Air University & Maxwell AFB News

  • 908th Security Forces Squadron Welcomes New Commander

    The commander of the 908th Mission Support Group, Col. Clinton Cash, transferred command of the 908th Security Forces Squadron to Maj. Scott Graves during an Assumption of Command ceremony July 10, 2022 at Maxwell Air Force Base.

  • 908th Civil Engineer Squadron Welcomes New Commander

    The commander of the 908th Airlift Wing’s Mission Support Group, Col. Clinton Cash, transferred command of the 908th Civil Engineering Squadron to Lt. Col. Randall Gibbs during an Assumption of Command ceremony, July 9, 2022 at Maxwell Air Force Base.

  • 908th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Welcomes New Commander

    The commander of the 908th Maintenance Group, Lt. Col. Stuart Martin, transferred command of the 908th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron to Maj. Manuel de Diego during an Assumption of Command ceremony July 9, 2022 at Maxwell Air Force Base.

  • New honorary commanders inducted at 42nd Air Base Wing

    The 42nd ABW Honorary Commander’s Program connects leaders within the community to wing commanders to provide an opportunity to learn more about the base’s mission and strengthen relationships between the base and local communities.

  • 908th Maintenance Group Welcomes New Commander

    The commander of the 908th Airlift Wing, Col. Craig Drescher, bestowed command of the 908th Maintenance Group to Lt. Col. Stuart Martin during an Assumption of Command ceremony, July 9, 2022 at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.

  • Freeman takes command of Air War College

    Brigadier Gen. William Freeman took command of Air War College from Brig. Gen. Michael Rawls during a change of command ceremony on July 7, 2022, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.

  • AFJROTC instructor retires after 58 years in uniform

    Retired Senior Master Sgt. David Weissgerber, aerospace science instructor, AFJROTC Unit JA-932, Kadena High School, Okinawa, Japan, will be retiring after an astounding 35-year career as an AFJROTC instructor, and this on top a distinguished 23-year active duty military career.

  • Hecker departs Maxwell, Air University for Europe

    General James Hecker took command of U.S. Air Forces in Europe – Air Forces Africa and NATO Allied Air Command on June 27, 2022, with Europe facing challenges brought on by Russia’s invasion of the Ukraine.