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On September 11, 2001, the United States (U.S.) experienced the act of overt terrorism unparalleled in its own history. Even the extremist terrorist group, al Qaeda, attacked the U.S and temporarily paralyzed a country. This was a physical attack on the usa, but in retrospect, a worldwide attack on democracy. Even the U.S. and its coalition partners arrived at the recognition that this particular act of terrorism has been potentially a precursor to a asymmetric war campaign which had global effects. After carefully assessing the size of this event, the U.S. recognized that this could not be a unilateral effort; it needed to find support from its partners in countering terror campaigns globally. In support of their U.S. efforts, the Air Force (AF) should build venture plans at professional military education (PME) schools to achieve goals that wouldn't be accomplished through the regular State Partnership Program (SPP). Building Partnerships is a brand new AF core function that involves forming countries perceptions about the U.S. by sharing data and working together to achieve national security goals. The intent of this research paper will be to examine the feasibility of constructing partnerships in AF PME schools, together with facets of a National Guard (NG) program. With this particular case study, the app is going to be the SPP. The U.S. State Department administers the SPP, along with the NG is the direct executor. Since its inception in 1993, the SPP has been a joint venture between NG units along with other U.S. overseas allies. As of October 2009, approximately 48 states aligned their NG units with 62 countries across the world. Among the major challenges confronting the SPP is that many of the states the NG is partnering with have either poor or failing infrastructures...