"Series Number"

AFSPCCAT36-1

BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER
AIR FORCE SPACE COMMAND

"Date of Instruction - Spell Month Out Completely"

16 October 1995

Personnel

"Long Title - Type In All Capital Letters"

1996 LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM CATALOG

This catalog defines the approved HQ AFSPC conferences and seminars for 1996. It applies to HQ AFSPC and all subordinate units. This publication does not apply to the Air Force Reserve nor Air National Guard units.

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Preface 3
General Information About the Leadership Development Program Catalog 4

Chap 1 AFSPC Leadership Development Conferences 5
Commander:
AFSPC Commanders' Conference 6
Field Support Team:
Support Commanders' Conference 7
History:
Historians' Conference 8
Legal:
Space Law Conference 9
Logistics:
Logistics Group Commanders' Conference 10
Medical:
Medical Group Staff Conference 11
Operations:
Operations Group Commanders' Conference 12

Chap 2 AFSPC Leadership Development Seminars 13
Chaplain:
Senior Chaplain/NCOIC Seminar 14
Civil Engineering:
Civil Engineering Seminar 15
Communications-Computer Services:
C4 Seminar 16
Comptroller:
Comptrollers' Seminar 17
Information Management:
Information Management Seminar 18
Inspector General:
Inspector General Seminar 19
Intelligence:
Intelligence Seminar 20
Legal:
Staff Judge Advocate/Law Office Manager/Reserve Component Seminar 21
Logistics:
Transportation Squadron Commanders' Seminar 22
Personnel:
Military Personnel Flight Chief Seminar 23
Squadron Commanders' Course 23
Plans:
Planners' Seminar 24
Protocol:
Protocol Seminar 25
Public Affairs:
Public Affairs and Base Newspaper Seminar 26
Quality:
Quality Improvement Seminar 27
Security Police:
Security Police Squadron Commander's Seminar 28
Senior Enlisted Advisor:
Senior Enlisted Advisors'/First Sergeants' Seminar 29
Services:
Services Squadron Commanders' Seminar 30

Chap 3 AFSPC Leadership Development Program Calendar 31

Attachment 47

1. Recommended Reading List 47

PREFACE

Air Force Space Command's mission is to defend the United States of America through the control and exploitation of space. To accomplish this increasingly critical mission, Air Force Space Command must be nothing less than the world's best space and missile team providing and supporting worldwide combat forces. This cannot be done without talented, proactive, visionary and energetic leaders at all levels -- top to bottom.

History has proven that even in large, well-equipped military organizations, if the people are not professional, motivated and well trained, then the organization will not achieve mission success or win in combat. This is even more critical in today's changing, complex and dynamic world. Space forces are at the "cutting edge" of global presence. We need "cutting edge" leaders. That's what this program is all about -- creating new leaders -- winners who stop at nothing to be the best.

The focus of Air Force Space Command's leadership is mission effectiveness and commitment to quality in every aspect of mission support. We have established this Leadership Development Program as part of our Quality Air Force so the command's leaders can learn the "whys" and the "hows" of continuous improvement. There is no single formula for successful leadership, but if we practice what is taught in these conferences and seminars and take full opportunity to cross flow innovative ideas during these sessions we will produce a contagious culture of strong, positive leaders.

At every level, "leadership counts." Every Air Force Space Command leader needs to know and teach their subordinates the Command philosophies, standards and reasons behind the way we do business. That's what it will take to be the world's best space and missile team in the world's best Air Force.

JOSEPH W. ASHY
General, USAF
Commander

GENERAL INFORMATION
ABOUT THE
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM CATALOG

1. The Leadership Development Program Catalog is divided into two categories: conferences and seminars. A conference is a gatherings involving general officers from the field or wing/ group commanders. A seminar is a gatherings involving Directors or commanders below group level.

2. Use the following guidelines when planning conferences or seminars:

2.1. Begin all AFSPC conferences and seminars with an Icebreaker on Monday evening and conclude no later than Friday morning to preclude travel on weekends. Obtain AFSPC Command Section approval for any exceptions.

