Canadian Air Force leadership and command :: D2-211/2007E-PDF
the human dimension of expeditionary Air Force operations /
This book covers the influence of the Canadian Air Force’s culture and professional working environment on its leadership styles and command arrangements. It presents the history of the Air Force, the unification of Canada’s three services, and the evolution of the command and control structure. It discusses the different leadership styles in the Army, Navy, and Air Force, the Canadian Air Force command, and various Air Force communities. Includes a glossary, list of abbreviations, bibliography, and biographies.
|Department/Agency||Department of National Defence.|
|Title||Canadian Air Force leadership and command :|
|Subtitle||the human dimension of expeditionary Air Force operations /|
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|Number of Pages||277p.|
|Subject Terms||Military command|
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