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  • Juggling enlisted life and advanced education

    Now a Ph.D., Chief Master Sergeant Jackie-Lynn Brown recalls her mother pecking away, key by key, on an old, manual typewriter at the dinner table.  She remembers her saying, "We can be 10 years older and have our degree or we can be 10 years older and not have it." It was her mother's words of wisdom many years ago and the opportunities afforded
  • AUABC program helps Airmen earn baccalaureate degree

    Since 1977 the Community College of the Air Force provided enlisted Airmen an opportunity to earn their Associates in Applied Science degrees.Today, more than 300,000 Airmen are enrolled in CCAF making it the largest community college in the world. In 2007 Air University in cooperation with CCAF started a program that can help Airmen take their
  • ANG two-star visits CCAF

    Maj. Gen. John McCoy, Air National Guard assistant to the Air Education and Training Command commander, conducted an Air National Guard All Call at his first alma mater - the Community College of the Air Force, July 15, 2015.McCoy served as an enlisted member of both the Wisconsin Army and Air National Guard before receiving his commission in 1986
  • Leap assumes command of CCAF

    The Community College of the Air Force welcomed its new commander at Maxwell Air Force Base, June 19, 2015.Lt. Col. Nathan Leap assumed command from Lt. Col. Michael Artelli, who spearheaded the world's only degree-granting institution for enlisted personnel since July 2013.During Artelli's time as commander, CCAF has had record-breaking number of
  • Leap assumes command of CCAF

    The Community College of the Air Force welcomed its new commander at Maxwell Air Force Base, June 19, 2015.Lt. Col. Nathan Leap assumed command from Lt. Col. Michael Artelli, who spearheaded the world's only degree-granting institution for enlisted personnel since July 2013.During Artelli's time as commander, CCAF has had record-breaking number of
  • CCAF graduates largest spring class ever

    The Community College of the Air Force celebrated its 43rd birthday on April 1, 2015. But the spring season brought a lot more to the college.CCAF awarded 11,575 associate degrees to its spring graduating class, the largest spring class in its 43-year history. More than 456,000 Airmen have graduated since CCAF's beginnings in 1972."The CCAF vision
  • Air Force COOL program kicks off

    The Community College of the Air Force officially launched the Air Force Credentialing Opportunities On-Line program, March 16.Air Force COOL is a pathway for enlisted Airmen to earn industry recognized professional certifications and licenses to enhance their active-duty work and to prepare them as they transition to the civilian job market after
  • CLEP Prep program starting at Maxwell

    A new program is starting at Maxwell to better prepare Airmen striving to complete their Community College of the Air Force degrees.With the final planning meeting taking place as February concludes, the Maxwell-Gunter Top 3 organization encourages Airmen to take part in the new CLEP Prep program as they work toward their associate degree in
  • CCAF affiliate school creates two new online courses for DOD personnel

    During the days of vacation, excitement, and reflection that surround the beginning of a new year, setting resolutions is a common occurrence for many. If your resolution was advancing your education, the U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Operations School located at the U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center can get you started.The USAF EOS recently began
  • CCAF graduates largest class to date

    The Community College of the Air Force's October class broke records when 13,042 graduates earned their associate of applied science degree.With the graduates from the April class, the year 2014 has had a total of 23,160 graduates.Breaking records is nothing new for the CCAF. It is the largest community college in the nation with a 6,000-person
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