Obviously directed at Air Force readers, Colonel Timmons's book - because of its aphoristic, anecdotal, concrete approach - will speak to readers in other services and in many civilian organizations and institutions as well. Shelves in the nation's bookstores today are groaning under the weight of q how-toq leadership books purporting to reveal the secrets of how to succeed in one career or another. Most do not last. Only a few stand the test of time; this promises to be one of them. Lieutenant General Bradley C. Hosmer, United States Air Force Superintendent, United States Air Force AcademyAn example: Air Force 35-10 standards are always a big item on Air Training Command inspections, especially for the students. Ia#39;ve seen some squadrons at my old base make a habit of conducting a full-blown open-ranks inspection beforeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Commanding an Air Force Squadron|
|Author||:||Timothy T. Timmons|