021, at Maxwell AFB, Alabama.
  • Developing leaders through CLA and Baltic Defence College curriculum collaboration

    Air Education and Training Command’s mission is to recruit, train, and educate exceptional Airmen. This role isn’t limited to just Air Force members; the Chiefs Leadership Academy, part of Air University’s Barnes Center for Enlisted Education at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., participated in a three-day virtual planning workshop with the Baltic Defence College in Tartu, Estonia, April 6-8, 2021. The workshop introduced the academic standards held by Air University and delivered through its schools, including the CLA. The event identified the tasks and expectations for participants, and synchronized efforts in preparation for the Command Senior Enlisted Leadership course, which will occur in Sept. – Dec. 2021.
  • The Curtis E. LeMay Center for Doctrine Development and Education tills ground for new CSAF

    The Curtis E. LeMay Center for Doctrine Development and Education is launching some of the largest doctrine changes in recent memory to support the Chief of Staff of the Air Force’s mandate to “accelerate change or lose.” The LeMay Center Commander is the Air Force principal agent for Air Force doctrine and lessons learned, and provides input to joint doctrine. In this role, the LeMay Center ensures the development, promulgation, and teaching of doctrine as a common frame of reference and a starting point for the best way to employ airpower.
  • Air Force’s doctrine center exercising command, control in contested environments

    The Curtis E. LeMay Center for Doctrine Development and Education at Air University is hosting a virtual table top exercise, Feb. 16-19, 2021, to address the complications of mission execution and delegation of authority inherent in a degraded and contested operation environment
  • Civilian Back For Ph.D. In Astronautical Engineering

    Civilian Back For Ph.D. In Astronautical Engineering
  • SNCOA instructor attends Royal Canadian Air Force Academy course

    Senior Master Sgt. Matthew R. Mitchell, Air Force Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy instructor, was recently selected to attend the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) annual Senior Air Environmental Qualification (SAEQ) course. 
  • AFJROTC flies, fights and wins vs COVID-19

    Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets continue to strive and thrive across the nation and around the word despite ever-changing coronavirus constraints.
  • Air University Press releases The Hydra: The Strategic Paradox of Human Security in Mexico

    In The Hydra: The Strategic Paradox of Human Security in Mexico, Maj. Zachary Martin explores the social climate and circumstances in Mexico that have led to increased cartel activity over the past 20 years.
  • Maxwell AFB, Air University tackle public education head on, earn 2020 Pete Taylor Partnership of Excellence Award

    Air University and Maxwell Air Force Base’s public education coalition, the River Region Partnership for Educational Excellence, is the winner of the Military Child Education Coalition’s highest award, the Pete Taylor Partnership of Excellence Award for Outstanding Community Partnership.
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