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  • Survivor of 2011 Frankfurt airport shooting speaks with Maxwell junior enlisted

    One of the survivors of the terrorist attack on a busload of Airmen at the Frankfurt Airport in 2011
  • AU honors international alumni

    Air University’s International Honor Roll program recognized 12 international officer graduates who have attained a prominent position in their home country, April 20, 2018, at the Maxwell Club here.
  • Maxwell hosts second JEALS

    The Maxwell – Gunter Junior Enlisted Advisory Council and the Gunter First Four Council hosted the
  • Air Force ROTC commissions Navajo Nation member

    One of the Air Force’s newest members to its officer corps is continuing the Navajo Nation’s proud
  • Maxwell Chaplains host National Prayer Breakfast

    The Maxwell chaplains invited the base community to share food and prayer during the annual National
  • Maxwell celebrates 100 years of history

    Since it’s conception in 1918, Maxwell Air Force Base has played a pivotal role in airpower, providing the Air Force with innovation, education and leadership training. One hundred years have passed and the Maxwell community has grown to be a more integral part of the River Region. Members from around the base and local community gathered together in order to celebrate the occasion April 6-7.
  • Cyber College dominates cyber competition

    Air University’s Cyber College is quickly making its mark as a dominant force in the cyber realm. A
  • Air University wraps up third annual LREC symposium

    Air University’s third annual Language, Regional Expertise and Culture Symposium was held Wednesday and Thursday, here. The event welcomed experts from around the world to talk about the importance of culture and language’s role in airpower. The theme for this year’s symposium was “Cultural Agility,” based on the Air Force Future Operating Concept for 2035, which focuses on operational agility.
  • Highlighting the importance of diversity in today’s Air Force

    The Maxwell Equal Opportunity office welcomed members from the community to celebrate diversity Friday during the base’s fifth annual Cultural Awareness Day event in the Honor Guard Hangar here. Brig. Gen. Stacey T. Hawkins, Ogden Air Logistics Complex commander, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, was a guest speaker and shared his insight on why diversity is so important in today’s Air Force. He mentioned that his focus for the day was going to be about three themes: remembering, reflecting and renewing.
  • Air Force Reservist brings comic-con to military members

    Make-up, costumes and talent came together Saturday, to create a one of a kind masterpieces to
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Department of Defense

10/4/2019
In South and Central America, four foreign powers are operating with differing involvement across all elements of national power, the commander of U.S. Southern Command said.
10/4/2019
The top U.S. commander in Europe says the U.S. military will play a more productive role in NATO protecting Europe against Russian threats.
10/4/2019
Saeed Shnawa, an Iraq native who served as a translator for coalition forces during Operation Iraqi Freedom, enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 2017.
10/3/2019
The department must recognize each worker's contributions so the armed forces can retain the nation's technological edge and military superiority, Defense Secretary Dr. Mark T. Esper said.
10/3/2019
The Defense Department was largely successful in providing nearly $250 million in aid to Ukraine, a Pentagon spokesman said.
10/2/2019
Projecting power by quickly moving people and equipment around the world is a top priority for U.S. Transportation Command, Transcom's commander said.