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Concepts for Air Force leadership
Richard I. Lester
|Statement||Richard I. Lester, executive editor|
|Contributions||Air University (U.S.). Ira C. Eaker College for Professional Development|
|LC Classifications||UB210 .C66 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 536 p. :|
|Number of Pages||536|
|LC Control Number||2011431984|
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For in-depth coverage, provides special reports, video, audio, and photo galleries. Airman Leadership School (ALS) is the first level of the Enlisted Professional Military Education (EPME) continuum and prepares senior Airmen to be professional, war-fighting Airmen who can supervise and lead Air Force work teams to support the employment of airpower.
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The United States Air Force fully recognizes the critical role it must play in creating military leaders, and it devotes significant time and resources to recruiting and developing its future leaders based upon the premise that the personal leadership skills of any Air Force member can be improved through training, education, and experience.
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International Junior Officer Leadership Development (iJOLD) This course provides Air Force Reserve junior officers an exciting opportunity to interact with International Air Reserve officers while being exposed to an array of leadership tools, discussions, and exchange of ideas within a multi-cultural environment.
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Recognizing this fact, the U.S. military, the most professional force in the world, requires all officers to be college graduates. A leadership expert from a similar background but with likely a different perspective on the concept spoke to about airmen at Shaw Air Force Base on Friday.
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John Richard Boyd (Janu – March 9, ) was a United States Air Force fighter pilot and Pentagon consultant of the late 20th century.
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It provides many of the leadership skills required of supervisors and reporting officials throughout the Air Force. ALS enhances the development of.As we prepare future leaders of character in service to our country it important to develop ourselves.
With character and leadership at the essence of the United States Air Force Academy, CCLD Development Opportunities (DO) are based in the core values of USAFA and strive to provide development at the individual, professional, and leadership level.