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  • Colonel Hastings to carry on ACSC transformation

    Transformation is the buzzword at today's Air University, and that message could be heard during the most recent change of command.Col. Brian Hastings, along with his family, was welcomed as the new Air Command and Staff College commandant during a ceremony here, August 3."It is an exciting time to be a part of ACSC; to see where we've been and
  • ACSC builds AF partnerships with State Department through Embassy Immersion Program

    A group of Air Command and Staff College students from the Political Affairs Strategist and Language Enabled Airman programs participated in a six-week embassy immersion exchange with the Department of State to build partnerships and improve interagency relationships on behalf of the Secretary of the Air Force, International Affairs Office.For the
  • ACSC students tackle AF future in “Staff Challenge”

    Hundreds of students from the Air Command and Staff College at Maxwell Air Force base sat in Wood Auditorium May 21 awaiting the Air University Commander to announce which paper would be selected."Flight 7!" announced Lt. Gen. Steven Kwast, Air University commander and president.Flight 7, comprised of 12 ACSC students, wrote a paper on "Cyber
  • AU students compete in SecDef, CJCS essay competition

    Several Air University students placed in the top 15 of the Secretary of Defense and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Strategic Essay Competitions, with an Air War College student writing the winning entry in one of the categories.*The competition, conducted by National Defense University Press, is broken down into two categories: Secretary of
  • AU students innovate with Leading Edge Symposium

    Air University students shared opinions and ideas about Air Force-related topics to drive innovative thinking and to encourage the acceptance of new ideas during the Leading Edge Symposium held at the Maxwell Club, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, May 7-8, 2015.The symposium was a student-organized event that allowed 15 students to present
  • A box of hope

    In a room where future military leaders take a break from their studies, decorated with memorabilia of those who have carved out their niche in military history, sits a box.  Seemingly out of place at first, but its purpose fits right in with the values displayed by the men and women who walk these halls.The box was left here by Ali Munshi and
  • ACSC, AWC build partnerships at International Culture Day

    The 111 international officers attending Air War College and Air Command and Staff College shared their cultures with their fellow students during the annual International Culture Day, March 28, 2015, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.AWC and ACSC students, faculty and families had the opportunity to build upon partnerships and experience 62
  • ACSC team takes 4th place at Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge

    Airmen from Air Command and Staff College earned 4th place at the Atlantic Council's third annual Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge competition March 13 - 14 held at the American University in Washington, D.C.The four-man team, comprised of ACSC students Maj. Christopher Baker, Maj. Christopher Phillips, Maj. Benjamin Youngquist and Maj. George Sconyers
  • Maxwell ACSC instructor accepts DoD award

    Alexander Haig, a former Army general who also served as the U.S. secretary of state under President Ronald Regan, once said, "Practice rather than preach. ... Dare to the level of your capability and then go beyond to a higher level."An Army instructor at Air Command and Staff College, who took that adage to heart while he served in Afghanistan,
  • International military leaders inducted into AU Honor Roll

    Newly enshrined into the Air University International Honor Roll, 14 alumni and one representative gathered at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, for the formal induction ceremony Dec. 3 to celebrate their successes since graduating from the university.This year's induction to the honor roll included 24 international officers, the largest class in

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