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  • Hot Topic: Diversity and Inclusion

    The Department of the Air Force needs the talents of a diverse group of air and space professionals to maintain supremacy in air, space, and cyberspace. Diversity and inclusion initiatives ensure that every air and space operator understands that they are an essential and valued part of the team, and free to focus on mission accomplishment without fear of discrimination or harassment. AUP and AU's resources augment those available elsewhere in support of vital training and education to enhance research and support training to ensure the most diverse and inclusive environment possible.
  • Sharing the Journey: A Military Spouse Perspective

    A unit’s command team is the partnership among the commander, the senior noncommissioned officer (NCO), and a volunteer lead spouse. As the primary advisor, ambassador, and advocate for the spouses and families of members in the unit, finding the right person to undertake the critical role of volunteer lead spouse is one of the most important decisions a commander will make. Once a spouse in the unit decides to take on the role, it can be challenging and incredibly rewarding to navigate working with military leadership, state or local government, base programs and organizations, and other military spouses to take care of families. This book captures “words of wisdom” collected by Mrs. Dawn Goldfein, spouse of the 21st Chief of Staff of the Air Force and Gen David L. Goldfein over their 37-year career. For command teams that seek to understand and leverage the military “spouse network” of command, lead, key, and key spouse mentors within their unit or their installation, it offers a treasure trove of useful ideas and stories. [Dawn A. Goldfein, Dr. Paul J. Springer and Capt Katelynne R. Baier, USAF / 2020/ 70 pages / ISBN: 9781585663156 / AU Press Code: B-167]
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