2.2. The functional Director conducting the conference or seminar should host an Icebreaker on Monday evening beginning at approximately 1730. The Icebreaker should be a casual atmosphere that encourages interaction between the AFSPC Staff Directors and the conferees. Therefore, all Directors or their Deputies should attend. Attire is informal. Uniform of the Day is acceptable.

2.3. Start the business session on Tuesday morning with a general officer welcome followed by the Command briefing. If the CC and CV are not available during your conference or seminar, use the next senior general officer that is available to present the AFSPC Command and Quality leadership briefings. Also reserve time for QI, JA, CE and other Directorates to make presentations, as appropriate. Schedule the Large or Small Conference Room for the Command and Quality leadership briefing. If your audience is too large for these rooms, use the auditorium.

2.4. Host conferences and seminars at Peterson AFB only; do not hold off base or at another base. Use base facilities for billeting, socials and meetings, unless they're not available.

2.5. To minimize conflicts, plan on only one conference or seminar a week. Do not host a function concurrent with the Squadron Commander's Course. The Command Section will approve exceptions. Reserve your facilities early!

3. For more details, reference AFSPCHOI36-2, Leadership Development Program Headquarters Operating Instruction.

4. For inclusion into the next version of this catalog, please forward to HQ AFSPC/IMT a description of your conference or seminar, target population, scheduled dates, location and OPR by 16 September 1996 for CY97. We'll publish the catalog by 31 October 1996.

Chapter 1

AFSPC LEADERSHIP

DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCES

COMMANDER

AFSPC Commanders' Conference (CC)

Description: Provides the AFSPC Commander and staff an opportunity to discuss policy, procedures, problems and a wide variety of issues with AFSPC Commanders down through wing level to include group commanders who are wing equivalents. The three-day conference of approximately 15 commanders is conducted semiannually.

Target Population: AFSPC Commander and staff; 14 AF/CC, 20 AF/CC, 21 SW/CC, 30 SW/CC, 45 SW/CC, 50 SW/CC, 90 MW/CC, 91 MG/CC, 321 MG/CC, 341 MW/CC and SWC/CC

Scheduled Dates: 5-9 February 1996 and 12-16 August 1996 (with spouses at August conference only)

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC), Large Conference Room for commanders and Small Conference Room for commanders' spouses

OPR: HQ AFSPC/DS, DSN: 692-3513
FIELDSUPPORT TEAM

Support Commanders' Conference (FS)

Description: This three-day conference provides a forum for open discussion of key subjects of mutual concern to support commanders and the AFSPC staff. It provides updates on policies, initiatives and issues across the support spectrum. The seminar focuses on quality and teamwork necessary for effective support mission accomplishment.

Target Population: Support commanders: 21 SPTG/CC (Peterson AFB), 30 SPTG/CC (Vandenberg AFB), 45 SPTG/CC (Patrick AFB), Det 1, 45 SPTG/CC (Cape Canaveral AS), 50 SPTG/CC (Falcon AFB), 90 SPTG/CC (F. E. Warren AFB), 91 MG/DS (Minot AFB), 321 MG/CCD (Grand Forks AFB), 341 SPTG/CC (Malmstrom AFB), 721 SPTG/CC (Cheyenne Mountain AS) and 750 SG/CC (Onizuka AS)

Scheduled Dates: 31 October - 2 November 1995, 15-19 April 1996 and 7-11 October 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC), SC Conference Room

OPR: HQ AFSPC/Field Support (FS) Team, DSN: 692-8326 (Team)
HISTORY

Historians' Conference (HO)

Description: Provides AFSPC historians with an opportunity to improve their professional knowledge and skills through a biennial conference geared to their specific needs. The focus is on creating a forum that allows historians to interact and exchange ideas with their peers; to identify issues of mutual concern; and to develop possible solutions to common problems. The conference also serves as a vehicle to inform historians of changes in the Air Force history program and to reinforce the objectives of the AFSPC history program. In addition, a newly added dimension to the meeting will be the participation of AFSPC museum curators and a discussion of intersecting history/museum issues.

Target Population: Historians at the space and missile wings, and NAFs, and AFSPC museum curators. The conference is co-sponsored by the Air Force Historian. In addition, representatives from the USAF Historical Research Center and AF Museum are also invited to attend.

