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Air University Numbered Texts

These publications, carrying assigned Air University (AU) numbers, were written by AU students, faculty, or staff members. Some are used in AU resident or nonresident courses while others are unique to Air University, such as the Style and Author Guide, publications catalog, and registrar’s course catalog.

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 Air University Style and Author GuideAU-01. The Style Guide, part 1 of this publication, provides guidance to Air University’s community of writers. It offers a coherent, consistent stylistic base for writing and editing. The Author Guide, part 2 of this publication, offers simple, concise instructions to writers who wish to submit a manuscript to AU Press for consideration. [Dr. Marvin Bassett, Editor /2005 / 230 pages / ISBN: 978-1-58566-143-5 / AU-1]
 Guidelines for CommandAU-02. The intent of this handbook is to advance the practice of command. The advice and experiences written by prior commanders will help you become a better, more effective leader. [Air Command and Staff College /2015 / 272 pages ISBN: 978-1-58566-251-7 / AU-2]
 Air University Press PublicationsAU-03. Describes currently offered Air University (AU) Press books, journals, research papers, AU texts, and audio books. AU Press is a not-for-profit publisher of air, space, and cyberspace power topics for the development, exchange, and advancement of airpower and national security thought critical to all Airmen. These publications are the result of unique research by military authors and civilian scholars. [Air University Press/2016/118 pages/ISBN 978-1-58566-171-8/AU-3]
 Listening EffectivelyAU-04. Using the concepts of what we think, feel, and do about listening, Dr. Kline teaches the reader the need for better listening and how to do so more effectively.[Dr. John Kline / 1996 / 70 pages / ISBN: 978-1-58566-009-4 /AU-4]
 Speaking EffectivelyAU-05. In Speaking Effectively: A Guide for Air Force Speakers, Dr. Kline presents techniques on how to speak successfully. He provides examples and pointers for both the novice and the skilled speaker. This book was previously listed as order number B-33. [Dr. John A. Kline / 1989 / 86 pages / ISBN: 978-1-58566-031-5 / AU Press Code: AU-5]
 Space PrimerAU-18. The US National Space Policy released by the president in 2006 states that the US government should “develop space professionals.” As an integral part of that endeavor, AU-18, Space Primer, provides to the joint war fighter an unclassified resource for understanding the capabilities, organizations, and operations of space forces. [Air Command and Staff College / 2009 / 356 pages / ISBN: 978-1-58566-194-7 / AU Press Code: AU-18]
 Developing Your Full Range of LeadershipAU-26. Defining leadership is a daunting task because there so many definitions. In fact, if you research the term, you will discover, according to Stogdill, as many definitions of leadership as there are leaders. That statement suggests that leadership is an individual and personal effort. Developing leaders must find a model or theory that best fits their organization. Organizations at Air University are utilizing the full range of leadership approach. Initially introduced by James MacGregor Burns in 1978 and Bernard Bass in 1985, these transformational and transactional leadership styles have sustained for nearly four decades. [Dr. Fil J. Arenas, Air University, Dr. Daniel Connelly, Air university, Maj Michael D. Williams, USAF / 2017 / 84 pages / ISBN: 9781585662746 / AU Press Code: AU-26]
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