Air University / Maxwell AFB News

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  • AFRI holds symposium to define future operators

    "Effects on the battlefield define a future Air Force operator" became a common theme in summation briefings July 23 at the Future Operators Symposium sponsored by the Air Force Research Institute, or AFRI, July 21-23 at Maxwell. Symposium Director retired Col. Scott Johnson said more than 300 participants, including 15 flag officers, were divided
  • Top 3 inducts new Senior NCOs

    The Maxwell-Gunter "Top 3" organizations recognized 44 new senior noncommissioned officers in an induction ceremony July 24 at Gunter's Falcon's Nest. The ceremony concluded the week's professional development seminar hosted by the Top 3, according to spokesperson Master Sgt. LaShema Lewis- Karabuga. The primary objective of the seminar is to
  • AFROTC wins MAJCOM award for field training overhaul

    The Jeanne M. Holm Center for Officer Accessions and Civilian Development's Air Force ROTC field training team was recently recognized as one of Air Education and Training Command's winners for the 2009 Chief of Staff Team Excellence Award (CSTEA). The Air Force ROTC program is offered in 144 universities in the U.S. and is the designed to recruit,
  • Teens complete Cadet Officer School at Maxwell

    While most high school students are taking a summer break, 119 Civil Air Patrol Cadets from across America decided to challenge their academic and physical skills at Maxwell. This youth development program teaches CAP's top one percent, ages 16 to 20, important skills in leadership, character, airpower heritage, communications and strategic
  • Gold Bar Recruiter program returns to the Holm Center

    The Air Force ROTC Gold Bar Recruiter program completed its first annual training course Thursday at Maxwell for 18 second lieutenants, said Brig. Gen. Teresa Djuric, Holm Center commander. This is the first group of lieutenants to go through the 10-day "Gold Bar" training course since the program was converted to a contract in 2002, said General
  • Instructor, students reunite at combined ops

    Life has had its "ups and downs" for Master Sgt. Michael Sanders over the last few years, but his assignment to the Senior NCO Academy's Class 09-D at Gunter has proven to be one of the "ups."From 2004 to 2007, Sergeant Sanders was one of a select group of senior NCOs who participated in the Reserve Officer Training Corps Enlisted Instructor
  • Maxwell-Gunter June exercise a success

    Scenarios for the June Maxwell-Gunter exercise included a major accident response exercise, an active-shooter, mass casualties, flight-line protection and a force protection condition change, and the base's Exercise Evaluation Team chief said he was pleased by the response of base members involved in the exercise."The purpose of this exercise was
  • CAP-USAF realigns with Holm Center

    Civil Air Patrol-United States Air Force was realigned under the Jeanne M. Holm Center for Officer Accessions and Citizen Development in a ceremony held at the center's Leadership Hall, June 11.Lt. Gen. Allen Peck, Air University commander, said the realignment is part of the evolution of Air University and falls under the category of an
  • Technical Sergeant 09E6 selections released

    Congratulations to the newest 09E6 technical sergeant selects from Maxwell Air Force Base and Gunter Annex. Air UniversityRachelle Anderson                      Nicole HumphreyTrametrice JonesDaniel SalkowskiChad SontagJohnathan Steed42nd Air Base WingScottie Boyd              42nd Security Forces Squadron Mark Delcambre      42nd SFS James
  • AETC announces individual, team awards

    AETC Chief of Staff Team Excellence AwardOn behalf of Maj. Gen. Anthony F. Przybyslawski, Air Education and Training Command vice commander, AETC is pleased to announce that the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Field Training Team, Holm Center, is among the AETC winners for the 2009 Chief of Staff Team Excellence Award. The Chief of Staff