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  • Airmen trade blue stripes for gold bars, silver wings

    Few things tell an Airman it’s time for a fresh uniform quite like swapping enlisted stripes for second lieutenant’s rank. For a pair of former airmen first class, now second lieutenants, their gold bars come with silver pilots’ wings.
  • Air Force ROTC honors former NORAD commander with distinguished alum award

    Headquarters Air Force ROTC at Air University inducted the former commander of United States Northern Command and North American Aerospace Defense Command into its Distinguished Alumni Program during an induction ceremony at the University of New Hampshire, Nov. 12, 2019.Retired Gen. Lori Robinson accepted the award at her alma mater, surrounded by
  • Air Force Junior ROTC partners with CSforALL to bring computer science, cyber education to classrooms

    Air Force Junior ROTC and CSforAll have teamed up on a pilot program to grow and diversify the technology workforce in computer science and cyber education.The program is designed to increase Air Force Junior ROTC cadet participation in college preparatory computer science and cybersecurity programs, improve the diversity and size of the national
  • AFGSC commander presents awards to OTS “Godzilla” class 19-07

    Members from Air University’s Officer Training School’s “Godzilla” class 19-07 received various awards from the Air Force Global Strike Command commander, Gen. Tim Ray, during a ceremony Sept. 26, 2019, here.
  • Air University’s “Godzilla” class graduates OTS

    Air University’s Officer Training School class 19-07 has run its course, boosting the number of Air Force commissioned officers by 651 after the graduation parade Sept. 27, 2019, in Montgomery, Alabama.
  • Air Force Junior ROTC wins AFA Chairman’s award

    The Air Force Association recognized Air Force Junior ROTC with the Chairman’s Award for Aerospace Education Achievement during the Air Force Birthday Dinner Sept. 18, 2019, in National Harbor, Maryland.
  • 36AS's Pilot for a Day

    The 36th Airlift Squadron recently rebooted the Pilot for a Day program to inspire the next generation to consider pursuing careers in the world of aviation. The day included a full tour of the squadron, a mission brief, aircrew flight equipment familiarization and culminated in a C-130J Super Hercules flight.
  • CSAF Private Pilot Scholarship Program changing face of US aviation

    In 2018, almost half of all newly licensed female pilots between the ages of 17 and 19 were graduates of the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Flight Academy. This year, 150 cadets each received a scholarship from the Chief of Staff of the Air Force Scholarship Program to attend one of 11 universities across the country for an intensive eight-week program, and 45 percent of the class was female or minority.
  • AFIT Advanced Cyber Education program develops cadets’ cybersecurity skills

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- Forty-five Air Force and Army ROTC cadets completed the Air Force Institute of Technology’s Advanced Cyber Education program here with a Hackfest July 29 through Aug. 2.The Advanced Cyber Education program, better known as ACE, covers a wide variety of cybersecurity related disciplines to develop original
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