U.S. Air Forces in Europe & Air Forces Africa
Be the premier, forward-based provider of Professional Military Education for DoD and NATO warfighters throughout Europe and Africa.
Educate, cultivate, motivate, and inspire professional, war-fighting Airmen who can lead and manage Air Force units in the employment of air, space and cyberspace power.
Student Reporting Procedures
Incoming Students -- Reporting Instructions
All incoming students, please reference the linked reporting instructions above. For the most up to date information contact your local training managers and follow us on Facebook!
Once entered into a resident Enlisted Professional Military Education program, students must understand attendance is mandatory and designed to prepare them to assume more responsibility as they achieve greater rank. In order to achieve success, students must be actively engaged in the learning process, adhere to class schedule attendance requirements and engage in the learning process by completing all homework, objectives, performance and remediation assignments on time. Students will not be excused for routine appointments, ceremonies or unit functions during duty hours. Routine appointments whether personal or medical must be rescheduled prior to Day 1 or after graduation. In class, students will listen actively, think critically and willingly discuss lesson principles in class. They must also practice and complete curriculum requirements while also participating in group activities. It is incumbent upon the student to put forth the effort necessary to achieve all learning objectives. This effort will lead to mastery of EPME curriculum material and ultimately to success as an Air Force NCO and future Senior NCO.
Commandant: Chief Master Sgt. Terrance Smiley
Director of Education: Senior Master Sgt. Jasmine Howell
Director of Resources: Master Sgt. Justin Lane
Knowledge Operation Manager: Tech Sgt. Hillary Romero
Kisling NCO Academy
Geraude Bldg. 2789
APO AE 09021-0570
Important Phone #’s
Base Operator DSN: 480-1110
NCOA CQ (Student) DSN 489-6502
NCOA During Duty-Hours DSN 489-6502
NCOA After Hours Cell 0174-934-6305
Vogelweh Lodging Front Desk 489-8900, 489-8910, 489-8912
USAFE Command Post DSN 480-2121
Armed Forces Against Drunk Driving (AADD) 0631-536-2233 or DSN 489-2233
ABUs/OCPs (primary AFSC occupational badge and authorized headgear)
Blues Shirts (long and/or short sleeves) Flight cap (unless authorized to wear beret)
Service coat (all accouterments and with matching material/shade pants/skirts)
Low quarters, or pumps as applicable
Females are authorized to wear pants or skirt
AF PT gear
Note: In accordance with AFI 36-2903, 10.4.6. When performing special duties or attending professional military education, wear primary AFSC occupational badge.
Lightweight blue jacket
Sweater, pullover and/or cardigan
APECS or IRS jacket
Blue all weather coat
Reflective belt (highly encouraged after dark)
NOTE: During the winter months, Nov. 1 - Feb. 28, the fleece/gortex will be worn during reveille and retreat ceremonies.