The Chief Master Sergeant Academy faculty at Maxwell Air Force Base is preparing for the first class of students in April. The academy fills the education void for enlisted members between the Air Force Senior NCO Academy and those assuming the rank of chief master sergeant and replaces the eight-day legacy, in-resident Chief Leadership Course. A 32-hour prerequisite consisting of read-ahead material and general administrative tasks must be completed before students attend the course in residence. The academy will have three beta classes in April, June and August. After beginning full production in November, the academy will conduct seven classes annually, educating 750 total force students per year.
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