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  • Barnes Center continues partnership with Senegalese air force

    Nearly two years of coordination, instruction and practice culminated in an event Dec. 8-10, 2020, where Senegalese student-instructors were evaluated on their teaching skills as they conducted lessons on historical figures from their country. This third collaboration among the partners was held virtually via Microsoft Teams.
  • CSDS leader provides perspective to USSTRATCOM Deterrence Symposium

    Al Mauroni, CSDS director, took part in the session titled “Is Deterrence in the Cold War Applicable to the Multi-polar World,” moderated by Dr. Brad Roberts, director of the Center for Global Security Research at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
  • Air University hosts first-ever JADO, JADC2 symposium

    Military and government representatives from multiple academic and intelligence communities met in-person and virtually for the first-ever Air University Joint All Domain Operation/Joint All-Domain Command and Control Symposium, Nov. 18-20, 2020.
  • SOS’s new curriculum challenges students to ‘know themselves’ first to prevail in GPC

    Squadron Officer School’s new curriculum challenges students to know themselves first before they can lead Airmen to prevail in “Great Power Competition.”
  • Veterans Day ceremony 2020

    Mayor of Montgomery Steven Reed visits with Lt. Gen. James Hecker, Air University commander and president Nov. 11, 2020, on Maxwell Air Force Base,
  • 42 MDG salutes healthcare administration professionals

    The 4A career field, healthcare administration, incorporates three separate enlisted Air Force Specialty Codes: Health Services Management (4A0XX), Medical Materiel (4A1XX) and Biomedical Equipment (4A2XX). Medical Service Corps (41AX) officers are the 4A career field officer counterpart.
  • AU Library makes women’s exhibit available online during pandemic

    “We are excited to have recently launched the new web exhibit and resource guide on Women’s Equality Day in honor of the 100th anniversary of the adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment,” said Dr. Mehmed Ali, Air University Library academic services director. “The guide is our small contribution toward helping bring attention to the larger issues that women continue to face a century later.”
  • Air University assistant professors win ILA award for research on positive student feedback

    Dr. John Hinck and Dr. Steven Davis won the International Leadership Association’s 2020 SAGE Most Publishable Leadership Education Paper award for their study on the impact the Leader Development Course for Squadron Command is having on students.
  • ACSC, Air University celebrate Air Corps Tactical School’s 100th anniversary

    On Oct. 31, 2020, Air Command and Staff College military leaders, students and faculty celebrated Air Corps Tactical School’s centennial with cake and good cheers in remembering those who went before in carrying the torch of air power.
  • AFJROTC Flight Academy flying again in 2021

    The COVID-19 coronavirus forced Headquarters AFJROTC to shut down the Flight Academy for 2020. However, AFJROTC high school cadets who will be 17 by July 9, 2021, and are interested in earning a Private Pilot’s Certification are encouraged to apply by Nov. 25.