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Primary Text: • AS 300

Primary Text: • AS 300 Student Guide, Leadership Studies (LS), 2013-2014 Secondary Texts and Helpful References: • AFH 33-337, The Tongue and Quill (T&Q), 2004 with 2012 supplement • AFOCD, Air Force Officer Classification Directory (AFOCD), 2013 • AFO, The Armed Forces Officer (AFO), 2006 • AFDD 1-1, Leadership and Force Development (AFDD 1-1), 2011 • HCTM, T-700, Holm Center Training Manual (HCTM), 1994 • AU-24, Concepts for Air Force Leadership (AU-24), 2008 Classroom Rules of Engagement for Air Force Cadets 1. Attendance: Air Force cadets must attend 80% of class sessions to receive credit for this course. As in the operational Air Force, simply meeting minimum standards is typically unacceptable. I ask that you attend every class unless a legitimate conflict arises. In order to arrange alternate course work, please coordinate with me as early as possible if you expect to miss a class. If you are late to class, you will receive ½ of an absence. Academic-only and special students have no minimum attendance requirements (in accordance with university guidelines); however, excessive absences will negatively affect class participation grades. 2. Uniform wear: on Tuesdays, Air Force cadets will wear the uniform as prescribed in the Leadership Laboratory operations order. Uniforms are optional on Thursdays (business casual attire required) unless you are presenting a formal briefing on that day (Service Dress uniform required in that case). 3. Military protocol: Air Force cadets will observe military customs and courtesies at all times. Call the room to attention when the instructor (or a military officer senior to the instructor) enters or leaves the room. 4. Food and drink: feel free to bring either or both. Assignments 1. Classroom participation: I require your active participation. We each possess ideas on leadership, whether gained through direct leadership or followership experience, observation of others, or personal reflection. This course is about sharing, expanding, and perhaps altering those ideas. Take the opportunity to both influence and be influenced through classroom involvement. In other words, take the opportunity to lead! 2. Memorandum: Air Force cadets will write a two-page official memorandum that outlines their goals for their cadet wing position this semester. Possible topics include, but are not limited to, areas for personal development, opportunities to improve cadet wing processes and functions, and mentorship of GMC cadets. Non-cadet students will write a two-page official memorandum that outlines their personal goals for this semester and what they expect to get out of this class. Ensure to review the attached document on common paper and briefing errors (Attachment 2) when preparing your memorandum. 3. Extemporaneous speaking: you will present a number of short briefings and discussion topics to the class. I will not announce these assignments in advance. They may include beginning a class session by

giving a brief overview of the readings, leading a class exercise, presenting results of a group exercise, or detailing how you would address one of the case studies. 4. Midterm/final exams: the midterm and final exams will be a compilation of multiple choice, fill-inthe-blank, true/false, and essay questions. The final exam will not be comprehensive. 5. Formal briefing: you will present a formal informative briefing, 5-6 minutes in length, on a current military event/topic. This is a topic of your choice; all topics must be approved to prevent duplication. Ensure to review the attached document on common paper and briefing errors (Attachment 2) when preparing your briefing. Grading You will have opportunity to earn the following points: I will assign letter grades as follows: - Classroom participation 15 points - Memorandum 15 points - Extemporaneous speaking 5 points - Midterm exam 20 points - Final exam 20 points - Formal briefing 25 points UW-Madison / Edgewood UW-Whitewater / MBBC A 100-93 A 100-93 C- 72-70 AB 92-88 A- 92-90 D+ 69-66 B 87-83 B+ 89-87 D 65-63 BC 82-78 B 86-83 D- 62-60 C 77-70 B- 82-80 F 59-0 D 69-60 C+ 79-77 F 59-0 C 76-73 Air Force cadets must achieve a minimum grade of C (Madison and Edgewood) or C- (Whitewater and MBBC) to pass this course and remain in AFROTC. Academic-only students must achieve a minimum grade of D to pass this course. Attachment: 1. Class Schedule 2. Common Paper and Briefing Errors //SIGNED, ets, 2014-01-24// EVAN T. SEARLES, Maj, USAF Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies

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