The appointments below reflect the leadership team within the Air and Space Power Centre (as of 20 July 2021). If you are still unsure about who to approach, you can write to firstname.lastname@example.org and the team will get back to you soon.
Research and Engagement
The Research and Engagement team is primarily responsible for engagement across academia and for the provision of support to the various Fellows and Scholars that are appointed under the ASPC Research opportunities. This team also provides support for those wishing to contribute to Air and Space Power thinking.
The team includes:
- Chief of Air Force - Air and Space Power Fellow @ ADFA
- Air Force Research Fellows
- Visiting International Fellows
- Secondments to Think Tanks
Strategic Appreciation and Options
The Strategic Appreciation and Options Team provide a capability for Chief of Air Force to critically assess and analyse strategic policy options and responses through the conduct of strategic 'war gaming'.
The Doctrine team is responsible for the coordination of efforts to review existing and develop new Air Force specific and Joint Doctrine.
Professional Mastery is at the core of the 2020 Air Force Strategy and seeks to support the joint force through the intellectual edge.
The Professional Mastery team is responsible for the design and development of Joint Professional Military Education related to Air Power and Space Power, and works with many of ASPC's partners to provide professional mastery opportunities.
The Professional Mastery team advocates for and guides through career learning, including analysis and design of the Air Power and Space Power training curriculum across Defence. The professional Mastery team also act as a standards management team for Air and Space Power Education.