United States Air Force Leadership. The art of influencing and directing people in a way that will win their obedience, confidence, respect, and loyal cooperation in achieving a common objective. LeMay's Leadership.
The art of influencing and directing people in a way that will win their
obedience, confidence, respect, and loyal cooperation in achieving a common
LL 1.2.1 – USAF Leadership Definition
No matter how well you apply the art of leadership, no matter how strong your
unit or high the morale of your men, if your leadership is not directed
completely toward the mission, your leadership has failed.
- General Curtis LeMay
LL 1.2.2 – LeMay's Leadership
I pledge that I will serve faithfully in the Civil Air Patrol cadet
program, and that I will attend meetings regularly, participate
actively in unit activities, obey my officers, wear my uniform properly,
and advance my education and training rapidly to prepare myself to
be of service to my community, state, and nation.
LL 1.2.3 – Cadet Oath
Decide when to study and set aside a certain number of hours a day or a week to do it.
Choose a quiet place so you will not be interrupted.
Have good lighting.
Find a comfortable, well-ventilated place to work.
Make sure you have all the tools you need (pencil, paper, note cards, calculator) before you start.
Give your undivided attention to the subject and shut out distractions.
Survey the material you are going to read by scanning the paragraph headings and major topics.
To better understand the material you are about to read, ask yourself questions about it first. Answer these questions as you read.
If you are allowed to write in your book, underline or highlight important ideas; otherwise outline the material.
Complete all the material.
Answer any review questions provided in the text.
Reread to clear up any misunderstandings.
Take a 5-minute break each hour, doing something as different from reading as you can, such as physical exercise.
Review consistently and periodically.
LL 1.2.4 - Study Habits