Air Force Studies (AES)

AES 101 (1)

Foundations of the U.S. Air Force I 

U.S. military defense structure, its mission and role in contemporary American society; organization and mission of the Air Force; examines the concepts of professionalism and officership as they apply to the military; basic communication skills.  Co-requisite:  AES 111.  One lecture.

NEW DESCRIPTION BEGINNING FALL 2017

U.S. military defense structure, its mission and role in contemporary American society; organization and mission of the Air Force; examines the concepts of professionalism and officership as they apply to the military; basic communication skills.  Students interested in a future career in the Air Force have co-requisites: AES 111 and AES 250 or Consent of Instructor. One lecture.

 

AES 102 (1)

Foundations of the U.S. Air Force II

Role and mission of U.S. strategic offensive and defensive forces, aerospace support forces, and general purpose forces; examines selected geopolitical determinants and constraints relating to the use of national power; basic theory and principles of flight; basic communication skills.  Co-requisite:  AES 112.  One lecture.

NEW DESCRIPTION BEGINNING FALL 2017

Role and mission of U.S. strategic offensive and defensive forces, aerospace support forces, and general purpose forces; examines selected geopolitical determinants and constraints relating to the use of national power; basic theory and principles of flight; basic communication skills.  Students interested in a future career in the Air Force have co-requisites:  AES 112 and AES 250 or Consent of Instructor. One lecture.

 

AES 111 (1)

Aerospace Studies Leadership Lab

Development of personal leadership and managerial abilities.  Examination and demonstration of Air Force customs and courtesies, drill and ceremonies, and standards of discipline and conduct.  Co-requisite:  AES 101.  Two lab.  May be taken for S/U credit only.

NEW DESCRIPTION BEGINNING FALL 2017

Development of personal leadership and managerial abilities.  Examination and demonstration of Air Force customs and courtesies, drill and ceremonies, and standards of discipline and conduct.  Per 10 U.S.C.2109(c)(1), Practical Military Training, "A person who is not qualified for, and..will not be able to become qualified for, advanced training (POC),...shall not be permitted to participate in...practical military training," including LAB. Co-requisites:  AES 101 and AES 250 or Consent of Instructor. Students wanting to take AES 111 must be Air Force ROTC candidates at NAU.  Two lab. May be taken for S/U credit only.

 

AES 112 (1)

Aerospace Studies Leadership Lab

Continuation of AES 111.  Development of personal leadership and managerial abilities.  Examination and demonstration of Air Force customs and courtesies, drill and ceremonies, and standards of discipline and conduct. Co-requisite:  *AES 102. Two lab.  May be taken for S/U credit only.

NEW DESCRIPTION BEGINNING FALL 2017

Continuation of AES 111.  Development of personal leadership and managerial abilities.  Examination and demonstration of Air Force customs and courtesies, drill and ceremonies, and standards of discipline and conduct. Per 10 U.S.C.2109(c)(1), Practical Military Training, "A person who is not qualified for, and...will not be able to become qualified for, advanced training (POC),...shall not be permitted to participate in...practical military training," including LLAB. Students wanting to take AES 112 must be Air Force ROTC candidates at NAU. May be taken for S/U credit only. Co-requisites:  AES 102 and AES 250 or Consent of Instructor. Two lab.

 

AES 201 (1)

Air Power History I

Historical survey of events, trends, and policies leading to the emergence of air power through World War II.  Nature of war, advent of the air age, and development of various concepts of employment and technological improvements in air power; effective communication skills. Prerequisites: *AES 101. Co-requisite *AES 211. One lecture.

NEW DESCRIPTION BEGINNING FALL 2017

Historical survey of events, trends, and policies leading to the emergence of air power through World War II.  Nature of war, advent of the air age, and development of various concepts of employment and technological improvements in air power; effective communication skills.  Prerequisites: AES 101 or consent of instructor. Students interested in a future career in the Air Force have co-requisites:  AES 211 and AES 250 or Consent of Instructor. One lecture.

