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  • DoDEA Americas Announces the 2019 Region Principal of the Year

    The Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Americas region proudly announces that Paul Hernandez, the Maxwell Elementary-Middle School principal in Alabama, as the 2019 DoDEA Americas Principal of the Year. "Paul leads as a data-driven principal who motivates others to make a difference in the lives of students and staff,” said Dr. Judith Minor, DoDEA Americas Region Director of Student Excellence. “He is a dedicated educator who is deeply committed to advancing student learning, with himself being a lifelong learner in service to advance excellence in education every day for our military-connected students."
  • Air University Press releases new publication: Defending Air Bases in an Age of Insurgency, volume 2

    Air University Press announces the release of Defending Air Bases in an Age of Insurgency, volume 2, edited by retired Col. Shannon W. Caudill. This second volume examines current and future operational challenges to the security and defense of air bases. The authors probe the effects of a variety of threats against airpower projection, including the growing complexity of the anti-access/area-denial environment.
  • Air University remembers Zambian student

    Air University leadership, faculty and students joined together in Wood Auditorium for a memorial
  • Cradle of Airpower: 100 Years of Maxwell

    Maxwell was established over a 100 years ago and has since played an integral role in the Air Force
  • Air University kicks off President’s Distinguished Speaker Series

    The goal of the Distinguished Speaker Series is to invite non-military experts in three different categories: leadership, industry/innovation, and thought leaders, to speak at an Air University-wide forum.
  • Air University Press releases new publication: Journal of European, Middle Eastern and African Affairs

    Air University Press announces the release of its inaugural edition of the Air Force Journal of European, Middle Eastern, and African Affairs, which continues the tradition of its predecessors. JEMEAA is published quarterly to be the premier multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal cutting across both the social sciences and airpower operational art and strategy.
  • Air University Press releases spring 2019 Air and Space Power Journal

    The Spring 2019 Air and Space Power Journal, published by Air University Press, is available at https://www.airuniversity.af.edu/ASPJ/.
  • Breaking the AFIT paradigm with the School of Strategic Force Studies

    The School of Strategic Force Studies was established at the Air Force Institute of Technology in 2016 through a realignment of two existing Air University units: The Air Force Nuclear College, located at Kirtland AFB, NM and The National Security Space Institute, located at Peterson AFB, CO. Today, the school has grown to include a Distance Learning Department and the School of Cyberspace Professional Continuing Education at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
  • Registration open for Air University’s 4th LREC Symposium

    Registration is now open for Air University’s 4th annual Language, Regional Expertise and Culture Symposium. The Air Force Culture and Language Center at Air University hosts this symposium each year providing a platform for academic exchange on topics specific to language, region and culture education in the military. The symposium is March 27-29 and the theme is “Inter{cultural}operability.”
  • 42nd OSS teams up with local school to enrich students’ education

    Airmen from the 42nd Operational Support Squadron partnered with a local elementary school to
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5/18/2020
The Army’s 1st Medical Brigade out of Fort Hood, Texas is on the cutting edge when it comes to protecting citizens, this time in response to COVID-19.
5/15/2020
President Donald J. Trump announced Army Gen. Gustave F. Perna will co-lead an effort, dubbed Operation Warp Speed, to find a vaccine for COVID-19 by January 2021.
5/15/2020
Defense leaders presented the Space Force flag to President Donald J. Trump in the Oval Office. The flag of the newly created armed service will hang alongside those of the other military services at the White House.
5/15/2020
While these are challenging times, NATO nations do not face these problems alone, the chairman of NATO's Military Committee said at a virtual briefing.
5/14/2020
Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman Ramón "CZ" Colón-López and U.S. Transportation Command's senior enlisted leader, Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Jason France, shed some light on moving in the time of COVID-19 during a virtual town hall meeting.
5/14/2020
NATO was created to deal with crises, and the alliance continues as the world faces the coronavirus pandemic, said the chairman of the NATO Military Committee in Brussels.