As you travel throughout the Air Force, you'll be amazed at the commitment, loyalty, and trust that our Airmen display for each other and to the profession of arms.  Our institution has never been better, yet we must never believe that we have reached the top of the mountain.  Successful organizations are constantly asking how they might improve, what the changing context might  force them to reconsider, and how their people can best be prepared for an uncertain future.  

These essays and articles are meant to capture some of the topics that we as an institution should continually highlight, debate and directly address as appropriate. They are candid and written with a dedicated heart for making our Air Force better tomorrow than it is today.  We welcome your comments and submissions for inclusion on this website.  Please send your submissions to the following email:  aetc.pace.projectmgtworkflow@us.af.mil  

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