Professional Military Education
Professional Military Education (PME) refers to the professional training, development, and schooling of military personnel. It encompasses many schools, universities, and training programs designed to foster leadership in military service members.
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- Professional military education in the United States Air Force
- Enlisted Professional Military Education (EPME)
- Joint Professional Military Education
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