On November 15, 2013 an annual commission took place in the Air Force Academy.
It was the 117th commission in the 88-year history of the Dęblin “School of Eaglets”. 114 graduates, including 5 women, attended the commission. They were graduates of 5-year intramural studies, 24-month Officers' Studies and a 6-month course for non-commissioned officers.
On 30th October 2013 in the Airforce Academy there was a media presentation of the first two G-2 CABRI helicopters for the Academic Centre for Aviation Training. The Centre is going to receive three more helicopters of this type next year.
On 28 October 2013 the Airforce Academy organised the Second Aviation Recruitment Fair 'Ikar 2013' which presented companies and aviation organisations from all over Poland. The fair was mainly directed to the students and teaching staff of universities and schools who would like to get in touch with the representatives of the aviation industry.
On September 18,2013, the implementation and realization of project entitled "Comprehensive research and training system regarding spatial disorientation in military and civilian aviation" was held during an official ceremony. The project was developed in the years 2009-2012 by the scientific and industrial consortium including the Air Force Academy, Military Institute of Aviation Medicine, and ETC –PZL Aerospace Industries(LLC). Michał Burek, D.E. managed the project. During the ceremony, Rector-Commandant of the Air Force Academy, Brig. Gen. Pil. Jan Rajchel, PhD. and Rector-Commandant of the Military University of Technology Gen. Brig. Assoc. Prof. Eng. Zygmunt Mierczyk signed "The agreement on scientific and methodological cooperation".
In order to consolidate the scientific environment specializing in aviation research and strengthen the forgoing cooperation another agreement between the Polish Air Force Academy and the Air Force Institute of Technology was signed. It is aimed at establishing a scientific aviation center whose primary function will be to conduct further cooperative research with the use of the latest scientific achievements, primarily to strengthen the security and defense of the Republic of Poland. The center will be located in Dęblin. The signatories of the agreement were the director of the Air Force Institute of Technology, Assoc. Prof. Ryszard Szczepanik, and Rector-Commandant Brig. Gen. Pil. Jan Rajchel, PhD. A new spatial disorientation training simulator, which was a significant part of the above mentioned project, was presented at the ceremony.