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  • SecAF, CSAF visit AU for 66th annual National Security Forum

    The NSF is designed to inform community influencers on Air University and the Air Force’s current and future objectives as well as plans for enhancing national security, and is hosted by Air War College on behalf of the Secretary of the Air Force.
  • A New Home for One of the Brave

    In the early 2000s, escalating tensions in Iraq caused severe damage to the region. Many Iraqi citizens fled the country’s borders, fearing for their lives under Saddam Hussein’s rule. It’s doubtful too many had hopes of one day becoming an American, and even fewer, an American Airman.
  • Air University Fellows Program offers two-year developmental opportunity for officers as students, faculty

    As the U.S. Air Force’s pinnacle institution, Air University leverages select Airmen for a two-year developmental opportunity on campus as part of the AU Fellows program.
  • Flagships of education

    For current or future Air Force commissioned officers, two names represent the pinnacle of education within the force. While these flagship institutions have, up to now, worked mostly independent of one another, Air University and the U.S. Air Force Academy have come together to formally synchronize their efforts for producing future leaders for the service.
  • Barnes Center rolls out new ALS curriculum

    When pencils go down and scores go up, senior airmen across the Air Force check to see their line number. Out of thousands, a name they recognize as their own shows up and, when the dust they kicked up from clicking their heels finally settles, a unit first sergeant, commander or supervisor lets them know when they’ll be headed to Airman Leadership School.
  • Air University Press releases The Military Commander and the Law, 15th edition

    Today’s Air Force commanders face a wide range of issues, many of which involve complex statutes, laws, regulations and rules. Commanders must deal with challenging legal matters ranging from military justice to environmental law to operations law.
  • AU students produce research on innovative leadership

    Two Air University students attending separate courses presented new research on how change is influenced and promoted within the Air Force.
  • Airey NCOA moves to Maxwell awaiting Tyndall reconstruction

    In late 2018, Tyndall Air Force Base sustained severe damage from Hurricane Michael, affecting nearly every building and mission on the installation. Among those impacted by the storm, the Airey Noncommissioned Officer Academy faced the loss of their learning environment.
  • EDTF starts at Air University

    The Electromagnetic Defense Task Force Summit 2.0 kicked off April 29, at the Air University, bringing more than 300 military and civilian leaders from NATO and across the nation to look at threats and responses to challenges in the electromagnetic spectrum.
  • SANDS students visit Europe, gain new perspectives

    Students from Air University’s School of Advanced Nuclear Deterrence Studies met with European allies last month to gain new perspectives and alternative views on how different parts of the world define nuclear deterrence.
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Department of Defense

10/4/2019
In South and Central America, four foreign powers are operating with differing involvement across all elements of national power, the commander of U.S. Southern Command said.
10/4/2019
The top U.S. commander in Europe says the U.S. military will play a more productive role in NATO protecting Europe against Russian threats.
10/4/2019
Saeed Shnawa, an Iraq native who served as a translator for coalition forces during Operation Iraqi Freedom, enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 2017.
10/3/2019
The department must recognize each worker's contributions so the armed forces can retain the nation's technological edge and military superiority, Defense Secretary Dr. Mark T. Esper said.
10/3/2019
The Defense Department was largely successful in providing nearly $250 million in aid to Ukraine, a Pentagon spokesman said.
10/2/2019
Projecting power by quickly moving people and equipment around the world is a top priority for U.S. Transportation Command, Transcom's commander said.