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  • Maxwell-Gunter Public Health Emergency Extended

    Maxwell-Gunter remains at Health Protection Condition Charlie (HPCON-C) per alignment with DoD guidelines and local evaluations.
  • 42nd MDG welcomes new commander

    After serving two years as the 42nd MDG commander, Col. Jeanette Frantel is moving on to her next assignment at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. 
  • 42nd MPF maintains safety during ACSC out processing

    Airmen from the 42nd Military Personnel Flight out process Air Command and Staff College students, May 28, 2020, on Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. In order to maintain current safety precautions, the process was modified to allow the students to complete all required paperwork without having to leave their vehicles. (U.S. Air Force photo by
  • MaxACTS brings bright ideas, nursing pods to Maxwell

    The Max Airmen Creating Tomorrows Solutions initiative, or MaxACTS, brings Airmen’s ideas to life here.MaxACTS was developed by 42nd Air Base Wing leadership to give Airmen the opportunity to present their ideas and have them possibly implemented.In the few months since MaxACTS has been up and running, four submissions have been selected, with one
  • Maxwell plays pivotal role in 2018 hurricane relief efforts

    With the catastrophic damage caused by Hurricanes Florence and Michael, Maxwell served as one of the primary focal points for relief efforts in the eastern U.S. over the past few months.
  • Maxwell celebrates 100 years of history

    Since it’s conception in 1918, Maxwell Air Force Base has played a pivotal role in airpower, providing the Air Force with innovation, education and leadership training. One hundred years have passed and the Maxwell community has grown to be a more integral part of the River Region. Members from around the base and local community gathered together in order to celebrate the occasion April 6-7.
  • Air University wraps up third annual LREC symposium

    Air University’s third annual Language, Regional Expertise and Culture Symposium was held Wednesday and Thursday, here. The event welcomed experts from around the world to talk about the importance of culture and language’s role in airpower. The theme for this year’s symposium was “Cultural Agility,” based on the Air Force Future Operating Concept for 2035, which focuses on operational agility.
  • Highlighting the importance of diversity in today’s Air Force

    The Maxwell Equal Opportunity office welcomed members from the community to celebrate diversity Friday during the base’s fifth annual Cultural Awareness Day event in the Honor Guard Hangar here. Brig. Gen. Stacey T. Hawkins, Ogden Air Logistics Complex commander, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, was a guest speaker and shared his insight on why diversity is so important in today’s Air Force. He mentioned that his focus for the day was going to be about three themes: remembering, reflecting and renewing.
  • Maxwell prepares for Cultural Awareness Day

    The 42nd Air Base Wing is scheduled to host its annual Cultural Awareness Day event, located at the Maxwell Honor Guard Hangar, Building 842, March 23 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cultural Awareness Day is hosted to recognize all of the yearly observances in one day. Observances included at the event are:·       Holocaust Remembrance Day: Days of
  • A Family Journey of Faith and Service

    “We’re just a very patriotic family. Love of God, and love of country is paramount in our family, and wanting to serve,” said Lt. Col. Scott Nupson, 42nd Air Base Wing chaplain, describing what has driven so many of his family members to serve in the defense of the United States.Starting with his father Sgt. Donald L. Nupson, who was the grandson
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