Scheduled Dates: 17-20 October 1995

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC), Small Conference Room

OPR: HQ AFSPC/HO, DSN: 692-3081
LEGAL

Space Law Conference (JA)

Description: A meeting of senior military and civilian attorneys to address critical legal issues impacting space operations. This includes information and issues requiring SCI access. The conference is co-sponsored by the Secretary of the Air Force General Counsel and The Judge Advocate General.

Target Population: International and Space Law experts from the above-referenced offices and MAJCOM Staff Judge Advocates

Scheduled Dates: 4-8 March 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC), Auditorium

OPR: HQ AFSPC/JA, DSN: 692-3916

LOGISTICS

Logistics Group Commanders' Conference (LG)

Description: Provides a forum for open discussion of subjects of mutual interest to AFSPC Logistics Group Commanders. Conferees receive briefings and updates on new policies. Promotes interaction between AFSPC Logistics Group Commanders, NAFs and MAJCOM staff.

Target Population: Logistics Group Commanders

Scheduled Dates: 21-23 May 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC), Large Conference Room

OPR: HQAFSPC/LGS, DSN: 692-3460

MEDICAL

Medical Group Staff Conference (SG)

Description: Three-day forum to discuss health care issues, trends, problems and outline objectives of the AF Medical Service. Agenda includes formal presentations by HQ AFSPC/SG functional staff and round-table discussion. Medical Group Commanders may be asked to present briefings on successful programs at their facilities.

Target Population: Incumbent AFSPC Medical Group Commanders and their executive staffs

Scheduled Dates: 8-11 January 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Officers' Club

OPR: HQ AFSPC/SG, DSN: 692-3311

OPERATIONS

Operations Group Commanders' Conference (DO)

Description: A semi-annual conference to provide AFSPC operations group commanders with information on issues affecting unit missions. It also provides a forum for group commanders to air concerns, share experiences, discuss command philosophy, receive AFSPC senior officer perspectives and consider solutions to problems.

Target Population: OG/CCs, OG/CVs, NAF/DO and other agencies as requested. The number of TDY personnel for this event is 18.

Scheduled Dates: 25-29 March 1996 and 16-19 September 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC), Large Conference Room

OPR: HQ AFSPC/DOTV, DSN: 692-9686

Chapter 2

AFSPC LEADERSHIP

DEVELOPMENT SEMINARS

CHAPLAIN

Senior Chaplain/NCOIC Seminar (HC)

Description: To provide the latest practical guidance on issues, programming manpower, leadership, quality, suicide prevention and readiness. Emphasis is on planning strategy for the chaplain service in AFSPC. Functional directors/managers present core curriculum.

Target Population: Senior Chaplains, NCOICs of each AFSPC chaplain function

Scheduled Dates: 28-31 May 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC), Small Conference Room

OPR: HQ AFSPC/HCX, DSN: 692-3610

CIVIL ENGINEERING

Civil Engineering Seminar (CE)

Description: This three-day seminar provides current information to AFSPC base civil engineers on the latest Command policies and provides a forum for exchange of ideas and solutions to common base-level management problems. In addition, it provides critical crossfeed among civil engineering commanders and the HQ AFSPC/CE staff on accomplishment of Command goals and objectives. The seminar also provides a forum to discuss the results of the Air Force-sponsored, worldwide CE conference.

Target Population: Incumbent base-level civil engineers

Scheduled Dates: 26 February - 1 March 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Officers' Club

OPR: HQ AFSPC/CEC, DSN: 692-9802

COMMUNICATIONS-COMPUTER SERVICES

Command, Control, Communications and Computers (C4) Seminar (SC)

Description: Meeting of AFSPC senior communications-computer systems (C-CS) personnel for exchange of information to improve customer support.

Target Population: Key C-CS personnel from the headquarters, numbered air forces, wings, groups and squadrons in Air Force Space Command

Scheduled Dates: 14-16 November 1995, 29 April - 3 May 1996 and 18-22 November 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC), SC Conference Room

OPR: HQ AFSPC/SCX, DSN: 692-2510

COMPTROLLER

Comptroller's Seminar (FM)

Description: Identifies, discusses and resolves Comptroller issues as they affect AFSPC. The financial status is updated for field comptrollers through the presentations of guest speakers from SAF/FM, DFAS, AFPC and interaction with the AFSPC Comptroller staff. This annual seminar is a three-day event with a projected attendance of 30-35 people, including guest speakers.

