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  • CCAF graduates 350,000th student

    Base leaders, families and service members gathered here June 13 to welcome the spring 2014 graduates of the Community College of the Air Force.Officials awarded selected students with the Pitsenbarger Award Scholarship, the John and Kathy Hood Military Scholarship and made a special presentation to Senior Airman Kevin Duran, of the 421st Combat
  • CCAF: A lighthouse for the enlisted

    The Community College of the Air Force serves as a lighthouse for enlisted Airmen searching for a path to receive college credits for their military service on the road to getting their associate degrees.Established April 1, 1972, the CCAF is the world's only degree granting institution for enlisted personnel and is regionally accredited through
  • CCAF: A lighthouse for enlisted

    The Community College of the Air Force serves as a lighthouse for enlisted Airmen searching for a path to receive college credits for their military service on the road to getting their associate degrees.Established April 1, 1972, the CCAF is the world's only degree granting institution for enlisted personnel and is regionally accredited through
  • CCAF opens doors for prior enlisted officer

    It was never really something he looked into. His father served for 20 years, but joining the military didn't cross the then high school student's mind. His plan was to go to college and get a computer science degree.Sports and educational scholarships covered some of his expenses to attend two colleges, Jackson State University and Mississippi
  • Enrollment for free CCAF-credit culture course begins March 6

    The Air Force Culture and Language Center begins accepting applications for the spring 2014 session of "Introduction to Culture" March 6. The ITC course is entirely online, self-paced and is offered at no charge to enlisted active duty Airmen, Air Reservists or Air National Guardsmen enrolled in Community College of the Air Force programs. The
  • Community College of the Air Force spooks for fun

    Witches, zombies and vampires will haunt the classrooms of the Community College of the Air Force from 5-8 p.m. Oct. 25 as the college staff and other volunteers put on their annual free Haunted College event.It's a scarefest for all ages that not only gives back to the community but gives a morale boost among coworkers of CCAF at Gunter."For us,
  • AETC garners 4 awards at AFA Gala

    The Central Florida Chapter of the Air Force Association recognized Air Education and Training Command with four awards at the chapter's Air Force Gala banquet in Orlando, Fla., Feb. 21.Air University, AETC Technical Training Division, AETC Medical Training and Community College of the Air Force were named Jimmy Doolittle Educational Fellows. The
  • Registration for free CCAF-credit culture course available now

    The Air Force Culture and Language Center, part of the Air University's Spaatz Center, is now accepting applications for the spring 2013 session of its introduction to culture course.The self-paced ITC course is entirely online and is offered at no charge to enlisted active-duty Airmen, Air Reservists and Air National Guardsmen enrolled in a
  • CCAF awards 400,000th Degree

    Recently, the Community College of the Air Force awarded its 400,000th CCAF degree to Senior Airman Emily Barchenger.In September, Barchenger completed the required credits to obtain the degree while deployed as an intelligence analyst to the 379th Air Expeditionary Wing in Southwest Asia. The 400,000th degree emphasizes CCAF's mission to offer and
  • CCAF Turns 40

    Recently the Community College of the Air Force hosted an open house honoring the college's 40th anniversary. The CCAF concept evolved in the early 1970s as a means of gaining recognition for Air Force training. Led by Lt. Gen. George B. Simler, commander of Air Training Command, Air Force visionaries recognized the need to enhance the skills of
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