Air University & Maxwell AFB News

  • Every training counts

    Staff Sgt. Shakira Mathis, the Air Force Chaplain Corps College’s noncommissioned officer in charge of operations management, was on official travel when she saved a life using her Air Force training earlier this year.

  • AFCCC: Forging Tradition in the Midst of Accelerated Change

    As the U.S. Air and Space Forces prepare for the future high-end fight, Air Force Chief of Staff, General Charles Brown has challenged the services to “Accelerate Change or Lose.” The Chaplain Corps has certainly experienced and responded to this “Accelerated Change” with its quick reaction to the

  • I’m a Believer: One Chaplain’s Testimony that ASIST Works

    Chaplain (1st Lt.) Paul Ringheiser is a traditional reservist assigned to Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in North Carolina. As a civilian, he is an Assistant Fire Chief at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point. Upon beginning the ASIST course during BCC, he said initially he felt the training

  • ROKAF visits Chaplain Corps

    Chaplain, Lt. Col. Ilwoo Lee, Republic of Korea Air Force, upcoming ROKAF Chief of Chaplains, Chaplain, Col. Samuel Lee, United Nations Command, Combined Forces Command and United States Forces Korea Command chaplain, Chaplain, Col. Kwang-Nam Na, ROKAF Chief of Chaplains, Chaplain, Col. Michael

  • Virtual reality around the circle: eSchool of Graduate PME

     Air University’s eSchool of Graduate Professional Military Education is exploring a new technological platforms in their upcoming elective: Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality and Related Technologies in Learning for the National Security Enterprise.The course focuses on the technical aspects of

  • Maxwell Chaplains host National Prayer Breakfast

    The Maxwell chaplains invited the base community to share food and prayer during the annual National Prayer Breakfast hosted at the Maxwell Club April 18, 2018. The base event is an extension of the National Prayer Breakfast that has been held in Washington D.C., annually since 1953. During the

  • AF Chaplain Corps College returns to Maxwell

    The Air Force Chaplain Corps College officially returns to Maxwell on April 1, 2017, after being in the Palmetto State for nearly seven years. The college had been operating at the Army’s Fort Jackson in South Carolina after it was moved there effective May 6, 2010, following a Base Realignment and