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Office of the Dean for Undergraduate Education

Introduction to the Air Force and Military Leadership
Danny Hugh U.S. Air Force
Enrollment limited: first come, first served
Limited to 15 participants.
Participants welcome at individual sessions (series)
Prereq: none

Come learn more about your Air Force and the U.S. military through short lectures, open discussions, and group activities. Course activities will include lessons on teamwork and leadership, basic fitness training, and group problem solving activities. There may be additional opportunities to visit Air Force facilities in the local area.

While offered by the ROTC department, this is NOT a part of the ROTC program. Students will not be committed to joining the military upon completion of this series. If you'd like to know more about how the military operates or develop your leadership skills, this course is for you!
Contact: Danny Hugh, W59-114, (617) 253-4475, dhugh@mit.edu

Introduction to Teamwork
Danny Hugh U.S. Air Force
Topics include:
- Air Force core values
- What the Air Force does (other than fly planes)
- Team dynamics
- Teamwork activities
Thu Jan 12, 02-04:00pm, W59-073

Current Events and Leadership
Danny Hugh U.S. Air Force
Topics Include:
- Air Force involvement in current events
- Discussion of the Air Force's role in U.S. policy
- Leadership models
- Physical Fitness

Please bring comfortable workout clothes to this session. The fitness portion will be low to moderate intensity (no prior experience necessary).
Thu Jan 19, 02-04:00pm, W59-073

MIT Engineering and the Air Force
Danny Hugh U.S. Air Force
Topics Include:
- Engineering in the U.S. Air Force
- MIT and the Air Force
Thu Jan 26, 02-04:00pm, W59-073

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