Air Force Officer's Guide: 35th Edition

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  • U.S. Air Force organizations and types of assignments
  • Duties and responsibilities
  • Privileges, benefits, and restrictions
  • Customs and courtesies
  • Career development and ...
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Overview

  • U.S. Air Force organizations and types of assignments
  • Duties and responsibilities
  • Privileges, benefits, and restrictions
  • Customs and courtesies
  • Career development and promotion
  • Pay and allowances
  • Command and leadership
  • Uniforms and insignia
  • Complete data on Air Force installations worldwide
  • Extensive references to regulations and other information

Updated to reflect changes in the military in general and the Air Force in particular, this new edition of Air Force Officer's Guide contains professional materials needed for a successful career as an Air Force officer, from cadet to general, both active duty and reserves.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780811734523
  • Publisher: Stackpole Books
  • Publication date: 2/25/2008
  • Series: Air Force Officer's Guide Series
  • Edition description: Revised
  • Edition number: 35
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 650,124
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Col. Jeffrey C. Benton served in the Air Force for twenty-eight years in a wide variety of flying, leadership, and instructional assignments. He lives in Alabama.
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Table of Contents

The Profession of Arms
The Professional Officer     2
The Code of Air Force Service     7
Leadership     20
Responsibilities of Command     28
The Air Force of the Future     48
Air Force Organization
The Departments of Defense and the Air Force     52
The Air Reserve Forces     74
Career and Advancement
Officer Professional Development     80
USAF Training and Education     84
Health and Fitness     96
Promotion     102
Officer Evaluation System     106
The Air Force Way
Military Courtesy     124
Customs of the Service     136
Uniforms and Insignia     146
Awards, Decorations, and Badges     169
Social Life in the Air Force     197
Benefits and Restrictions
The U.S. Air Force as a Career     210
Rights, Privileges, and Restrictions     214
Pay and Personal Allowances     232
Leave     242
Medical Care     246
Voluntary and Involuntary Separations     249
Retirement     254
Benefits after Separation     261
Personal Affairs
Legal Documents and Assistance     270
Financial Security for Your Family     282
Overseas Assignment     292
Initial Active-Duty and Follow-On Assignments     298
Professional Reading Guide     303
Major USAF Installations     309
Selected Air Force Publications     330
USAF Acronyms and Abbreviations     333
USAF Fitness Charts     342
Index     359
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    This guide is great for knowledge if you want to be in the air force as an officer. This book is a good book all together.i recomend this book if you want to be a officer in the air force.

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