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  • Community College of the Air Force Accreditation

    CCAF is a part of Air University. Air University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award the associate, masters and doctoral degrees. The associates degree from CCAF is awarded under the authority of Air University. Questions about the

  • Credentialing Programs Flight

    We are the college's focal point for professional credentialing.  Our mission is to research and evaluate national professional credentials applicable to specific occupational specialties for possible award of CCAF collegiate credit.  We assist in aligning CCAF degree programs with industry

  • History of the Community College of the Air Force

    The CCAF concept evolved in the early 1970s as a means of gaining accreditation and recognition for Air Force training. Led by Lt Gen George B. Simler, Commander of Air Training Command (ATC), Air Force visionaries recognized the need to enhance the skills of noncommissioned officers (NCOs) as

  • Community College of the Air Force

    The Community College of the Air Force is a federally-chartered academic institution that serves the United States Air Force's enlisted total force. We partner with 111 affiliated Air Force schools and over 300 Education Service Offices located worldwide to serve approximately 270,000 active, guard,

  • Education Services

    The Air and Space Force provides academic advice and offers financial assistance to airmen and space professionals in planning and pursuing their educational goals. Education services offices are composed of professional educational administrators, guidance counselors, academic advisors, education