Air University / Maxwell AFB News

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  • ANG Det. 12 comes to Air University

    In a ceremony at Officer Training School, Detachment 12, Air National Guard Readiness Center, was activated, and Lt. Col. Ronald Daniels took command of the new unit Oct. 2. Formerly the Academy of Military Sciences at McGhee Tyson ANG Base, Tenn., Detachment 12 opened its doors to its first class O-2010-1 Monday. Air University commander Lt. Gen.
  • Air Force Chief of Staff names MIT cadet as cadet of the year

    The Air Force Chief of Staff, Gen. Norton A. Schwartz, recently named the 2009 United States Air Force Cadet of the Year. Cadet Col. Ryan W. Castonia, a senior, majoring in Aerospace Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was notified of the honor in an official letter signed by the general. He is a member of the Air Force
  • AFROTC detachment’s improvement program spotlights AF history, beautifies facilities

    University of Florida Air Force ROTC detachment 150 cadets are in their final months of a four-year improvement program ensuring all who enter the detachment halls are aware they are in 'blue' territory. The improvement program began in 2006 when routine spring cleaning led to the discovery of historic Air Force documents and inspired the
  • Federally Employed Women award luncheon focuses on ‘Keys to Success’

    Award nominees and their supporters embraced the "Keys to Success" at an Aug. 27 awards luncheon sponsored by the Federal Women's Program Committee and Federally Employed Women. The event, which helped mark August as Federal Woman's Month at Maxwell, honored the 22 nominees and five winners of Distinguished Service Awards in four categories, as
  • Maxwell Web site gets new look, gives users easier navigation options

    Following in the footsteps of the Air Force's official Web site, Maxwell Airmen may have noticed the new design to the installation Web site, www.maxwell.af.mil, effective Monday. The migration of the Air Force's 315 public Web sites to a "clutter-free" template are scheduled to continue through the end of 2009. The site transition to the current
  • Holm Center inducts first ROTC 'Distinguished Alumni'

    The honor of being the first person inducted into the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps' Distinguished Graduates went to a former commander of Air Combat Command. Retired Gen. Ronald Keys, a distinguished graduate of Kansas State University's ROTC program, was at Air University Holm Center for Officer Accession and Citizen Development at
  • Maxwell Airmen one click away from hometown recognition

    Air University schools have graduated more than 120,000 students since the beginning of fiscal year 2009, according to the Air Education and Training Command 2009 Snapshot. So far this year, only 104 AU graduates and Maxwell Airmen have employed the Joint Hometown News Service program, which "showcases the accomplishments and worldwide activities
  • Maxwell-Gunter volunteers clean up area schools

    Volunteers from Maxwell-Gunter organizations were well represented in the Montgomery area school clean-up weekends this summer. The heat and humidity did not deter or hamper the spirits of droves of volunteers who cleaned, painted, trimmed and mowed at the schools in time for the first day of class Aug. 7. Many volunteers brought their own mowers,
  • Inspector General is here to help

    Air University Inspector General Col. James Powell said the function of the Inspector General Complaint Resolution Program is sometimes misunderstood. Servicemembers sometimes think that the IG will fix all their problems, but that's not entirely true. IGs are actually sworn to be fair, impartial and objective fact-finders and problem solvers. "The
  • Bronze Star awarded to Holm Center captain for meritorious service

    The executive officer to the commander of the Jeanne M. Holm Center for Officer Accessions and Citizen Development was awarded the Bronze Star July 24 for his exceptional leadership enabling development and governance while deployed to Afghanistan. Capt. Kenneth O. McGrew was assigned as an intelligence officer to the Kapisa and Parwan Intelligence