Orders and Copyright Notice

Orders:
AU Press publications are available at no cost to active duty, total force, and retired military and to Department of Defense personnel and organizations. Publications can be ordered by e-mail at aupress@us.af.mil or by calling 334-953-2773 (DSN 493).

Copyright Notice:
Authors may retain copyright on this material. For more information contact AU Press at aupress@us.af.mil.
Air University Press Banner

LeMay Papers

The LeMay Papers are dedicated to developing, assessing, and promoting Air Force doctrine and education and advocating airpower  doctrine in joint and multinational arenas. These papers are published by the Air University Press and broadly distributed throughout the US  Air Force, the Department of Defense, and other governmental organizations, as well as to leading scholars, selected institutions of higher  learning, public-policy institutes, and the media around the world.
ImageTitleDescription
 The Redesigned Air Force Continuum of LearningThe USAF Strategic Master Plan posited five strategic vectors to help prioritize investments, drive institutional change, and operationalize key concepts. These included providing effective twenty-first-century deterrence; maintaining a robust and flexible global intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) capability; ensuring a full-spectrum capable, high-end focused force; pursuing a multidomain approach to the Air Force’s five core missions; and continuing to pursue game-changing technologies. Arguably Air Education and Training Command (AETC) supports all of these vectors; however, the call for a full-spectrum capable, high-end focused force falls squarely within the AETC mission. AETC was tasked with preparing for the future, yet much of what we deliver under the banner of force development is lodged in a learning paradigm that has not altered substantially since the creation of our service. In this paper, the authors briefly review the disruptive forces that are driving change across our Air Force, share some insights into how our sister services are reacting to similar pressures in terms of their force-development strategies, review what our senior leaders approved, and describe how we are moving ahead with this new, force-development paradigm. This new approach will eventually affect every aspect of force development, so it is important that all Airmen understand what we are doing and why we are doing it. [Lt Gen Darryl L. Roberson and Dr. Matthew C. Stafford / 2017 / 33 pages / ISBN: 9781585662807 / AU Press Code: LP-1]
Page 1 of 1