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    2017 Gathering of Eagles

    2017 Gathering of Eagles

    06.01.2017 | Photo by Melanie Cox
    Maxwell AFB, Ala. - Airpower legends and guests of the 2017 Gathering of Eagles (GOE) panel, travel to the Alabama state Capitol where they met...
    Gathering of Eagles 2017

    Gathering of Eagles 2017

    05.31.2017 | Photo by Donna Burnett
    Maxwell AFB, AL - Col Leon Perkowski presents Reserve Officer Training Cadet Citrela Rochell a ROTC Scholarship on behalf of the Gathering of...

    Recent Videos

    SSQ SecAF Interview

    SSQ SecAF Interview

    12.12.2017 | Video by Thomas Meneguin
    An interview with the Secretary of the Air Force, the Honorable Heather Wilson. The interview is moderated by the editor of Strategic Studies...

    Recent News Stories

    Restoring Smiles Abroad

    01.12.2018 | Story by Airman 1st Class Alexa Culbert
    Kelley Davis, Maxwell Dental Clinic volunteer, was a stay-at-home mom when she began taking college courses. She applied for as many scholarships as she could, with many of them being geared toward military families.


    12.14.2017 | Story by Senior Airman william blankenship
    The small-town high school basketball sensation found himself returning home after spreading his wings on a college adventure. “Tee,” as he’s known to his friends, rebounded from numerous missed shots, eventually finding the ball in his hands with the clock running out.

    Air University after 70 years

    05.17.2017 | Courtesy Story
    On March 12, 1946, Maj. Gen. Muir S. Fairchild, the newly selected commander of Air University, formally dedicated Air University at then Maxwell Field. Three years earlier, senior U.S. Army Air Forces leaders with victory in the current war in sight, conceived the idea for a postwar “university of the air” to educate officers for what they expected be an independent Air Force. This education institution would build on the education and...

    Maxwell Airman donates to stranger in need

    03.29.2017 | Story by Airman 1st Class Alexa Culbert
    With an upcoming permanent change of station, Maj. Mathew Carter, a Jeanne M. Holm Center for Officer Accessions and Citizen Development instructor at Air University, had hundreds of reasons to say no when he was asked to travel to Washington, D.C., to donate bone marrow to a complete stranger. Instead, he decided this opportunity was too important to loose.

    Recent Audio

    Napoleon & French Revolution

    09.13.2017 | Audio by Ethan Stoker
    This podcast is an exploration of the French revolution, its causes and effects, and Napoleon as a military and national leader. It was produced...