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  • New leadership courses available for Airmen, civilians of all ranks

    The Maxwell-Gunter Top III have assembled the Total Force Development Team in order to provide mentorship and leadership development opportunities for the local Air Force community.
  • Best of the Best: MIT cadet selected as Air Force ROTC Cadet of the Year

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology ROTC Cadet Col. Nicholas James was honored recently as Air Force ROTC’s Cadet of the Year. The award was presented to James by Air Force Vice Chief of Staff, General Stephen Wilson during ceremonies at the Pentagon on Feb. 23.
  • AU students discuss innovation, technology during first research symposium

    Augmented reality for special operations units, adaptive flight training, machine learning and cognitive computing were just a few of the topics discussed during the first Air Command and Staff College research symposium held here yesterday and today.Twenty-seven ACSC students presented their findings from independent research projects they have
  • A2D2 saves lives, careers

    Have you ever gone out to have a few drinks with your friends, only later to find out your plan to get home safely fell through? How are you going to get home? Do you let one of your inebriated friends drive you home? No, of course not. So what do you do? A volunteer Airmen program, Airmen Against Drunk Driving, provides a free service available to
  • Maxwell prepares for Cultural Awareness Day

    The 42nd Air Base Wing is scheduled to host its annual Cultural Awareness Day event, located at the Maxwell Honor Guard Hangar, Building 842, March 23 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cultural Awareness Day is hosted to recognize all of the yearly observances in one day. Observances included at the event are:·       Holocaust Remembrance Day: Days of
  • A Family Journey of Faith and Service

    “We’re just a very patriotic family. Love of God, and love of country is paramount in our family, and wanting to serve,” said Lt. Col. Scott Nupson, 42nd Air Base Wing chaplain, describing what has driven so many of his family members to serve in the defense of the United States.Starting with his father Sgt. Donald L. Nupson, who was the grandson
  • Tuskegee Airmen visit Maxwell

    Air University’s Air Command and Staff College hosted four Tuskegee Airmen today.The Tuskegee Airmen were the first group of African American pilots in the Air Force, and one of the most successful.https://www.dvidshub.net/video/586580/tuskegee-airmen-visitTuskegee Airmen Eugene Richardson, James Harvey, George Hardy and Theodore Lumpkin, all of
  • Education with Industry program completes a mid-term review

    AFIT’s EWI program is a SAF/AQ sponsored career development program designed to improve the leadership abilities and professional competencies of Air Force students by partnering with industry to fully examine industry policies and processes, as well as how industry addresses issues.  In doing so, students acquire the ability to interpret the needs
  • AFIT CE instructor and his teammate share their experiences as deployed airfield pavement evaluators

    Capt Miles Ryan, an instructor in AFIT’s Civil Engineer School, is originally from Red Wing, Minnesota.  He joined the Air Force as a Civil Engineer in 2009.  He is currently on his first deployment in Qatar.  “It has been a great deployment and it has provided us a lot of opportunities to travel throughout the AOR and see various sites and
  • Researchers test virtual reality Adaptive Flight Training Study at Columbus AFB

    A team of student researchers from Air Command and Staff College, Air University at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, conducted an Adaptive Flight Training Study from Jan. 9-12, here, to aid in the Air Force’s advancement in training and education through virtual reality.
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