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MISSIHN HNll Hlillllll
The Squadron Officer School, as the initial course in the USAF's advanced military education
program, has a dual and vital role. ln the first place, the school must develop young officers
who are dedicated to the USAF, its mission and policies, and who look upon a career in the Air
Force with enthusiasm and determination. Secondly, the school must graduate officers who are
thoroughly prepared to assume progressively more important positions in the USAF and who will
provide the Air Force with the sound leadership and qualified airmanship that are so vital to
sustained effectiveness. ln general terms, the responsibilities to the Air Force and the officer
students are spelled out in the mission of the Squadron Officer School.
". . . to increase the abilities of selected officers to execute the command tasks associated
with squadrons and to perform staff tasks normally encountered by lieutenants and captains and
to provide these officers the foundation for further professional development."
SQUADRON OFFICER SCHOOL OBJECTIVES
lf these officers are to become more effective in the execution of command and staff tasks, the
school must do three things: increase military knowledge, develop personal skills, and reaffirm
positive attitudes. This interpretation of the mission has led to the formulation of a series of
five broad objectives which break down the statement of the mission into components which more
clearly identify what the job is. These obiectives are:
l. To develop an ability to solve problems logically and to communicate effectively.
2. To increase understanding of the characteristics, principles, and techniques ofleadership,
and their relation to squadron discipline, esprit, and mission accomplishment.
3. To initiate a program for continued professional improvement to include an understanding of
ideological conflicts and their effects upon the policies and strategies of the United States and
the United States Air Force.
4. To increase understanding of the duties and responsibilities of squadron-grade officer,
the principles of organization, and the functions of command.
5. To increase understanding of aerospace doctrines and the employment of aerospace forces
and other military forces in peace and war, and the impact of technology on air warfare.
SQUADRON OFFICER SCHOOL PHILOSOPHY
Our philosophy of instruction for attaining these obiectives extends far beyond merely exposing
the student to subject matter. ln the broadest sense, the Squadron Officer School seeks to devel-
op the "whole man" -- to guide, encourage, and inspire the mental, physical and ethical develop-
ment of the young officer so that he may reach toward his maximum potential as a leader in the
Today as we stand on the threshold of space, the future is almost beyond comprehension. Weap-
on systems being developed and the tactics evolving from them far surpass the wildest specula-
tions of the World War II commander, therefore, the student is guided toward principles rather than
techniques. All areas of the curriculum are designed to prepare him for responsibility by inte-
grating the acquisition of professional knowledge with the development of command skillsand
ln the decision-making process, the school has recognized a guiding principle which is stated
as the school theme, "Think -- Communicate -- Cooperate."
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