Air Education and Training Command News

  • Airey NCOA moves to Maxwell awaiting Tyndall reconstruction

    In late 2018, Tyndall Air Force Base sustained severe damage from Hurricane Michael, affecting nearly every building and mission on the installation. Among those impacted by the storm, the Airey Noncommissioned Officer Academy faced the loss of their learning environment.

  • 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.

  • The Air University Fellows Program

    In comes the AU Fellows Program: a two-year selective developmental assignment that results in creating officers that are capable, innovative and better leaders than when they arrived.

  • SANDS students visit Europe, gain new perspectives

    Students from Air University’s School of Advanced Nuclear Deterrence Studies met with European allies last month to gain new perspectives and alternative views on how different parts of the world define nuclear deterrence.

  • VCSAF speaks with OTS staff, instructors

    U.S. Air Force Gen. Stephen Wilson, Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force, spoke with Officer Training School instructors about the Officer Instructor and Recruiter Special Duty program May 18, 2019, at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.

  • AU, Maxwell continues community efforts to improve school options

    Leaders from Air University and the 42nd Air Base Wing continue to partner with community leaders across the River Region to improve school choices for children of military-affiliated families.Recent efforts have also included some student-led projects, as well as working with Troy University to

  • AU, Maxwell continues community efforts to improve school options

    Leaders from Air University and the 42nd Air Base Wing continue to partner with community leaders across the River Region to improve school choices for children of military-affiliated families.Recent efforts have also included some student-led projects, as well as working with Troy University to

  • "Flipping the classroom" at SOS focus of "Developing Mach-21 Airmen"

    The sixth episode of "Developing Mach-21 Airmen," Air Education and Training Command's podcast series, was released April 1.In the episode, a team of experts from the Squadron Officer School at Air University talk about how they are flipping the classroom, adopting immersive training (including VR,

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