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Semper fi: Rupp visits a few good Airmen at Marine Corps University

Air Force District of Washington Commander Maj. Gen. Ricky N. Rupp briefed an overview of the AFDW mission and offered his leadership perspective to students and faculty at Marine Corps University at Quantico, Virginia, Feb. 20. Topics ranged from the new promotion system, performance reports, retaining talent across all ranks, and the future of the United States Space Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lt. Col. Michael Garrott)

Air Force District of Washington Commander Maj. Gen. Ricky N. Rupp briefed an overview of the AFDW mission and offered his leadership perspective to students and faculty at Marine Corps University at Quantico, Virginia, Feb. 20. Topics ranged from the new promotion system, performance reports, retaining talent across all ranks, and the future of the United States Space Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lt. Col. Michael Garrott)

A staffer chats with Air Force District of Washington Commander Maj. Gen. Ricky N. Rupp during the general's visit to Marine Corps University at Quantico, Virginia, Feb. 20. Marine Corps University is the U.S. Marine Corps Professional Military Education proponent. Through its resident and non-resident programs, the MCU develops the professional competence of its Marines, other service, international, and civilian students.

A staffer chats with Air Force District of Washington Commander Maj. Gen. Ricky N. Rupp during the general's visit to Marine Corps University at Quantico, Virginia, Feb. 20. Marine Corps University is the U.S. Marine Corps Professional Military Education proponent. Through its resident and non-resident programs, the MCU develops the professional competence of its Marines, other service, international, and civilian students.

JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. -- Air Force District of Washington Commander Maj. Gen. Ricky N. Rupp met with Air Force students and AFDW Air Force Element leadership last week at the prestigious Marine Corps University in Quantico, Virginia.

Marine Corps University is the U.S. Marine Corps Professional Military Education proponent. Through its resident and non-resident programs, the MCU develops the professional competence of its Marines, other service, international, and civilian students. Graduates are prepared to perform with increased effectiveness in service, joint, interagency, intergovernmental, and multinational environments at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels of war, across the range of military operations.

Rupp briefed an overview of the AFDW mission and offered his leadership perspective to students and faculty. Topics ranged from the new promotion system, performance reports, retaining talent across all ranks, and the future of the United States Space Force.