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  • 42nd OSS teams up with local school to enrich students’ education

    Airmen from the 42nd Operational Support Squadron partnered with a local elementary school to provide the students an inside look at STEM careers within the Air Force, Feb. 5, 2019.Approximately 50 Thelma S. Morris Elementary School students, from grades three through five, visited the base with their teachers in order to learn more about what
  • Graduate School selects first permanent senior military faculty member

    Lt. Col.  James Rutledge, Ph.D., P.E. is AFIT’s Graduate School of Engineering and Management’s first permanent senior military faculty member.  In this role, he can remain in the position as an active duty lieutenant colonel until he separates, retires, or makes full colonel.  “This is the best job in the Air Force.  I love what I do here,” said
  • What is STARBASE Maxwell?

    If you’ve ever been on Maxwell Air Force Base, you may have seen the words “STARBASE Maxwell” written in big letters across from the main gym. What’s going on in there? Is it filled with scientists discussing the colonization of Mars? The space time continuum?... Aliens?
  • Air Force Scribes program trial at Maxwell

    Have you ever visited the clinic but felt that the doctor’s attention wasn’t fully on you? Well, the 42nd Medical Group Clinic is trying to solve that with the Air Force Scribes program. The Air Force Scribes program brings a third person into the doctor’s office whose only job is to input information into the system so the doctor and patient can
  • 42nd MDG Airmen assist OTS inprocess new trainees

    Officer Training School begins in processing their newest trainees with a blood draw Jan. 9, 2019, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. 42nd Medical Group Airmen temporarily stepped away from their primary duties to assist OTS with getting their first classes of the year integrated into the program. In order to ensure all of the new trainees are in
  • 42nd SFS Civilian earned Air Force-level award, recognized for excellence

    David Langdon, 42nd Security Forces Squadron Chief of Plans and Programs, was presented the William A. Davidson Award during a ceremony held at the Pentagon November 2. The William A. Davidson Award is named after the former administrative assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force and retired OSI agent, and is awarded to individuals who exemplify
  • Air Force rolls out Flight Commander’s Edge program

    Air University’s newest effort to revitalize squadron-level learning and support leaders on the cutting edge of operations rolls out across the Air Force today with the Flight Commander’s Edge program.   Managed by Air University’s eSchool of Graduate Professional Military Education, the Flight Commander’s Edge provides a variety of tools designed
  • Air University Press new Eaker Paper series release: Eaker Paper no. 1—Student Satisfaction in Traditional, Online, and Hybrid Continuing Education Courses: A Case Study

    Air University Press kicks off the new Eaker Paper series with Student Satisfaction in Traditional, Online, and Hybrid Continuing Education Courses: A Case Study authored by Dr. Leah Flores Goerke. This mixed-methods research study examines student satisfaction of traditional, hybrid, and online delivery of two military continuing education
  • Air University Press release: LeMay Paper No. 2: Electromagnetic Defense Task Force 2018 Report

    Air University Press announces the release of the Electromagnetic Defense Task Force 2018 Report in the LeMay Paper series, authored by Maj. David Stuckenberg; Ambassador. R. James Woolsey; and Col. Douglas DeMaio.   In August 2018, Air University brought together a diverse group of leading subject matter experts to address current challenges in
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