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  • OTS commissions first Space Force officers

    Air University’s Officer Training School commissioned its first two U.S. Space Force officers Oct. 16, 2020 at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. The OTS mission has historically been to properly educate and train Air Force officers to be prepared for the field, that mission has now been expanded to

  • 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

  • Gunter NCO Academy reopens after nearly a decade

    The Gunter Noncommissioned Officer Academy on Maxwell-Gunter Annex reopened Oct. 1, 2020, after nearly a decade, to meet the Air Force’s increased demand for effective development of NCOs.Gunter NCOA suspended operations in 2013, when Air Education and Training Command introduced a blended learning

  • AU official recognized with Blacks in Government Meritorious Service Award

    The Blacks in Government Meritorious Service Award honors military members and Department of Defense civilian employees, men and women, who have supported the DoD mission, overseas contingency operations, or whose attributes best epitomized the qualities and core values of their respective Military

  • CMSAF visits AF First Sergeant Academy

    During her visit, Bass discussed the current climate of the force, the role of first sergeants and her priorities; people, readiness and culture.

  • Air University Airmen begin transferring to USSF

    U.S. Space Force Chief of Space Operations Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond welcomed over 300 Airmen from the Maxwell-Gunter community and around the world into the Space Force during a virtual ceremony, Sept. 15, 2020.