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The Air Force Voluntary Education Program

...supports Force Development by maintaining a highly educated force.

The program supports off-duty voluntary education goals for active duty Air Force and Air National Guard in the National Capital Region (NCR).  The Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling Education and Training Center’s goal is to inspire and promote quality education and training and to promote life-long learning to the entire force.

We accomplish this by meeting the needs of our customers through multi-faceted programs and services.

Education/Training Services

Base Training Services

Upgrade training assistance/on-the-job training program assistance is offered via the Base Training Manager (BTM). Please give your Unit Training Manager (UTM) an opportunity to address any related concerns prior to contacting the BTM.



Formal /Civilian Training

The Formal Training Manager can assist with in-residence PME (Professional Military Education) record updates and other formal training course- related inquiries.

The Civilian Training Office provides assistance for GS/NAF training.



Education Counseling Services

Walk –Ins & Telephone Services:

Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Friday: 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.


Testing Services

Military Testing

To schedule, email:


National Testing Center

The NTC offers the following exams:

  • CLEP & DSST–College-level credit tests

  • Pearson Vue

To schedule a test, contact the NTC for more information.



Air Force Virtual Education Center

To access AFVEC, log on to the AF Portal:

Scroll to: Education>Training>Force Development and select AFVEC-AF Virtual Ed Center



Online Academic Skills Course (OASC) and College Placement Skills Training (CPST)

Use OASC to brush up on your math, English, and study skills before starting classes.

CPST is more in depth and can help you review writing and math skills so that you can pass DANTES program exams and score higher on placement tests. Go to the OASC/CPST website for more information and to get started!

Kuder Journey

This intuitive career planning system is designed to address each user’s individual situation. The career planning process starts with learning about oneself. Journey’s research-based interests, skills, and work values assessments kick-start exploration and ultimately, encourage more career satisfaction.  


Please go to to get started.

Financial Aid

GI Bill Information

The Education Office offers general information about the GI Bill. Additional information can be found at:


VA Representative

Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling Military & Family Readiness Center

(202) 284-4470

Air Force Aid Society

Arnold Grant Program provides $2000 per year for Air Force spouses enrolled in college full time.

Active Duty, Spouses, and Dependents

Military One Source

Air Force Association Scholarships




Provides for spouses up to $4,000 annually for the first two years of college

Call Military OneSource to speak to a Career Coach at 800-342-9647


BLDG 52, Duncan Ave



Monday - Thursday

8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.


8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Federal Holidays & Weekends: Closed

Stewart Education Center

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