Target Population: AFSPC Comptroller and Division Chiefs, Wing/Group Comptrollers and Financial Analysis Officers

Tentative Dates: 24-28 June 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC)

OPR: HQ AFSPC/FMFF, DSN: 692-3661

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

Information Management Seminar (IM)

Description: Provides forum for HQ AFSPC/IM staff and base Chiefs of Information Management to discuss information management issues including strategic planning, functional process improvement, metrics management, electronic publications and distribution, records management, electronic record-keeping, contingency planning and personnel issues impacting the civilian and military IM community. Focuses on expanding the knowledge of base IM Chiefs by sharing ideas and providing them with current information and management tools.

Target Population: Information Management Flight Commanders/Chiefs

Scheduled Dates: 22-26 January 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1141 (Quality Center)

OPR: HQ AFSPC/IMQ, DSN: 692-3010

INSPECTOR GENERAL

Inspector General Seminar (IG)

Description: Provides Numbered Air Force Vice Commanders, Wing Inspectors General and Deputy Group Commanders an opportunity to discuss the Inspector General Complaints Program as well as future trends and current issues on IG inspections and assessments. This seminar is a two-day event with a projected attendance of 20-25 people.

Target Population: Numbered Air Force Vice Commanders, Wing Inspectors General and Deputy Group Commanders as well as IG staff personnel who administratively support the Complaints program

Scheduled Dates: 23-25 April 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC), Small Conference Room

OPR: HQ AFSPC/IGQ, DSN: 834-6361

INTELLIGENCE

Intelligence Seminar (IN)

Description: Brings Headquarters, NAF and Wing intelligence staff personnel together to discuss a wide range of issues and concerns relating to current and future intelligence support of the customer and to promote interaction and cross-feed among the Headquarters staff and NAF and Wing intelligence staffs. Agenda includes formal presentations by Headquarters functional staff and "round-table" discussions. NAF/Wing INs may be asked to present briefings on intelligence activities and programs at their units. The three-day seminar is conducted annually with a projected attendance of 20-30, including guest speakers, and is unit-funded.

Target Population: AFSPC NAF and Wing intelligence staffs

Scheduled Dates: 6-10 May 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC), Room 1533, Intelligence Conference Room

OPR: HQ AFSPC/INXXU, DSN: 692-2432

LEGAL

Staff Judge Advocate/Law Office Manager/Reserve Component Seminar (JA)

Description: A gathering of the senior leadership within the AFSPC JA community to discuss trends, new developments and other issues of importance to the legal field. It also offers the opportunity to review quality goals, initiatives and indicators.

Target Population: All AFSPC SJAs, law office managers and senior reservists

Scheduled Dates: 30 September - 4 October 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Officers' Club and Club 21 (Enlisted Club)

OPR: HQ AFSPC/JA, DSN: 692-3916

LOGISTICS

Transportation Squadron Commanders' Seminar (LG)

Description: Annual seminar to promote current and future Air Force and AFSPC transportation objectives, policies, procedures, goals and standards required to increase productivity, efficiency and economy in mission support. Provides opportunity for staff and base-level personnel to discuss common areas of concern and to arrive at possible solutions. Gives newly assigned commanders and chiefs of transportation insight into AFSPC's transportation philosophies and goals. Briefs objective wing and core manning issues, A-76 cost comparison study and contract issues, Unit Type Code (UTC) taskings, mobility and Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS) issues, vehicle and traffic management issues, facility issues and personnel issues. Additional MAJCOM staff briefings are scheduled as needed to address issues and areas of concern, submitted by field units, that are unique to individual transportation activities.