 

AES 202 (1)

Air Power History II

Establishment of Air Force as a separate service, the Cold War, development of various concepts of employment and technological improvements of air power from Korean conflict to present; effective communication skills. Prerequisites: *AES 102. Co-requisite: *AES 212. One lecture.

NEW DESCRIPTION BEGINNING FALL 2017

Establishment of Air Force as a separate service, the Cold War, development of various concepts of employment and technological improvements of air power from Korean conflict to present; effective communication skills. Prerequisites: AES 102 or Consent of Instructor.  Students interested in a future career in the Air Force have co-requisites: AES 212 and AES 250 or Consent of Instructor. One lecture.

 

AES 211 (1)

Aerospace Studies Leadership Lab   

Application of elements of personal leadership. Demonstration of command, effective communications, individual leadership instruction, physical fitness training, and knowledge of Air Force requirements. Pre-requisite *AES 111. Co-requisite: *AES 201.  Two Lab. May be taken for S/U credit only.

NEW DESCRIPTION BEGINNING FALL 2017

Application of elements of personal leadership.  Demonstration of command, effective communications, individual leadership instruction, physical fitness training, and knowledge of Air Force requirements.  Per 10 U.S.C.2109(c)(1), Practical Military Training, "A person who is not qualified for, and...will not be able to become qualified for, advanced training (POC),...shall not be permitted to participate in...practical military training," including LLAB. Students wanting to take AES 211 must be Air Force ROTC candidates at NAU. Co-requisites:  AES 201 and AES 250 or Consent of Instructor. May be taken for S/U credit only. Two lab. 

 

AES 212 (1)

Aerospace Studies Leadership Lab   

Continuation of AES 211. Application of elements of personal leadership. Demonstration of command, effective communications, individual leadership instruction, physical fitness training, and knowledge of Air Force requirements. Co-requisite *AES 202. Two lab. May be taken for S/U credit only.  

NEW DESCRIPTION BEGINNING FALL 2017

Application of elements of personal leadership.  Demonstration of command, effective communications, individual leadership instruction, physical fitness training, and knowledge of Air Force requirements.  Per 10 U.S.C.2109(c)(1), Practical Military Training, "A person who is not qualified for, and...will not be able to become qualified for, advanced training (POC),...shall not be permitted to participate in...practical military training," including LLAB.  Students wanting to take AES 211 must be Air Force ROTC candidates at NAU. Co-requisites: AES 202 and AES 250 or Consent of Instructor. May be taken for S/U credit only. Two lab.

 

AES 250(1)

Air Force Physical Training Course 

Opportunity for all CCC students to get into better shape, without any commitment to Air Force ROTC.  The classes are held Tuesday and Thursday.  The syllabus will cover both cardiovascular and anaerobic activity, aimed at helping every participant to get in better shape regardless of fitness level.  This is an S/U class graded solely upon attendance and counts toward elective credit.  May be repeated for a maximum of 10 units.  Three lab. May be taken for S/U credit only.

NEW DESCRIPTION BEGINNING FALL 2017

Opportunity for CCC students who meet the following requirements: Per 10 U.S.C.2109(c)(1), Practical Military Training, "A person who is not qualified for, and… will not be able to become qualified for, advanced training (POC),...shall not be permitted to participate in... practical military training," including Physical Fitness Training.  All students must have a recent physical examination medically clearing individual to participate in class and proof of liability insurance. The syllabus will cover both cardiovascular and anaerobic activity, aimed at helping every participant to get in better shape regardless of fitness level.  This class is only available to Air Force ROTC cadets. May be repeated for a maximum of 4 times. May be taken for S/U credit only. Three lab.

 

AES 198/298 (1-6)    NEW COURSE BEGINNING FALL 2017

Special Topics

Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation.  Department consent required.  1-6 variable credit hours. May be taken for S/U credit.            

This catalog was prepared on the basis of the best information available at the time of publication. All information is subject to change without notice, obligation, or liability.

 

*Course may have pre or co-requisite(s).

 

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