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  • Class is back in session for AU's Barnes Center

    After a short break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Thomas N. Barnes Center for Enlisted Education has begun virtual in-residence remote courses, June 1, 2020. The courses currently in session are the Chiefs Leadership Course and three Noncommissioned Officer Academies: Airey, Vosler and Kadena.
  • Maxwell announces first COVID-19 case

    A civilian employee who works at Maxwell-Gunter is being treated and evaluated following a confirmed result for COVID-19.
  • AETC Command Team visits Maxwell to ensure quality of life for Airmen

    The AETC Command Team visited Maxwell AFB Jan. 29, 2020, to see quality of life issues affecting Airmen and their families in privatized housing and dorms for Airmen, as well as for an update on local public school initiatives and a visit to MGMWERX.

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  • 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.
  • Maxwell memorializes Rosa Parks, SecAF pays tribute to civil rights leader

    Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett, Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed, Col. Eries Mentzer, 42nd Air Base Wing commander, Bryan Stevenson, Equal Justice Initiative founder and director and several other dignitaries were on hand for the unveiling of the Rosa Parks sculpture, created by Ian Mangum, a 42nd Force Support Squadron team member.
  • The Profession of Arms Center of Excellence’s evolving mission at Air University

    Since moving to Air University in 2019, the Air Force Profession of Arms Center of Excellence has been busy evolving its mission to meet the needs of today’s Airmen and Space professionals.Stood up at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, in 2015 to inspire, educate, and motivate every Airman to successfully live by the Air Force core values, the
  • I’m a believer: One chaplain’s testimony that ASIST works

    Chaplain (1st Lt.) Paul Ringheiser is a traditional reservist assigned to Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in North Carolina. As a civilian, he is an Assistant Fire Chief at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point. Upon beginning the ASIST course during BCC, he said initially he felt the training appeared too “text-book” and it seemed unlikely that some of the scenarios would actually occur.
  • Photos: Air University officers transfer to U.S. Space Force

    Air University officers raise their right hand and recite the Oath of Office, officially leaving the Air Force and joining the U.S. Space Force, during a virtual ceremonial swear-in, Oct. 5, 2020, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. Col. Niki Lindhorst, Space Chair to Air University, presided over the ceremony and welcomed the service’s newest
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