Air University & Maxwell AFB News

  • Air Force Surgeon General visits Maxwell

    Air Force Medical Service leaders visited the Maxwell clinic and the Airmen who work there, Feb. 7. Air Force Surgeon General Lt. Gen. Mark A. Ediger and the Medical Enlisted Force and Enlisted Corps Chief, Chief Master Sgt. George Cum made a point during their time on Maxwell to meet the staff at

  • AF Chaplain Corps College returns to Maxwell

    The Air Force Chaplain Corps College officially returns to Maxwell on April 1, 2017, after being in the Palmetto State for nearly seven years. The college had been operating at the Army’s Fort Jackson in South Carolina after it was moved there effective May 6, 2010, following a Base Realignment and

  • Providing honor and pride even after death

    "It's not the dead that scares me, but rather the living," said Christine Bushby, 42d Force Support Squadron Mortuary Affairs and Readiness technician. "When a death happens, especially unexpected, the raw human emotion is hard to bear witness."Every day, people enter or leave the military even if

  • AFCLC to host first AU LREC Symposium

    The Air Force Culture and Language Center hosts its first Air University Language, Regional Expertise and Culture Symposium, April 21-22.This event will offer Air University students, faculty and staff a unique forum in which to engage in an open dialogue about intercultural experiences and present

  • Air University summit addresses medical officer education, partnerships

    Air University held its first summit recently designed to take a look at new educational opportunities for the next generation of military medical officers and to advance collaboration and partnerships between military and civilian healthcare professionals.The goal for the Air University Medical

  • Air Force JAG School starts new course

    The Air Force Judge Advocate General's School recently added a new course to its curriculum in conjunction with the Wing and Group Commanders Course at the Ira C. Eaker Center for Professional Development.The Senior Officer Legal Orientation Course, a two-day advanced legal course for commanders, is

  • Academic circle repaving starts March 3

    Due to a low rating on a recent pavement condition survey conducted by the Air Force Civil Engineer Support Agency, a full repair of Chennault Circle on Maxwell will begin March 3. The repaving is part of a larger project aimed at making repairs to various streets and parking lots. Other areas of

  • Air Force launches enhanced professional development site

    The Ira C. Eaker Center for Professional Development recently made available a new tool to assist civilians with their professional development.The Civilian Development Resource Center is an online clearinghouse providing access to development roadmaps and learning programs and thousands of no-cost

  • ACSC students visit CNN Headquarters, discuss military-media relations

    Eleven Air Command and Staff College students visited both the headquarters of CNN and a Defense Department news distribution operation November 20 as part of the elective "The War for Public Opinion," produced by the U.S. Air Force Public Affairs Center of Excellence.At CNN, the students were given