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Air University & Maxwell AFB News

  • Maxwell, community honor Vietnam War veterans during Operation Welcome Home

    This year marked the 50th anniversary of Operation Homecoming, which oversaw the repatriation of POWs following the Vietnam War. Maxwell was one of 10 military installations to welcome them home. Between Feb. 14 and April 10, 1973, 43 former POWs arrived at the base to be reunited with family and

  • Information You Can Use

    Life after loss is a very confusing and complex time. Attending to the affairs of the deceased and the immediate surviving family members along with addressing survivor benefits can be difficult to say the least. Fortunately, the Maxwell AFB Casualty Assistance Office is here to assist you with that

  • NCOA instructors help overhaul curriculum

    The first of its kind four-day Thomas N. Barnes Center for Enlisted Education workshop began Nov. 28, with the goal of increasing instructor knowledge of curriculum development to enhance the quality of future changes.

  • Richardson takes command of 42nd Air Base Wing

    Richardson received his commission in 1998 through the Reserve Officer Training Corps program at South Dakota State University. He serviced in a variety of assignments at major command, forward operating agency, secretariat, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, combatant command, and Joint Staff levels.

  • AETC command team visits Maxwell

    Robinson started the visit with a mission overview briefing and discussion of the 42nd’s priorities and opportunities.“When we’re making these decisions about the base infrastructure and resources, we need to focus on getting it right not just for next year, but for those who come after us,”

  • Tullos returns to Maxwell to command Air University

    A career security forces officer, Tullos received her commission in 1992 through Officer Training School at Maxwell. She served as the commander of Maxwell’s 42nd Air Base Wing from May 2014 to June 2016.