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  • Remembering American and Allied Veterans

    This coming weekend, millions of Americans are planning for take a long three-day weekend.  Some
  • Air University's MSFRIC helps local high school after severe fire

    On an early Saturday morning in August plumes of smoke billowed over the Centennial Hill neighborhood just a few minutes’ drive from Maxwell Air Force Base. The source was sadly the Booker T. Washington Magnet High School, which caught on fire that day causing severe damage and necessitating a move over to a new location in another part of the city. And while fortunately no one was injured in the blaze, the historic building and all of its contents were completely lost – including the school’s entire library collection. After hearing about the fire and the destruction of all of the school’s books, staff at the Muir S. Fairchild Research Information Center decided to see how they could assist. After raising funds, over $700 worth of new books were purchased and brought over to the school this past month. The school’s media specialist, Jennifer Sanford, related that the students were excited to see the new titles and stated, “We are very appreciative of the partnership that is growing between Maxwell Air Force Base and our school. This donation is really going to help our students in so many ways.”
  • Air Force Agile Pilot Program meets contracting needs in the wake of Hurricane Michael

    The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Business and Enterprise Systems Directorate’s Agile
  • Barnes Center for Enlisted Education provides alternatives for Tyndall NCO academy students in Hurricane Michael aftermath

    Along with the thousands of Airmen evacuated from Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., days before
  • Air University professor awarded prestigious French medal

    U.S. Air Force Col. Stephen Renner, School of Advanced Air and Space Studies professor, was awarded the French Médaille de la Défense Nationale (National Defense Medal) at the gold level on Oct. 17, 2018, here.
  • Virtual Reality around the Circle: Squadron Officer School

    The idea of virtual reality has been around for decades, but it wasn’t until recently that it became mainstream technology. Air University’s Squadron Officer School is the first school around the circle that has integrated the use of virtual reality into their curriculum. SOS provides leadership development for Air Force captains during a six and a half week course, which now includes the use of virtual and mixed reality. The SOS Learning Sciences and Technology Studio offers multiple virtual reality programs as part of their Immersive Learning Experiences, and their newest program is the Mixed Reality Learning Experience or MRLx.
  • SOS student partners with MGMWERX to promote innovation, entrepreneurship

    A student from Air University’s Squadron Officer School partnered with MGMWERX Oct. 24, 2018, to share with Airmen and members of the community on how she kick-started her own business outside of the military. Capt. Samantha Snabes is a member of the Air National Guard and a recent SOS graduate, but in her civilian capacity she is the CEO of a company she co-founded.
  • Air Force Cyber College prepares Airmen, allies for cyber warfare

    The Air Force is responsible for fighting and winning in the domains of air, space and cyberspace.
  • AU remembers LeMay Center Airman

    MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, Ala. – Faculty, staff and students across Air University gathered in the
  • Air Force Culture and Language Center seeks presenters, proposals for annual Air University LREC Symposium

    The Air Force Culture and Language Center here seeks presenters and proposals for the 4th annual Air University Language, Regional Expertise and Culture Symposium.
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