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  • HQ AFJROTC announces 2021 Flight Academy scholarship winners

    In the face of the COVID-19 threat more than 1,340 cadets from units around the world applied for one of 230 scholarships that are valued at approximately $22,500. The scholarship covers transportation, room and board, academics and flight hours required to potentially earn a private pilot license. The 2020 Flight Academy was cancelled because of the pandemic.
  • Barnes Center continues partnership with Senegalese air force

    Nearly two years of coordination, instruction and practice culminated in an event Dec. 8-10, 2020, where Senegalese student-instructors were evaluated on their teaching skills as they conducted lessons on historical figures from their country. This third collaboration among the partners was held virtually via Microsoft Teams.
  • CCAF finalizes education partnership with Stillman College, first HBCU in GEM Program

    Stillman, located in Tuscaloosa, is the first Historically Black Colleges and Universities to sign up with CCAF’s General Education Mobile Program.
  • Fresno State AFROTC wins teaching innovation award, other detachments fighting through COVID-19

    California State University, Fresno selected AFROTC Detachment 035 as the recipient of its fall 2020 Provost’s Award for Extraordinary Teaching in Extraordinary Times in the category of Innovative Teaching. The university announced the award on Dec. 22, 2020.
  • COVID-19 vaccinations begin at Maxwell-Gunter AFB

    The 42nd Medical Group began administering the COVID-19 vaccine at the honor guard hangar Jan. 16, 2020, on Maxwell Air Force Base.
  • COVID-19 vaccine arrives at Maxwell-Gunter AFB

    Vaccinations will begin Jan. 16, at the honor guard hangar on Maxwell, which will serve as an off-site clinic. The available doses are to be distributed in a five-day timeframe.
  • Maxwell hangar converts into off-site COVID-19 vaccine clinic

    Airmen with the 42nd Medical Group converted the hangar into an off-site clinic, where they will begin administering the COVID-19 vaccine on January 16.
  • Maxwell Airmen change BTZ packages, ensuring non-biased promotions

    Staff Sgt. Alexcia Tubbs and Senior Airman Micaella Trinidad Howard proposed the idea to “sanitize” the senior airman below-the-zone packages by removing names, race, ethnicity, unit and gender from the packages to eliminate any subconscious bias in the scoring process.
  • Help Seeking for Holiday Stress

    The holiday season is often a festive time of year. It is a time of year where we pass along holiday traditions to our children and grandchildren. Many of us prepare for the holidays weeks in advance. We have favorite or signature recipes, we play and sing along to traditional music, we watch Christmas shows, go to parades and festivals, shop for gifts, search for the perfect tree and decorate it with our favorite ornaments.
  • AFJROTC flies, fights and wins vs COVID-19

    Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets continue to strive and thrive across the nation and around the word despite ever-changing coronavirus constraints.
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