The LeMay Center is the principal organization for developing and assessing Air Force doctrine and advocating airpower doctrine in Joint & multinational arenas. The LeMay Center is the Air Force lead for tactical, operational and strategic lessons learned. Ensuring lessons learned and doctrinal concepts are integrated into the Air Force Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures, wargames, and educations. The LeMay Center is also charged with educating warfighters through resident and distance learning courses. The center executes operational and strategic wargames for the Air Force, Air University and partner nations.
The LeMay Center operates as the Air University Intelligence Office, offering educational electives and intelligence support for core Joint and Air Force Professional Military Education courses. The Intelligence function serves as the Special Security Office (SSO) as well as the Senior Intelligence Officer for AU.
The LeMay Center also operates the Joint Integration Directorate integrating plans, curriculum, wargaming, doctrine development and subject matter expertise across all services.
Serves as the Air Force voting member on the Air, Land, Sea Application Center on the Joint Actions Steering Committee to help develop joint solutions for instant combat impact and provide Air Force expertise to ensure relevancy for the immediate needs of the warfighter.
This month, the LeMay Center highlights air mobility in support of Operation JUST CAUSE as our Doctrine Paragon.
The LeMay Center highlights General George C. Kenney as the Doctrine Paragon for his leadership and organization of the Far East Air Forces in the Southwest Pacific Area during World War II.
Chief of Space Operations Gen. Chance Saltzman and Vice Chief of Space Operations Gen. Michael Guetlein spoke to Air University students while visiting Maxwell Air Force Base, Jan. 22-23, 2024.
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