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  • Air and Space Power Journal (ASPJ)–Africa & Francophonie

    Air University Press announces the release of the Fall 2018 edition of Air and Space Power Journal (ASPJ)–Africa & Francophonie, a forum for the dissemination of original research ideas.
  • CMSAF meets with international senior enlisted leaders during bi-annual summit

    Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright hosted senior enlisted leaders from more than 30 nations for the 2018 Senior Enlisted Leader International Summit, Aug. 13-17, on Maxwell’s Gunter-Annex.
  • Cadet finds challenges, path to leadership at OTS

    Cadet Jacob Turner decided to attend Officer Training School because he wanted to become a part of something much bigger than himself. A recent Clemson University graduate with no military experience, Turner said completing the challenging and rewarding leadership school is the first step toward his aspirations of being an aviator in the U.S. Air Force.
  • Carley holds first commander’s call for ‘Team 4-2’

    The 42nd Air Base Wing’s new commander laid out his vision to the unit’s Airmen during his first commander’s call Aug. 10, 2018, at Squadron Officer School’s Polifka Auditorium.
  • Alabama POW/MIA Recognition Day

    This year the State of Alabama POW/MIA recognition day will be September 22, 2018. The event will
  • AFIT named one of the 10 best graduate programs for supply chain management by Best Colleges

    The Air Force Institute of Technology’s online supply chain management master’s degree program was
  • Air University historians receive 2018 AETC Heritage Award

    Lt. Gen. Anthony J. Cotton, Air University commander and president, presents the 2018 Air Education
  • Guardsman Caught Off-Guard: OTS experience becomes a pleasant surprise

    With thousands of Cadets graduating Officer Training School every year, it’s inevitable that experiences will vary drastically from one person to the next. Cadet Eric Keller from New Paltz, NY has a unique perspective of one of the Air Force’s main officer training programs. Keller, a member of the Air National Guard for nearly nine years, acted as a guardsman as well as an active duty service member. His experience as a prior service member prepared him for the rudimentary facets of Total Force Officer Training (TFOT), namely dorm maintenance, marching, customs and courtesies, and dress and appearance. These aspects, tedious as they may sometimes seem, have their utilities in instilling discipline, attention to detail, and situational awareness in the Cadets who graduate from the program.
  • Colonel Pettus takes command of Air Command and Staff College

    Colonel Evan L. Pettus took command of Air Command and Staff College in a ceremony officiated by Lt. Gen. Anthony J. Cotton, commander and president of Air University, July 27. As the ACSC Commandant, Pettus is responsible for the in-residence and distance learning professional military education college of midcareer officers and civilians, focused on the development of air-minded joint leaders.
  • CSDS, Global Strike distance learning improves understanding of nuclear enterprise across DoD

    As the U.S. Air Force Center for Strategic Deterrence Studies at Air University here prepares to mark 20 years of service this September, the center continues to offer deterrence education to thousands of Airmen across the Air Force and Department of Defense. Airmen are now improving their understanding of nuclear and strategic deterrence through distance learning, as well. The center is reaching Airmen who have not received formal nuclear professional continuing education by offering its Strategic Deterrence Basic Course, or SDBC, through online video conferencing.
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