Target Population: All AFSPC transportation squadron commanders, Chiefs of Transportation and key branch chiefs

Scheduled Dates: 17-21 June 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC), Room 1612, LG Conference Room

OPR: HQ AFSPC/LGTX, DSN: 692-3502

PERSONNEL

Military Personnel Flight (MPF) Chief Seminar (DP)

Description: Expands the knowledge of MPF Chiefs in all aspects of personnel. Provides up-to-date briefings on current personnel issues, policies, procedures and philosophy from both a Command and Air Force perspective. Provides an open forum to discuss quality ideas on how to initiate/manage various personnel-related programs. Seminar attendees are provided a briefing on topics covered during the annual worldwide personnel conference hosted by AFPC. The seminar promotes interaction/crossfeed among AFSPC MPF Chiefs and the HQ AFSPC/DP staff. The three-day seminar is conducted annually with approximately 25 attendees.

Target Population: Current MPF and Satellite Personnel Activity Chiefs and Missile Group executive officers at non-AFSPC bases

Scheduled Dates: 5-7 December 1995 and 2-6 December 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC)

OPR: HQ AFSPC/DPPXX, DSN: 692-3354

Squadron Commanders' Course (DP)

Description: Air Force Chief of Staff-directed mandatory, pre-command training. This is a joint AFSPC and United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) course designed to expand the knowledge of squadron commanders in all aspects of their day-to-day activities with an emphasis on leadership, accountability, personnel programs and functional areas. Directorates, wing commanders and functional managers are directly involved in presentation of the core curriculum. AFSPC/CC and USAFA/CC are co-hosts for the course and their involvement includes the Commander's Welcome, Leadership Address, Ice Breaker, Executive Session and hosting two social events. The forum promotes interaction and "crossfeed" among AFSPC and USAFA squadron commanders and the respective headquarters staffs. The two-week course is conducted four times a year with approximately 20 attendees per class.

Target Population: Officers selected to fill squadron commander positions

Scheduled Dates: 1-10 November 1995; 1-12 April 1996; 3-14 June 1996; 15-26 July 1996 and 21-31 October 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC), Auditorium

OPR: HQ AFSPC/DPPX, DSN 692-5380
PLANS

Planners' Seminar (XP)

Description: Provide AFSPC, NAF and wing planners a forum to discuss policy, programming, manpower, long range planning, war planning, host tenant support issues and BRAC studies.

Target Population: MAJCOM, NAF and wing planners

Scheduled Dates: 9-13 September 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Officers' Club

OPR: HQ AFSPC/XP, DSN: 692-9093

PROTOCOL

Protocol Seminar (CVP)

Description: Discusses latest policy guidance as well as provides feedback from HQ USAF Protocol Conference. Topics include: Special Morale and Welfare (SM&W) and Office Representation Funds (ORF) funding guidelines and requests; use of government transportation for protocol visits; and interchange between command and units. Provide units with current practices in regards to preparation of invitations; seating arrangements; courtesies accorded distinguished visitors; and change of command, promotion and retirement ceremonies.

Target Population: Protocol officers from all AFSPC wings, NAFs, and missile groups (tenants on other MAJCOM bases) to include protocol officers from NORAD, USSPACECOM and AFSPC.

Scheduled Dates: 18-22 March 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Officers' Club

OPR: HQ AFSPC/CVP, DSN: 692-3741

PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Public Affairs and Base Newspaper Seminar (PA)

Description: A three-day seminar to discuss AFSPC goals, objectives and themes; identify and solve public affairs issues; provide advanced PA training; and discuss/improve quality metrics. Approximately 20 personnel to attend.

Target Population: AFSPC chiefs of Public Affairs offices and senior base newspaper writers. Office superintendents/NCOICs and environmental PA specialists also will be invited as well as Public Affairs chiefs of bases where missile groups are located.

Scheduled Dates: 11-15 March 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC), Large Conference Room

OPR: HQ AFSPC/PAD, DSN: 692-5672

QUALITY

Quality Improvement Seminar (QI)

Description: A three-day seminar to coordinate the Quality Air Force implementation strategies, policies and milestones for AFSPC wing equivalent organizations. The seminar will address command QAF implementation, cross-talk on wing successes and lessons learned and Air Force QAF initiatives. The agenda will include some specific quality-related training.

