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  • Multi-Capable Airmen training program launches at Holloman

    The 29th Aircraft Maintenance Unit launched a Multi-Capable Airmen training program in March of 2024. The program allows Airmen to train on the skills of crew chiefs, avionics, and weapons troops, helping prepare Airmen for the broader scope of capabilities necessary to give the Air Force the

  • Flight Academy

    The Air Force JROTC Flight Academy is an approximately 8-week summer aviation training program, conducted at partnering universities nationwide. Upon successful completion of the program, students are awarded a Private Pilot’s Certification.

  • Teens don’t drive as much as they used to … and that can kill our troops

    An investigation into a recent Department of Defense tactical vehicle rollover crash that left two servicemembers dead and 15 injured revealed the driver had been going too fast while trying to negotiate a 90-degree turn at a traffic light. However, it also uncovered a less apparent cause. While the

  • 49th CMS E&E shop unveils innovative invention

    In a remarkable display of innovation, James Rundall, a technician from the 49th Component Maintenance Squadron electrical and environmental shop, unveiled an adaptation of a communications W cord.

  • Two Maxwell Airmen earn Air Assault badges: you could be next

    Recently, two Airmen assigned to the 42nd Security Forces Squadron successfully earned the prestigious Air Assault badge through the U.S. Army Air Assault School at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. This July, Maxwell AFB will host the next Air Assault assessment for Airmen seeking to earn the esteemed

  • GenCyber: Keesler, MSU empowers local K-12 teachers through cyber initiative

    Keesler Air Force Base and Mississippi State University partnered to bring the National Security Agency’s GenCyber program to local K-12 teachers for a 5-day cyber camp here, June 3 - 7.The NSA’s GenCyber program provides multiple cybersecurity experience camps, focused on students, teachers and a