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  • CMSAF 19 visits Barnes Center for EPME and CCAF updates

    Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force JoAnne Bass visited the Thomas N. Barnes Center for Enlisted Education Feb. 3, 2021, where she received updates on current initiatives in enlisted development from the Dean of Enlisted Professional Military Education Dr. Kevin O’Meara, the Air Force Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy Commandant Chief Master
  • CCAF finalizes education partnership with Stillman College, first HBCU in GEM Program

    Stillman, located in Tuscaloosa, is the first Historically Black Colleges and Universities to sign up with CCAF’s General Education Mobile Program.
  • Community College of the Air Force reveals plans for new degree program

    The new Associate of Applied Science in Military Technology and Applied Sciences Management  degree is a flexible alternative for enlisted personnel serving in Air Force specialties lacking enough formal skills training to meet current degree program requirements, said Dr. Hank Dasinger, the dean of CCAF.
  • CCAF sets end date for Professional Manager Certification

    The Community College of the Air Force will no longer accept applications for the Professional Manager Certification program after Sept. 30, 2019.
  • My advanced education journey started with CCAF

    My educational journey started after talking to a guidance counselor at the education office at Bergstom AFB, Texas. The counselor provided excellent information regarding the Community College of the Air Force. She explained that since I had just completed technical training school for the military personnel career field, all I needed were about 10 classes to obtain my associate degree in the field. She also provided a road map on what courses I needed to complete to reach this goal.
  • AU-ABC program expands enlisted education opportunities

    Airmen join the Air Force for a variety of reasons, but perhaps the most common is for the service’s vast educational opportunities. The Air University-Associate-to-Baccalaureate Cooperative program, or AU-ABC, is perhaps a little-known opportunity that can reap big rewards. The AU-ABC was created to help enlisted Airmen pursue advanced education beyond the associate degrees they earn through the Community College of the Air Force. The program links CCAF graduates to accredited civilian academic institutions that offer online or distance learning bachelor’s degrees.
  • Airman recognized during CCAF historical event

    During the 2017 Senior Enlisted Leadership Summit, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright recognized Senior MSgt. Duane Caudill as the Community College of the Air Force’s 500,000th degree recipient.
  • Advisory board set to improve CCAF

    Secretary of the Air Force Deborah James officially approved a Community College of the Air Force Subcommittee to the Air University Board of Visitors July, 1, 2016.  A team of three appointed board members traveled to CCAF on the Maxwell-Gunter Annex, Alabama, July 26th to attend CCAFs Education Services Advisory Panel and gain an understanding of
  • Ben Smith: The fight for life

    Rusty barbwire fencing surrounds the pastures throughout Ben Smith’s small Alabama hometown. Ben longed for an opportunity to place the dirt roads in his rear view mirror, destination success ahead. “Airman Smith,” had a nice ring to it, he thought.Smith saw the military as his only path to getting an education. He was too small for an athletic
  • CCAF breaks record sixth consecutive year

    The Community College of the Air Force awarded 23,206 associate of applied science degrees in 2015, breaking the record for number of graduates six consecutive years."CCAF had an amazing year in 2015. We think CCAF is more relevant and more popular than ever before," said Lt. Col. Nathan Leap, CCAF commander. "The education helps our Airmen form
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