Air University & Maxwell AFB News

  • AETC command team visits Maxwell

    Robinson started the visit with a mission overview briefing and discussion of the 42nd’s priorities and opportunities.“When we’re making these decisions about the base infrastructure and resources, we need to focus on getting it right not just for next year, but for those who come after us,”

  • Knowledge that saves lives

    The 908th Aeromedical Staging Squadron taught an introductory life support course on July 10, 2022, at the clinic on Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.The class focused on roles and responsibilities in a moment of crisis, and ended with the 10 Airmen in attendance receiving a two-year CPR

  • Tullos returns to Maxwell to command Air University

    A career security forces officer, Tullos received her commission in 1992 through Officer Training School at Maxwell. She served as the commander of Maxwell’s 42nd Air Base Wing from May 2014 to June 2016.

  • Siblings in Service

    For those who serve, the military can become a second family. The shared experiences of service members working toward a common goal creates a unique bond that is not easily broken. Feeling connected and comfortable with those you serve alongside day in and day out is vital to effectively carrying

  • Introducing the 908th Airlift Wing’s Program Integration Office

    On April 8, 2022, the 908th Airlift Wing at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, said goodbye to its aging C-130H aircraft. Now the wing is working to transition to providing MH-139A Grey Wolf helicopter training, bringing together Air Education and Training Command, Air Force Global Strike Command and

  • AFROTC grants accommodations for first Sikh cadet

    Cadet Gursharan Virk, a sophomore information assurance major at Detachment 255 at University of Iowa, is now allowed to wear Sikhism ceremonial accessories and abide by the religion’s grooming standards, which includes wearing a turban, necklace and bracelet, while having an uncut beard, in

  • Every training counts

    Staff Sgt. Shakira Mathis, the Air Force Chaplain Corps College’s noncommissioned officer in charge of operations management, was on official travel when she saved a life using her Air Force training earlier this year.