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AFDD Template Guide 20 September 2002 . LEADERSHIP AND FORCE DEVELOPMENT Air Force Doctrine Document 1-1 18 February 2006 Interim Change to 18 February 2004 Version This document complements related discussion found in Joint Publication 0-2, Unified Action Armed Forces (UNAAF).
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BY ORDER OF THE AIR FORCE DOCTRINE DOCUMENT 1-1 SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE 18 FEBRUARY 2006 SUMMARY OF REVISIONS This document was revised on 6 January 2006 to incorporate discussions on operational risk management as a responsibility of leadership (page 3) and language addressing longer term force sustainment efforts within force development (page 24). Paragraphs revised are annotated with a solid line in the right border. Supersedes: AFDD 1-1, 18 Feb 04 OPR: HQ AFDC/DR (Mr Bob Christensen) Certified by: AFDC/CC (Maj Gen Bentley B. Rayburn) Pages: 88 Distribution: F Approved by: JOHN P. JUMPER, General, USAF Chief of Staff
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iii FOREWORD This document discusses leadership and force development principles and tenets that are experience-based and rooted in all levels of the Air Force. It emphasizes the leader’s personal engagement; these are the leaders who make things better. Airmen should use it as guidance for fulfilling their assigned duties and leadership responsibilities. The Air Force’s core values are the foundation of leadership. Integrity is the basis of trust, and trust is the unbreakable bond that unifies leaders with their followers and commanders with their units. Trust makes leaders effective, and integrity underpins trust. Service Before Self is the essence of our commitment to the nation. Leaders who serve selflessly inspire support from everyone in their command and promote a spirit that binds organizations into an effective warfighting team. Excellence in All We Do is our commitment to the highest standards of service to our country. Leaders set the standard for excellence in their organizations. Leaders do not appear fully developed out of whole cloth. A maturation must occur to allow the young leaders to grow into the responsibilities required of senior institutional leaders and commanders. This force development process provides leadership focus at all levels in an Airman’s career. The expeditionary Air Force requires leaders who can take warfighting to the highest possible level of success in support of our national security objectives. Those leaders can only be created through an iterative process of development involving education, training, and expeditionary operations seasoned with experience and ongoing mentoring by more experienced leaders. The end result is an individual capable of successfully operating as a leader at all levels anywhere, anytime. Force development takes individual capabilities and, through education, training, and experience, produces skilled, knowledgeable, and competent Airmen who can apply the best tools, techniques, and procedures to produce a required operational capability. We prepare Airmen for leadership by optimizing experiences and skills and by developing capabilities to meet any challenges.
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2012 for the course AERO 130 taught by Professor Jaredgrady during the Fall '1 term at UCLA.

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