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The Department of Air Power is made up of civilian and military faculty from across the joint force and includes officers from our nation’s allies. Faculty within the department are responsible for teaching, research, and service. The department develops and delivers two of the core courses: Airpower I and Airpower II. The first course, AP 1 examines the struggle to determine the nature of airpower and its functions The second course, AP 2, examines the development of airpower from the Vietnam War through the present and into the future.

The Department of International Security is made up of civilian and military faculty from across the joint force and includes officers from our nation’s allies. Faculty within the department are responsible for teaching, research, and service. The department develops and delivers two of the core courses: International Security 1 and International Security 2. The first course, IS 1, provides a comprehensive overview of the context in which the development of US grand strategy occurs. The second course, IS 2, explores the conduct of national security through the lens of military strategy.

The Department of Warfighting is made up of civilian and military faculty from across the joint force and includes officers from our nation’s allies. Faculty within the department are responsible for teaching, research, and service.  The Warfighting department is responsible for two core courses, War Theory and Joint Warfighting. War Theory introduces military theory, addressing both the nature and character of war. Joint Warfighting is designed to demonstrate, at the operational level, how the U.S. joint force organizes, deploys, employs, sustains, and redeploys military capabilities in support of national interests in order to prevail in war.

The Department of Leadership is made up of civilian and military faculty from across the joint force and includes officers from our nation’s allies. Faculty within the department are responsible for teaching, research, and service. The Leadership Department is responsible for one core course and the Leadership Experience Conference (LEDx). In the Leadership course students have the opportunity to hone their personal leadership philosophies, and prepare for future command and staff responsibilities.  LEDx provides various real-world examples of the perils and possibilities of leadership inherent in complex, dynamic and ambiguous operational environments.