Professor of Warfare Studies

Montgomery, Alabama
Apr 20, 2021
Institution Type
Specialized Institutions


Air University is seeking academic and professional expertise in the areas of operational design, joint planning, and the conduct of joint operations. Air Command and Staff College Distance Learning (ACSC/DL) is also known as the eSchool of Graduate Professional Military Education. The position will reside in the academic Department of Joint Warfighting.


The eSchool prepares seasoned officers of all services, International Officers, and mid-career Civil Service employees to assume positions of higher responsibility within the military and other government arenas. The eSchool offers a Master’s of Military Operational Art and Science degree and other graduate-level programs of study.   The focus of the position is on curriculum development and instruction in the distance learning and online environment. Faculty members develop curriculum for online courses delivered to more than 26,000 students and participate, as required, in exercises that support the school's course of study. Because of the interdisciplinary nature of the program, this position may require teaching across disciplines within the school. Faculty members are expected to teach elective courses, advise student research projects, and pursue active research, publication, and service to Air Command and Staff College, military education, Air University, and the Air Force as directed by the dean, the ACSC commandant, and the commander and president of Air University.   Potential focus areas for the Warfare Studies position include, but are not limited to, academic knowledge of or extensive practical experience with the development of joint and combined warfighting strategies, national defense and military strategies, global integrated all-domain operations, strategy, the joint interorganizational environment, air/space operations, joint force organization and employment, and especially extensive knowledge and experience in the joint planning process and operational design.  

Deadline date: 05/17/2021

For questions about this position, please contact Mark Burge at (phone) 334-953-6352 or (email) [email protected]

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