Students engage each other during a group discussion portion of the new Flight Commander’s Edge course Nov. 7 at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina. Joint Base Charleston is the first base in Air Mobility Command to take part in the course and third overall in the Air Force. The course’s mission was to teach flight commanders how to be better leaders and help meet the goal of Gen. David L. Goldfein, Air Force Chief of Staff, to revitalize squadrons and flight leadership. Photo by Senior Airman Christian Sullivan
Students engage each other during a group discussion portion of the new Flight Commander’s Edge course Nov. 7 at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina. Joint Base Charleston is the first base in Air Mobility Command to take part in the course and third overall in the Air Force. The course’s mission was to teach flight commanders how to be better leaders and help meet the goal of Gen. David L. Goldfein, Air Force Chief of Staff, to revitalize squadrons and flight leadership. Photo by Senior Airman Christian Sullivan
Students engage each other during a group discussion portion of the new Flight Commander’s Edge course Nov. 7 at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina. Joint Base Charleston is the first base in Air Mobility Command to take part in the course and third overall in the Air Force. The course’s mission was to teach flight commanders how to be better leaders and help meet the goal of Gen. David L. Goldfein, Air Force Chief of Staff, to revitalize squadrons and flight leadership. Photo by Senior Airman Christian Sullivan