Target Population: QI office chiefs or their representatives

Scheduled Dates: 27-29 August 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1141 (Quality Center)

OPR: HQ AFSPC/QI, DSN: 692-3955

SECURITY POLICE

Security Police Squadron Commanders' Seminar (SP)

Description: Serves as a tailored forum for AFSPC Chiefs of Security Police, Security Police Superintendents and the HQ AFSPC/SP staff. Provides a unique three-day opportunity that includes presentations by security police officials and policy-makers who address the problems and challenges confronting police professionals. Attendees receive briefings on multiple issues ranging from information and industrial security to safeguarding space assets and intercontinental ballistic missiles. Forum is designed to build strong, continuing interaction between base and MAJCOM-level security professionals by introducing participants to the decision making factors applicable in all security programs. Conducted annually.

Target Population: AFSPC Chiefs of Security Police and Security Police Superintendents

Scheduled Dates: 13-17 May1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC), Large Conference Room

OPR: HQ AFSPC/SP, DSN: 692-3625

SENIOR ENLISTED ADVISOR

Senior Enlisted Advisors'/First Sergeants' Seminar (CCC)

Description: Provides the AFSPC Commander and staff an opportunity to discuss policy, procedures, concerns and a wide variety of issues with the Command's senior enlisted advisors and first sergeants. Normally a two-day seminar which includes individuals from AFPCs Chiefs Group, DeCA, CCAF, Senior NCO Academy and First Sergeants Group. Approximately 10 senior enlisted advisors and 50 first sergeants attend.

Target Population: AFSPC Commander and Staff. Briefers from outside agencies and NAF/wing/group advisors and two first sergeants from each wing.

Scheduled Dates: 8-12 July 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC), Auditorium

OPR: HQ AFSPC/CCC, DSN: 692-3120

SERVICES

Services Squadron Commanders' Seminar (SV)

Description: Identifies, discusses and resolves Services issues as they affect AFSPC. Attendees receive briefings and updates on new policy, share program ideas and refine Services goals, objectives, initiatives and metrics, all with the emphasis on improving SV programs and maximizing efficiency. This semi-annual seminar is a three-day event (Tuesday-Thursday) with a projected attendance of 15 people, including guest speakers.

Target Population: AFSPC Services Commanders and Chiefs

Scheduled Dates: 20-23 February 1996

Location: Peterson AFB CO, Bldg 1 (HQ AFSPC), Large Conference Room

OPR: HQ AFSPC/SVPM, DSN: 692-5374

Chapter 3

AFSPC LEADERSHIP

DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

CALENDAR

Rooms listed under "Location" are in Bldg 1, Peterson AFB, unless otherwise noted
AFSPC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
PETERSON AFB CO

OCTOBER 1995

No.
Dates Title Of Event/OPR TDY Location Page

9 Columbus Day

17-20 Historians' Conference (HO) 30 Small Conf Rm 8

23-27 Guardian Force (DO) 150 Falcon AFB

29 Daylight Saving Time ends

31-2 Nov Support Commanders' Conference 10 SC Conf Rm 7
(Field Support Team)

AFSPC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
PETERSON AFB CO

NOVEMBER 1995

No.
Dates Title Of Event/OPR TDY Location Page

1-10 Squadron Commanders' Course (DP) 30 Auditorium 23

3 AFA Ball Broadmoor

10 Veteran's Day recognized

14-16 C4 Seminar (SC) 10 SC Conf Rm 16

23 Thanksgiving

AFSPC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
PETERSON AFB CO

DECEMBER 1995

No.
Dates Title Of Event/OPR TDY Location Page

5-7 Military Personnel Flight Chief Seminar (DP) 25 Building 1 23

25 Christmas

AFSPC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
PETERSON AFB CO

JANUARY 1996

No.
Dates Title Of Event/OPR TDY Location Page

1 New Year's Day recognized

8-11 Medical Group Staff 50 O'Club 11
Conference (SG)

15 Martin Luther King Day recognized

22-26 Information Management Seminar (IM) 10 Bldg 1141 18

AFSPC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
PETERSON AFB CO

FEBRUARY 1996

No.
Dates Title Of Event/OPR TDY Location Page

5-9 AFSPC Commanders' Conference (CC) 20 Large Conf Rm 6 Small Conf Rm

19 President's Day

20- 23 Services Squadron Commanders' 15 LCR 30
Seminar (SV)

