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Air University & Maxwell AFB News

  • ALS Distance Learning 2.0 Launch

    Air University’s Airman Leadership School Distance Learning 2.0 is officially launching June 17, 2024, as part of the Global College of Professional Military Education at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.

  • Crusader of the Month Highlight: Senior Airman Alisha Couturier

    Senior Airman Alisha Couturier has been named "Crusader of the Month" for her exceptional service and leadership at the 42d Medical Group. In her 60-day tenure as the on-site subject matter expert in the immunizations section, Couturier's efforts have significantly bolstered the mission readiness of

  • AFIT professor earns Harold Brown award

    Air Force Institute of Technology faculty member Scott Nykl received the 2023 Harold Brown Award for his groundbreaking research on computer vision-based relative navigation for autonomous aerial refueling.

  • SAASS Class XXXIII Graduation

    After completing their 50-week curriculum, Class XXXIII of the School of Advanced Air and Space Studies (SAASS) celebrated their graduation at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. June 5, 2024. Two students were awarded Doctorates and 48 were awarded Master of Philosophy degrees in Military Strategy.

  • 908th celebrates MH-139 Grey Wolf

    The 908th Airlift Wing celebrated the MH-139A Grey Wolf helicopter and the unit's efforts for the past three and a half years preparing for the transition from a tactical airlift mission to a formal training mission during a ceremony May 31, 2024, at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.

  • 42nd Air Base Wing Crusaders

    The term "Crusader" holds deep historical significance within the 42nd Air Base Wing. During their deployment on the Free French Island of New Caledonia in 1943, the Airmen of the 42nd Bomb Group were bestowed with the nickname "Crusaders" by their French allies. Embracing this title, the unit