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  • Air University Press soliciting for DOD, DAF Arctic Strategy journal articles

    In support of the Department of Defense and Department of the Air Force’s Arctic Strategy, Air University Press is soliciting journal articles to support the growing national security interests and requirements for operating in the Arctic region. Products could be historical cases with applied lessons for the future, lessons-learned from ongoing initiatives, or suggestions for future constructs.
  • AU Library makes women’s exhibit available online during pandemic

    “We are excited to have recently launched the new web exhibit and resource guide on Women’s Equality Day in honor of the 100th anniversary of the adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment,” said Dr. Mehmed Ali, Air University Library academic services director. “The guide is our small contribution toward helping bring attention to the larger issues that women continue to face a century later.”
  • AFJROTC Flight Academy flying again in 2021

    The COVID-19 coronavirus forced Headquarters AFJROTC to shut down the Flight Academy for 2020. However, AFJROTC high school cadets who will be 17 by July 9, 2021, and are interested in earning a Private Pilot’s Certification are encouraged to apply by Nov. 25.
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  • Air University Press soliciting for DOD, DAF Arctic Strategy journal articles

    In support of the Department of Defense and Department of the Air Force’s Arctic Strategy, Air University Press is soliciting journal articles to support the growing national security interests and requirements for operating in the Arctic region. Products could be historical cases with applied lessons for the future, lessons-learned from ongoing initiatives, or suggestions for future constructs.
  • Air University students experience virtual reality regional study trips

    Since its opening in 1946, Air University’s Air War College has seen endless cycles of challenges and changes. The latest of which is finding ways to provide the same level of educational experiences for students as before the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • CMSSF visits Maxwell to meet with Guardians

    Chief Master Sgt. of the Space Force Roger A. Towberman addressed topics ranging from diversity and inclusion to policy and direction of the Space Force for its second year of activation. He encouraged Guardians to be innovative and avoid discomfort in pursuit of growth.
  • Air University professor, 92, retires after 57 years of service

    Lester dedicated his life to education in a way that not many people do. Lester worked overseas to get his doctorate, upheld a mission of wanting to better the educational world and impacted the people that he came into contact with daily, ensuring he would leave behind a powerful legacy.
  • The Curtis E. LeMay Center for Doctrine Development and Education tills ground for new CSAF

    The Curtis E. LeMay Center for Doctrine Development and Education is launching some of the largest doctrine changes in recent memory to support the Chief of Staff of the Air Force’s mandate to “accelerate change or lose.” The LeMay Center Commander is the Air Force principal agent for Air Force doctrine and lessons learned, and provides input to joint doctrine. In this role, the LeMay Center ensures the development, promulgation, and teaching of doctrine as a common frame of reference and a starting point for the best way to employ airpower.
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