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Language, regional expertise and culture as an ACE enabler on “The Air Force Starts Here” podcast
March 3, 2023
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AFCLC launches new introduction to China, Russia courses with certificates on Culture Guide app
January 3, 2022
AFCLC’s Culture Guide app is available to all military service members and civilians through the App Store and Google Play, and it is safe for Department of Defense mobile devices. More than 20,000 individuals are already utilizing the app, and for those individuals, an update is now available.

Enrollment window open for 'Introduction to Culture' – Sept. 21-27
August 24, 2021
CLTR201, Introduction to Culture, is a general education course that fulfills three hours of Institutional (resident) and/or Program Elective credit required for the CCAF Associate of Applied Science degree. The course offers a survey of different aspects of culture (domains, skills, and attitudes), enhancing cross-cultural competency and laying a cultural foundation for Airmen in today’s complex operational environment.

AFCLC's LEAP featured on latest "The Air Force Starts Here" podcast
February 12, 2020
"The Air Force Starts Here" is Air Education and Training Command's professional development podcast. The professional development podcasts are designed to help communicate and inform Total Force Airmen across the globe on relevant, timely topics related to the recruiting, training, education and development fields and can be listened to on the government network on the AETC website, or via mobile application as well as on Apple Podcasts (iTunes). For Android or Google mobile users, the podcast can be found on their favorite third-party podcast phone application. (U.S. Air Force graphic / 1st Lt. Robert Guest)

Language Enabled Airman Program accepting cadet applications
January 9, 2019
LEAP is a career-spanning program aimed to sustain and improve Airmen's language and cultural capabilities. Managed by the Air Force Culture and Language Center, the program seeks to develop cross-culturally competent leaders who can meet Air Force global mission requirements.