The Intellectual and Leadership Center of the Air Force
The Air University, with headquarters at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., is a key component of Air Education and Training Command, and is the Air Force's center for professional military education.
Air War College
The goal at the Air War College is important and clear - to develop cross-domain mastery of joint air power and its strategic contributions to national security.
Air Command & Staff College
The mission of Air Command & Staff College is on prepare our students to develop, employ, and command air, space and cyberspace power in joint, multinational and interagency operations.
Squadron Officer College
The mission of Squadron Officer College is to develop Company Grade Officers as leaders of integrity ready to fly, fight and win.
International Officer School
International Officer School's mission focus is to educate and support international military students and manage Air University's international programs.
International Officer School
Our Schools and Academic Centers share a common goal, to develop the best possible leaders at each stage of their careers, ready to lead the Air Force into the future.
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History of Spaatz Center & Air University
Our Schools and Academic Centers have a vital professional education mission, to provide the resources, education, strategies and training to develop and nurture the best leaders possible.
The center assists students in conducting research on public affairs and mass communications issues, analyzes case studies, and promulgates information operations and public affairs doctrine throughout the AF. PACE instructors also cooperate with schools and organizations in developing military-news media curricula.
The CPC mission is to provide quality research and education on WMD threats and countermeasures to those threats for US warfighters and national security policy makers. "We cannot afford to be the unready confronting the unthinkable."
The AFCLC's mission is to serve as the Air Force focal point for creating and executing programs that sustain career-long development of Linguistically, Regionally and Culturally (LRC) competent Total Force Airmen to meet the Service's global mission.
Mission is to design and deliver culturally adaptable education, training, and research in negotiation methodologies and techniques that foster collaborative relationships, build partnerships, and find interagency solutions.
The Center for Strategy and Technology was established at Air University in 1996. Its mission is to examine the strategic implications of technological choices. The center leads efforts to engage in long-term strategic thinking about technology and its implications for the U.S. Air Force and U.S. national security.