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Air University aims to spark more innovation, collaboration with MGMWERX Air University aims to spark more innovation, collaboration with MGMWERX
Air University has long been considered the leadership-development center for the Air Force, and it continues its 72-year-long legacy with a new joint venture, named MGMWERX, in collaboration with the City of Montgomery, Montgomery County, and the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce, to encourage innovation.   “The dream of MGMWERX is to harken
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New leadership courses available for Airmen, civilians of all ranks New leadership courses available for Airmen, civilians of all ranks
The Maxwell-Gunter Top III have assembled the Total Force Development Team in order to provide mentorship and leadership development opportunities for the local Air Force community.
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Best: MIT cadet selected as Air Force ROTC Cadet of the Year Best of the Best: MIT cadet selected as Air Force ROTC Cadet of the Year
Massachusetts Institute of Technology ROTC Cadet Col. Nicholas James was honored recently as Air Force ROTC’s Cadet of the Year. The award was presented to James by Air Force Vice Chief of Staff, General Stephen Wilson during ceremonies at the Pentagon on Feb. 23.
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Air University’s Air Command and Staff College located at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. The ACSC prepares about 500 resident and over 9,000 nonresident students from all US military services, federal agencies, and 65 partner nations to lead in the operational environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Tammie Ramsouer) AU students discuss innovation, technology during first research symposium
Augmented reality for special operations units, adaptive flight training, machine learning and cognitive computing were just a few of the topics discussed during the first Air Command and Staff College research symposium held here yesterday and today.Twenty-seven ACSC students presented their findings from independent research projects they have
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Second Lt. Kenneth Soyars, 14th Student Squadron student pilot, takes off during a virtual reality flight simulation Jan. 10, 2018, on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. Two subjects flew at a time but no other subjects were allowed to watch or learn from other individuals’ sorties. The Adaptive Flight Training Study pushed subjects to learn through the VR technology. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Keith Holcomb) Researchers test virtual reality Adaptive Flight Training Study at Columbus AFB
A team of student researchers from Air Command and Staff College, Air University at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, conducted an Adaptive Flight Training Study from Jan. 9-12, here, to aid in the Air Force’s advancement in training and education through virtual reality.
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