The RAF & MBA’s

Do you know that on 10 July 2018, 119 Royal Air Force (RAF) personnel held a Master of Business Administration (MBA) qualification? This is based on personnel voluntarily uploading the MBA qualification to the Joint Personnel Administration (JPA) system – meaning the actual figure could be under-reported. MBA’s and Job Descriptions Whilst there are no… Read More

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The Importance of Understanding Your Job…

“There is no type of human endeavour where it is so important that the leader understands all phases of his job as that of the profession of arms.” James C. Fry (1897 to 1982) A Major General in the US Army who served as an infantry regiment and division commander during World War II and… Read More

Netherlands Officer Career Management System (2001)

The Netherlands officer corps is essentially composed of two groups: Military academy graduates with college degrees (and a very few non-academy in-service transfers with college degrees) who make up the full-career officers; and Officer school graduates without college-level education who compose the limited-career officers. In principle, all officers can expect to remain in military service to age 55 and… Read More

Canadian Armed Forces Values & Standards

Canadian Armed Forces Principles and Values The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF), consisting of the Canadian Army (CA), Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) and Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), have a shared code of values and ethics. Principles: Respect the Dignity of All Persons. Serve Canada before Self. Obey and Support Lawful Authority. Values: Integrity: Serve the… Read More

Royal Australian Air Force Values & Standards

Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Values The RAAF values provide the expectations and standards that all RAAF personnel are expected to display every day. Respect: Air Force People always respect the rights of others. Our people are just and inclusive. We recognise diversity is essential to improve our capability. Excellence: Air Force People demonstrate professionalism,… Read More

Royal Australian Navy Values & Standards

Royal Australian Navy (RAN) Values Honour: Honour is the fundamental value on which the Navy’s and each person’s reputation depends. To demonstrate honour demands honesty, courage, integrity and loyalty and to consistently behave in a way that is becoming and worthwhile. Honesty: Honesty is always being truthful, knowing and doing what is right for the… Read More