COMMISSIONED: THE AIR FORCE OFFICER PODCAST
Here we explore the training and development of America’s leaders in the application of airpower and the Profession of Arms.
We invite you to begin your journey by listening to the podcast, starting with 001 - What is an Air Force officer?
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Don't stop there. Accelerate.
Content and community are great, but they're not enough. If you're an Air Force officer or interested in becoming one, you need to take ownership of your development. You need to not only learn and understand what it means to be an officer, but apply those principles in your professional responsibilities and personal life. But how?
Air Force Officership
The Air Force has identified certain characteristics that it values in its officers; namely, executing the mission, leading Airmen, managing resources, and improving the unit. In this course we take a deep dive into each of these areas and discuss the tactics, tools, and techniques designed to increase the effectiveness of any Air Force officer or those working to become one.
The time will eventually come for every Air Force officer to transition out of the service. It's best to be prepared for it. Whether close to separation, retirement, or not yet serving, whether considering further education, employment, or starting a business, this course will provide options and peace of mind to any transition-minded Air Force officer.
Answers to frequently asked questions to get you headed in the right direction.
How do you become a pilot in the Air Force?
How do you get a recruiter to respond to you?
How do you prepare for the AFOQT?
What are your chances of getting selected for ________?
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The Air Force is vast and the process of being or becoming an officer is a complicated one. All the more reason to engage with others on the same path. Join with us in the Heritage Room and we’ll be glad to answer your questions, discuss your ideas, and assuage your concerns.