26-1 Mar Civil Engineering Seminar (CE) 30 O'Club 15

AFSPC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
PETERSON AFB CO

MARCH 1996

No.
Dates Title Of Event/OPR TDY Location Page

4-8 Space Law Conference (JA) 52 Auditorium 9

11-15 Public Affairs and Base Newspaper 20 Large Conf Rm 26 Seminar (PA)

18-22 Protocol Seminar (CVP) 10 O'Club 25

25-29 Operations Group Commanders' 18 Large Conf Rm 12
Conference (DO)

AFSPC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
PETERSON AFB CO

APRIL 1996

No.
Dates Title Of Event/OPR TDY Location Page

1-12 Squadron Commanders' Course (DP) 30 Auditorium 23

2 Daylight Saving Time begins

15-19 Support Commanders' Conference 13 SC Conf Rm 7
(Field Support Team)

22-26 Guardian Challenge (DO) 600 Vandenberg AFB

23-25 Inspector General Seminar (IG) 25 Small Conf Rm 19

29-3 May C4 Seminar (SC) 10 SC Conf Room 16

AFSPC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
PETERSON AFB CO

MAY 1996

No.
Dates Title Of Event/OPR TDY Location Page

6-10 Intelligence Seminar (IN) 20 IN Conf Rm 20

13-17 Security Police Squadron Commanders' 30 Large Conf Rm 28
Seminar (SP)

21-23 Logistics Group Commanders' 40 Large Conf Rm 10
Conference (LG)

27 Memorial Day recognized

28-31 Senior Chaplain/NCOIC Seminar (HC) 20 Small Conf Rm 14

AFSPC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
PETERSON AFB CO

JUNE 1996

No.
Dates Title Of Event/OPR TDY Location Page

3-14 Squadron Commanders' Course (DP) 30 Auditorium 23

17-21 Transportation Squadron Commanders' 25 LG Conf Rm 22
Seminar (LG)

24-28 Comptrollers' Seminar (FM) 35 Building 1 17

AFSPC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
PETERSON AFB CO

JULY 1996

No.
Dates Title Of Event/OPR TDY Location Page

4 Fourth of July

8-12 Senior Enlisted Advisors'/First Sergeants' 10 Auditorium 29
Seminar (CCC)

15-26 Squadron Commanders' Course (DP) 30 Auditorium 23

Week of 8 July AFSPC Industry Days

AFSPC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
PETERSON AFB CO

AUGUST 1996

No.
Dates Title Of Event/OPR TDY Location Page

12-16 AFSPC Commanders'/Spouses' 40 Large Conf Rm 6
Conference (CC) Small Conf Rm

27-29 Quality Improvement Seminar (QI) 10 Bldg 1141 27

AFSPC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
PETERSON AFB CO

SEPTEMBER 1996

No.
Dates Title Of Event/OPR TDY Location Page

2 Labor Day recognized

9-13 Planners' Seminar (XP) 25 O'Club 24

16-19 Operations Group Commanders' 18 Large Conf Rm 12
Conference (DO)

30-4 Oct Staff Judge Advocate Seminar (JA) 52 O' Club/Club 21 21
(Enlisted Club)

AFSPC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
PETERSON AFB CO

OCTOBER 1996

No.
Dates Title Of Event/OPR TDY Location Page

21-31 Squadron Commanders' Course (DP) 30 Auditorium 23

7-11 Support Commanders' Conference 13 SC Conf Rm 7
(Field Support Team)

14 Columbus Day

27 Daylight Saving Time ends

AFSPC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
PETERSON AFB CO

NOVEMBER 1996

No.
Dates Title Of Event/OPR TDY Location Page

11 Veterans Day recognized

18-22 C4 Seminar (SC) 10 SC Conf Rm 16

28 Thanksgiving

AFSPC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
PETERSON AFB CO

DECEMBER 1996

No.
Dates Title Of Event/OPR TDY Location Page

2-6 Military Personnel Flight Chief Seminar (DP) 25 Building 1 23

25 Christmas

AFSPC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

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