ATTENTION CLASS 20E STUDENTS -- THE FLIGHT ROSTER IS POSTED ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE OF THIS PAGE, TO INCLUDE INSTRUCTOR CONTACT INFORMATION. FEEL FREE TO REACH OUT TO THEM. IF YOUR NAME IS NOT ON THE LIST AND YOU HAVE A TRAINING RIP, PLEASE CONTACT STUDENT ADMIN AT (334) 201-2400.
AFSNCOA class 20E will be virtual in-resident, reporting instructions have been posted on the right-hand side of this page.
AFSNCOA class 20F will also be virtual in-resident. Updated reporting instructions will be available at the end of July.
The Air Force Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy (AFSNCOA) is the third level of enlisted PME. AFSNCOA prepares senior NCOs to lead the enlisted force in the employment of air and space power in support of US national security objectives. There is a single resident AFSNCOA located at Maxwell AFB–Gunter Annex.
The Air Force Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy (AFSNCOA) is a resident CCAF-affiliated program that consists of 200 classroom hours. The curriculum prepares SNCOs for increased leadership responsibilities in the joint, combined, and inter-agency operating/strategic environment. Specifically, the AFSNCOA educates SNCOs to help them become adaptable senior enlisted leaders able to operate critically, strategically and jointly in complex and ambiguous environments through the application of four learning outcomes: Leadership, Problem Solving, Mission, and Culture.
Learning Outcomes. SNCOA curriculum prepares SNCOs to:
Faculty. The AFSNCOA faculty members are required to have an associate’s degree (or fall within one year of completion) and complete the Enlisted Professional Military Education Instructor Course (EPMEIC) before assignment to the academy. Within the first year of teaching, faculty must complete a 120-hour internship at the school.
Duration. The AFSNCOA program is delivered in 25 academic days. There are 6 classes each year with approximately 300 students in each class.
Eligibility. SNCOs from the total force, active-duty Air Force, active-duty Space Force, selected Air Force Reserve (AFRES), and Air National Guard (ANG) may attend the resident AFSNCOA. Selected Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and international military personnel also attend on a limited basis. Active-duty Air and Space Force personnel must have at least one year of retainability following graduation. The Air Force Military Personnel Center (AFPC) identifies and notifies active-duty Air Force students for program attendance. Potential Air Force personnel should go through their base training manager for all questions regarding attendance, waivers and class dates. All students must meet their respective service standards.
Reference AFI 36-2656, Developmental Education, for Active Duty Air Force, Air National Guard, and Air Force Reserve scheduling information.
Sister service members interested in attending should contact the following POC's:
US Navy: NCC Triston Thomas, AFSNCOA Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org)
US Marine Corps: GySgt David Spurling, Deputy Director Senior Enlisted Academy (email@example.com)
US Army: MSG Yairick McFadden, Executive Officer, The NCO Leadership Center of Excellence (firstname.lastname@example.org)
US Coast Guard: MKCS Christopher Wilson, Office of Leadership (CG-128), Enlisted Professional Development (email@example.com)
Students selected for the course may email Student Administration or call: Cell (334) 201-2400 Commercial (334) 416-1651 or (334) 201-2400 for any questions.
The in-residence AFSNCOA does not manage/administer the AFSNCOA DLC (Course 14). For assistance with the AFSNCOA DLC, visit https://auservicedesk.af.edu or call: Commercial (334) 416-1736 or DSN 596-1736.
AFSNCOA class 20E will be virtual in-resident, reporting instructions have been posted, above. Students should expect contact from instructors around 8 July.
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