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  • Air Force Junior ROTC selects winners for new annual scholarship

    Headquarters Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (HQ AFJROTC), in conjunction with Air University and Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps, is proud to announce it has selected the winners of the inaugural The J-100 AFJROTC Character-in-Leadership Scholarship.
  • Air University’s Barnes Center phases out eExam for distance learning courses

    Starting September 1, 2021, currently enrolled students who have not completed their legacy NCOA DL, ALS DL and SNCOA DL courses must enroll in the Barnes Center’s new Canvas-based version.
  • Base Services Reductions and Closures

    Updated service reduction & closure list for Maxwell AFB and Maxwell-Gunter Annex
  • CMSAF 19 visits Barnes Center for EPME and CCAF updates

    Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force JoAnne Bass visited the Thomas N. Barnes Center for Enlisted Education Feb. 3, 2021, where she received updates on current initiatives in enlisted development from the Dean of Enlisted Professional Military Education Dr. Kevin O’Meara, the Air Force Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy Commandant Chief Master
  • The Curtis E. LeMay Center for Doctrine Development and Education tills ground for new CSAF

    The Curtis E. LeMay Center for Doctrine Development and Education is launching some of the largest doctrine changes in recent memory to support the Chief of Staff of the Air Force’s mandate to “accelerate change or lose.” The LeMay Center Commander is the Air Force principal agent for Air Force doctrine and lessons learned, and provides input to joint doctrine. In this role, the LeMay Center ensures the development, promulgation, and teaching of doctrine as a common frame of reference and a starting point for the best way to employ airpower.
  • New chief academic officer to oversee quality education standards

    Dr. Heidi Ries has been selected as the Air Force Institute of Technology’s chief academic officer, responsible for overseeing and ensuring the highest standards of academic quality in both graduate and professional continuing education instruction and research.
  • Senior NCOs now part of course designed for leaders to ‘thrive’ in squadron command position

    Enlisted Airmen now sit as students in a course originally designed to help officers and civilians thrive, and not just survive, in squadron command positions
  • 42nd MDG Airmen leave for deployment

    The 25 deployed Airmen, which included clinicians, nurses, pharmacy technicians, medical technicians, logisticians and administrative personnel, joined the 335th Air Expeditionary Group, comprised of nearly 150 Airmen from bases across the country. The 335th AEG will man a FEMA vaccination center in Brooklyn, capable of administering 3,000 vaccinations daily.
  • EWI Fellows creating tangible results in a virtual world

    The United States Air Force’s Education with Industry, or EWI, program dates back to 1947. In its 73-year history, it has seen over 6,000 Fellows from more than 35 career fields loaned out to industry for a once in a lifetime behind the scenes look at some leading industry partners, too many to name here. Some of these Fellows went on to incredible career achievements, such as 1996 EWI alum and 2020 mid-tour guest speaker Maj. Gen. Michael J. Schmidt, a four-time program executive officer, now overseeing the command, control, communication, intelligence, and networks (C3N&I) at Hanscom AFB, Mass.
  • Overcoming skepticism through education: 42nd MDG worker gets vaccine

    Strong was offered the COVID-19 vaccine since she is categorized under “Phase 1a” of the DoD population schema. This means she receives priority in vaccine distribution because she supports patient care at the 42nd MDG, and she is at a higher risk of exposure to individuals who have contracted COVID-19.
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