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  • Air University academic accreditation reaffirmed

    The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges reaffirmed the regional accreditation for Air University during a recent board meeting Dec. 8, 2019.
  • Air University Library digitizes research, products for remote Air Force, DOD access

    The Air University Library is currently digitizing and cataloging 2,500 linear feet of analog resources to make the entire collection of unclassified AU research and products readily available to the larger Air Force and DOD communities.
  • Air University orientation gives wing commanders new tools for their tool box

    Air University has been hosting wing commanders from across the Air Force monthly since January, to highlight how the commanders can leverage the university’s capabilities to benefit their Airmen and the Air Force.
  • SNCO Academy brings first-ever PME course to Jordan

    A team of three instructors from the U.S. Air Force Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy visited Amman, Jordan, to provide the first-ever Senior NCO mobile education course here June 10-27. The instructors partnered with Royal Jordanian Air Force translators to present the two week course to 30 RJAF senior enlisted.
  • Air University phases out Blackboard with new learning management system

    The Air University Communications Directorate has been hard at work over the past 21 months implementing the Canvas learning management system into all Air University schools to improve student and teacher workflows and the gradual phasing out of its old LMS, Blackboard.
  • Aviation legends visit AU for 38th annual Gathering of Eagles

    The annual ACSC capstone event invites aviation legends to AU to engage in community outreach opportunities and make military heritage come alive for ACSC students and faculty.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Changes coming to a Medical Group near you

    The medical field is an ever-changing, ever-growing area. Whether this change is from methods of care, shiny and new equipment or even streamlining the administrative side, the goal is always the same: providing for the needs of the patients.
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1/3/2020
President Donald J. Trump last night directed, and the Defense Department subsequently launched, an airstrike that killed Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani, the head of the Quds Force, a senior DOD official said.
1/2/2020
The U.S. military has successfully targeted Kataeb Hezbollah bases in Iraq and Syria and deployed an infantry battalion to the region in response to Friday's attack on U.S. forces near Kirkuk, Defense Secretary Dr. Mark T. Esper said.
1/2/2020
The Defense Security Cooperation Agency launched the Department of Defense Security Cooperation Workforce Certification Program for civilian and military members of the security cooperation workforce.
12/31/2019
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12/30/2019
Marine Corps Sgt. Ashtyn Hammer grew up riding horses, and now serves her country as a member of the Marine Corps' only remaining mounted color guard.
12/30/2019
Navy Seaman Lewis Horton served during the Civil War, and his time in the military included being a prisoner of war, a double amputee and a courageous lifesaver.