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Air University & Maxwell AFB News

  • AFIT professor earns Harold Brown award

    Air Force Institute of Technology faculty member Scott Nykl received the 2023 Harold Brown Award for his groundbreaking research on computer vision-based relative navigation for autonomous aerial refueling.

  • AFIT faculty selected as Air Force Flemming Award nominee

    Air Force Institute of Technology faculty member Dr. Adib Samin is the Air Force nominee for the 75th annual Arthur S. Flemming Award, Basic Science Category. The winner will be honored at the 2024 National Academy of Public Administration Fall Meeting.

  • AFIT Welcomes New Dean for Research

    The Air Force Institute of Technology welcomes Dr. Scott Graham as the new dean for research leading the Office of Research and Outreach. He is currently a professor of computer engineering in AFIT’s Graduate School of Engineering and Management.

  • AFIT commencement ceremony celebrates 206 graduates

    The Air Force Institute of Technology’s Graduate School of Engineering and Management held a commencement ceremony at the National Museum of the Air Force at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio March 21 to celebrate 206 new graduates.

  • AFIT Education Programs Advance the Digital Workforce

    Air Force Institute of Technology faculty participated in the Digital Dayton Roundtable at the University of Dayton Research Institute Curran Place on 4 March. The event focus was “Creating the Digital Materiel Management Workforce We Need: A Digital Transformation Office, Air Force Materiel Command

  • Enhancing Civil Engineer Readiness Through Proactive Education

    The Air Force Institute of Technology's Civil Engineer School completed the inaugural offering of the Engineer Readiness Planning Seminar on 19 January. The four-day course is designed to provide tactical civil engineer leaders with the skills and knowledge to plan and execute team readiness events

  • USAFA Enlisted Faculty Members Visit AFIT

    The Air Force Institute of Technology hosted three enlisted faculty members from the United States Air Force Academy on 17 October.  The goal of the visit was to educate current AFIT enlisted master’s students about opportunities to teach at the Academy. 

  • One Lieutenant’s Journey from USAFA to Miss Colorado to Harvard

    From a young age, U.S. Air Force 2nd Lt. Madison Marsh had a love of science and a dream to be a pilot and astronaut.  Her parents encouraged her dreams, sending her to Space Camp when she was 13 years old where she met astronauts and fighter pilots.  Around that time, she learned about the United