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"We are proud of our center's history and we continuously strive to lead across the DoD in all we do here at The Air Force Negotiation Center (AFNC). AFNC is recognized as a leader in educating and training individuals and teams on conflict management, negotiation, mediation, and facilitation. Our instruction is presented across the Air Force and DoD, and delivered by our own world-class faculty.
In addition to training and education, the AFNC has a breadth of opportunities for academic scholars; we encourage individuals to engage in our publication programs through The Journal of Military Conflict Transformation (JMCT) and The Military Education and Training in Conflict Transformation (METCAT) Papers.
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AFNC Acting Director, Commandant Air Force Cyber College
Colonel David B. Bosko is the Commandant, Air Force Cyber College. He was commissioned into the Air Force from the ROTC program at the University of Maryland in 1989, graduating with a Bachelor's in Computer Science. Full Biography
Program Manager, AFNC Curricula, Advisor to AFNC Director
Dr. Edwards is the Program Manager of Education and Training-- Curricula and Advisor to the Air Force Negotiation Center Director, Maxwell AFB, Alabama. As an advisor to the AFNC Director, she provides senior-level guidance regarding organizational, educational, training, budget, procurement, and contracting matters. Full Biography
Chief, Instructional Systems Specialist, Negotiation & Mediation
Dr. Roberson serves as an Instructor for the Air Force Negotiation Center (AFNC), designing and teaching negotiation and mediation-related courses. He designs, develops, implements, and manages training programs for negotiation and mediation related curricula. Full Biography
Chief, Conflict Management & Dispute Resolution Ed. & Training
Paul Firman is the Chief, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Education & Training at the Air Force Negotiation Center (AFNC), Maxwell AFB, Alabama. He directly supports the Air Force Chief of Staff Guidance to improve conflict resolution skills by ensuring relevant education and training programs are designed, developed, and delivered to the Total Force. Full Biography
David O'Meara is a Sole Proprietor and Independent education and teaching consultant to the Air University's Air Force Negotiation Center (AFNC) and the Air Force Culture and Language Center. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Air Force Academy in 1982. Also, He graduated with honors from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas with a Master of Arts in American History. Full Biography
AFNC Adaptive Negotiations & Mediation Instructor Lead IT, AFNC Education & Curriculum
Dr. Thomas J. Gajewski is honored to serve the Department of the Air Force as an Instructional Systems Specialist (GS-1750-12) for the Air University, Air War College, Air Force Negotiation Center. Dr. Gajewski brings to the table 40 years in mechanical / manufacturing engineering, international managerial and academic administration experience as well as significant tenure on podium. Full Biography