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Air University & Maxwell AFB News

  • 908th embraces future, legacy of helicopter mission

    Recently, during November’s Unit Training Assembly, one MH-139A Grey Wolf from the 413th Flight Test Squadron in Duke Field, Florida, and two UH-1N Hueys from the 23rd Flying Training Squadron in Fort Rucker, Alabama, made a stop at Maxwell Air Force Base.

  • Medical Readiness: 908th Fights Back Against Influenza

    The 908 AW used the three-day UTA to their advantage. The extra day allowed members of the ASTS and AES to complete much of their training requirements on Friday and execute vaccinations en masse inside the maintenance hangar on Saturday and Sunday.

  • 908 AW celebrates veterans, community with Pike Road

    The Pike Road Veterans Day ceremony was the 11th annual in the town’s 25 short years of incorporation. Col. Craig W. Drescher, 908th Airlift Wing commander, was honored as the guest speaker at the event.

  • 908AW - Development Now, Success Tomorrow

    The 908th Airlift Wing's Development and Training Flight has partnered with U.S. Air Force Officer Training School Military Training Instructors to prepare Airman for Basic Military Training.

  • 908 AW Ready to Move…Ready to Win

    The 908th Security Forces Squadron conducted a “Shoot, Move, and Communicate” drill during the September Unit Training Assembly at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.

  • 908 AW earns effective rating during UEI Capstone

    The 908th Airlift Wing had a Unit Effectiveness Inspection performed by the Air Force Reserve Command’s Headquarters Inspector General Inspection Team from Sept. 8, 2022, to Sept. 13, 2022, at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.

  • 908th Airlift Wing - Command Chief Cornett's farewell

    Members of the 908th Airlift Wing,As most of you know, I was recently selected to be the Command Chief of the 916th Air Refueling Wing at Seymour Johnson AFB. As I prepare for my departure, I would like to take a moment to express a few things.

  • Inside the 908th: HVAC/R technicians

    Those that live in a hot and humid climate they how important it is to try and stay cool. Here in Alabama, summertime temperatures can exceed 90 degrees Fahrenheit before 10 a.m. One of the first things someone might express relief about when they walk into a building is that the air conditioning