• Air University reorganizes, creates Ira C. Eaker Center for Leadership Development

    The Ira C. Eaker Center for Professional Development is transforming to meet a larger Air Force need for comprehensive leadership curriculum and instruction.The transformation includes realigning the center’s mission, adding several organizations, and renaming it the Ira C. Eaker Center for Leadership Development.“While simply replacing the word
  • PACE slated to move to Air University in Summer 2019

    The Air Force Profession of Arms Center of Excellence will be realigning under, and relocating to, Air University at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, this summer. PACE first stood up here March 2, 2015, to inspire, educate, and motivate every Airman to always successfully live by the Air Force Core Values.

  • Civilian Developmental Education offers opportunities to learn, grow

    The Air Force Civilian Developmental Education program is a portfolio of courses and training designed to address the developmental needs of the civilian workforce at all levels. Programs help civilians to achieve short or long term goals at a level appropriate to their needs and desired path of future growth. These include opportunities for civilians to attain associate through advanced college degrees in Air Force institutions and spots in military professional education programs. Applications for Academic Year 2020 open on March 1.
  • Family Forever: Gold Star tribute video shares images, memories of heroes

    “We remember.” Those words are the theme of a new tribute video released by the Profession of Arms Center of Excellence (PACE), on Sept. 20, 2018.
  • Remembering our Gold Star families

    As a tribute to the families of fallen Airmen, the Profession of Arms Center of Excellence released today its newest Heritage Today video, Gold Star Families.



  • Second annual PACE Leadership Impact Award winners announced

    Seventeen individuals and four teams of Airmen and civilians from across the Total Force were recently announced as the 2017 PACE Leadership Impact Award recipients.

  • AETC conducts first Squadron Command Team Course for commanders, superintendents

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHcpZzcGRccJOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas--Air Education and Training Command conducted its first-ever Squadron Command Team and Spouses Course April 10-13, with 45 current or incoming commanders, 15 superintendents, and 29 spouses participating in the new program.The participation of squadron superintendents
  • "What Now, Airman?" spurs discussions about ethical dilemmas

    The Profession of Arms Center of Excellence is currently producing “What Now, Defender?,” the 11th topic in the “What Now, Airman?” series. “What Now, Airman?” training videos present moral and ethical “gray areas” to spur discussion and address decision-making among targeted audience groups. The central focus of the videos is to address character development, Air Force Core Values and moral, ethical decision-making.

  • PACE accepting nominations for 2018 Leadership Impact Award

    The Profession of Arms Center of Excellence, in collaboration with the Air University Leadership Institute, is now accepting nominations for the 2018 Leadership Impact Award.

  • PACE: providing the tools to shape a professional workplace

    On Feb. 1, Lt. Col. Matt Basler, Profession of Arms Center of Excellence senior professionalism instructor, visited McConnell to teach the PACE: Enhancing Human Capital Course.