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Improving the Effectiveness of Air Force Squadron Commanders: Assessing Squadron Commander Responsibilities, Preparation, and Resources (Rand Project Air Force)
Improving the Effectiveness of Air Force Squadron Commanders: Assessing Squadron Commander Responsibilities, Preparation, and Resources (Rand Project Air Force)

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Manufacturer: RAND Corporation
Publisher: RAND Corporation
Author(s): John A. Ausink, Miriam Matthews, Raymond E. Conley, Nelson Lim

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Product Description:
Binding: Paperback
EAN: 9780833099457
ISBN: 0833099450
Item Dimensions: Array
Label: RAND Corporation
Languages: Array
Manufacturer: RAND Corporation
Number Of Pages: 100
Publication Date: 2018-06-05
Publisher: RAND Corporation
Studio: RAND Corporation
Editorial Review:
A top priority for Gen David Goldfein, chief of staff of the Air Force, is to revitalize the squadron as the warfighting core of the Air Force. The present study used a variety of data sources and interviews with 75 squadron, group, and wing commanders to develop recommendations for how the Air Force can do this by addressing squadron commander responsibilities, improving commander preparation, and refining resource monitoring.
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