As reported cases of suicide and mental health issues among service members increased, military leadership stepped in. In September 2022, Air Force leaders unveiled a new initiative encouraging support for service members and their families. The Spectrum of Resilience, found on the service’s
Baker’s career began on June 9, 1969, as an assistant professor of language at what is now known as the International Officer School. Over his five decades at IOS, he also held titles such as anthropologist linguist, chief of foreign disclosure office, and management of international affairs.
Air University announced the 2022 selectees for the Air Education and Training Command’s (AETC) Educator of the Year awards 7 November 2022.
The distance learning programs for Squadron Officer School, Air Command and Staff College and Air War College have been closed for enrollments and graduations since July 7, 2022, in support of the Air University-wide transition to the new Learner Environment Design-Student Information System.
Brig. Gen. Houston Cantwell took command of the Jeanne M. Holm Center for Officer Accessions and Citizen Development from Brig. Gen. Leslie Maher during a change of command ceremony, July 28, 2022.
As summer descended upon Maxwell, so did 126 international military students from across the globe.
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