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What serves as a way to conceptualize the profession of arms

Continuum of professionalism

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These include technical knowledge, communication, leadership, management skills

Professional methods

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These include quality quality of work, ethical behavior, professional relationships, adherence to core values, parents to 36–2618, promotion for values, promotion of 36–2618

Professional standards

3

This includes Attitude, alignment with core values, alignment with 36–2618

Professional character

4

These shape actions, decisions and behaviors

Values

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Has the potential to negatively shape actions, decisions, and behaviors

Values conflict

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These develop and maintain distinct bodies of specialized knowledge and impart expertise through formal, theoretical and practical education

Professions

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On what level does the American profession of arms have more dire consequences of failure, serve the nation as a collective client, members work, study, and train to prevent failure,

Institutionally

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On what level does the American profession of arms assume unlimited liability as a result of their oath, can be ordered to place lives on the line, obligation to risk life and well being for greater good

Personal level

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What three ways distinguish the American Profession of arms from others?

Service to constitution, officer and NCO professionalism, proficiency in integrating technology.

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Physical, intellectual, and moral

Are the three dimensions of the American profession of arms

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Made up of traditions and history, norms of conduct, guiding values and standards

Air Force Culture

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These demand adherence to laws, treaties, conventions governing conduct of war, LOAC.

Air Force Norms of Conduct

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Three principles grounded in the constitution are?

Core values, Airmans Creed, Warrior Ethos

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The embodiment of warrior ethos.

Warrior Spirit

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Integral part in decision making process that ties us to our past and binds us to our future.

Core Values

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Three pillars of professionalism

Core values

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Actual application of professional knowledge and theory to any given situation

Professional Methods

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Combination of emotional, moral, intellectual qualities and behaviors exhibited at all times by all members of the profession

Professional character

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The four dimensions of air mindedness

Speed, range, altitude, time

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Together these describe the emotional, moral, and intellectual qualities and behaviors common to all successful enlisted air-minded military professionals.

Little bluebook and little brown book

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AFI 36-2618 enlisted force structure

Little brown book

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Air Force core values book

Little blue book

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Art of being a professional airmen

Airmanship

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How Airmen refer to military culture, beliefs and attitudes

Air mindedness

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Maintaining high professional standards despite conflicting values is a true mark of what

True professional

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What is foundation in progressive professionalism

DDR direction discipline recognition

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Formal learning activities, informal learning activities, formal assignments, informal assignments are four categories from which what is typically derived

Learning experiences

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BMT, tech school, FTAC, EPME, Ancillary Training, and College courses are what kind of Learning designed to obtain specific outcomes

Formal learning activities

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Peer-to-peer communication, reading, Internet research, talking with experts, mentoring moments, managing and leading teams and organizations are all what type of learning activities

Informal