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  • Developing leaders through CLA and Baltic Defence College curriculum collaboration

    Air Education and Training Command’s mission is to recruit, train, and educate exceptional Airmen. This role isn’t limited to just Air Force members; the Chiefs Leadership Academy, part of Air University’s Barnes Center for Enlisted Education at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., participated in a three-day virtual planning workshop with the Baltic Defence College in Tartu, Estonia, April 6-8, 2021. The workshop introduced the academic standards held by Air University and delivered through its schools, including the CLA. The event identified the tasks and expectations for participants, and synchronized efforts in preparation for the Command Senior Enlisted Leadership course, which will occur in Sept. – Dec. 2021.
  • Students return to Air University for in-residence classes

    Starting this month, AU’s Squadron Officer School, Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy and Chief Leadership Academy began resuming in-residence classes.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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
  • Maxwell civilian defender reflects on career

    Morris Barnes, 42nd Security Forces Squadron flight sergeant, has nearly 40 years of experience in law enforcement. In his job, Barnes supervises both military and civilian defenders. He enlisted in the Air Force in 1983 as a security forces defender, the career he had always aspired to pursue.
  • Maxwell, AU Airmen realize dreams of transferring to U.S. Space Force

    When the window opened for Air Force officers and enlisted to apply to transfer to the U.S. Space Force in early 2020, and after giving it much thought, Capt. Hector Saunders threw his name into the ring.
  • Barnes Center continues partnership with Senegalese air force

    Nearly two years of coordination, instruction and practice culminated in an event Dec. 8-10, 2020, where Senegalese student-instructors were evaluated on their teaching skills as they conducted lessons on historical figures from their country. This third collaboration among the partners was held virtually via Microsoft Teams.
  • SNCOA instructor attends Royal Canadian Air Force Academy course

    Senior Master Sgt. Matthew R. Mitchell, Air Force Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy instructor, was recently selected to attend the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) annual Senior Air Environmental Qualification (SAEQ) course. 
  • CCAF finalizes education partnership with Stillman College, first HBCU in GEM Program

    Stillman, located in Tuscaloosa, is the first Historically Black Colleges and Universities to sign up with CCAF’s General Education Mobile Program.
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