The Air Force Research Institute conducts research on a variety of important issues as well as facilitates the publication of student research products, published manuscripts, anthologies and research studies each year on behalf of The Air University.
Before you can write research you need the difinitive Author and Style Guide from AU Press.Airpower in Afghanistan 2005–10
Author: Dag HenriksenThe Asia-Pacific Century
Author: Dr. Adam LowtherGuidelines for Command: A Handbook on the Leadership of Airmen, Second Edition
Air Command and Staff College
Integrated Defense Lessons Learned from Joint Base Balad
By: Col Joseph A. Milner, USAF
Defending Air Bases in an Age of Insurgency
By: Shannon W. Caudill, Colonel, USAF
Bomber: The Formation and Early years of Strategic Air Command
By: Phillip Meilinger
On a Steel Horse I Ride
A History of the MH-53 Pave Low Helicopters in War and Peace
By: Darrel D. Whitcomb
Lorenz on Leadership
Lessons on Effectively Leading People, Teams, and Organizations
General Stephen R. Lorenz USAF, Retired
The AU Research Bulletin includes AU graduate student research papers, highlights for faculty research and award-winning student research.
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