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Au-2 Guidelines for Command

By Jumper, John P.

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Book Id: WPLBN0000699124
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Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: Au-2 Guidelines for Command  
Author: Jumper, John P.
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Language: English
Subject: Instructional materials, Armed Forces, Air University (U.S.)
Collections: AU Press Collection
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Publisher: Air University Press

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Jumper, J. P. (n.d.). Au-2 Guidelines for Command. Retrieved from http://community.worldlibrary.net/


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Educational Reference Publication

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Excerpt: The verb command means to exercise authority over, to rule, to dominate by location or overlook. The noun command defines the act of giving orders, the authority to command, the ability to control, mastery, and a unit or post under the authority of one officer. Command entails much more than its definition implies. It is about people--your people. As commander, you will be responsible for ensuring that the people assigned to your squadron have the opportunity to develop professionally. You may also be the one to help them on a personal level at some point in their career. You are their commander-- the one whom they will look to for leadership, guidance, and occasionally, comfort. You are the disciplinarian--empowered by the US Air Force to take steps necessary to enforce good order and discipline in your command. Command is your responsibility and cannot be taken lightly.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Disclaimer, ? Ii - Foreword, ? Ix - Preface, ? Xi - 1 Taking Command, ? 1 - What Is Command?, ? 1 - Command And Accountability, ? 2 - Leadership And You, ? 3 - Becoming Aware of Responsibilities, ? 3 - Suggestions On Taking Command, ? 5 - Advice to Commanders, ? 8 - Air Force Standards, 10 - Geographically Separated Units, 13 - Commander?s Checklist, 14 - A Final Word, 15 - Notes, 15 - 2 Leadership In the New Millennium, 17 - Leadership Versus Management, 17 - Qualities of Leadership, 20 - Vision, 23 - Empowerment, 25 - Learning, 27 - Followership, 31 - Dealing With Change, 34 - Commander?s Checklist, 36 - Selected Readings, 37 - Notes, 37 - 3 Base Agencies, 39 - American Red Cross, ? 39 - Area Defense Counsel, ? 40 - Office of Special Investigations, ? 40 - Wing Chaplain, ? 41 - Comptroller, ? 41 - Military Equal Opportunity, ? 43 - Staff Judge Advocate, ? 43 - Inspector General, ? 44 - Safety, ? 44 - Public Affairs, ? 45 - Logistics Plans, ? 46

 

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