This article aims to identify the degree of innovation of General Tadeusz Kościuszko Military University of Land Forces (MULF) military students in their education process, which set the education of future leaders, including officers of Air Defense Forces (ADF), as one of their priorities. In the research process, qualitative research methods were used, including the analysis of literature sources (content analysis technique) and a case study. It also employed a quantitative method, including a diagnostic survey, carried out using the survey technique. The main research tool was questionnaires developed by the co-authors, addressed to military students, who received a promotion for the first officer's rank about a month after the survey. The empirical results show that: the respondents almost unequivocally indicated that they like to work as a team. However, the progress in creativity at the moment of officer promotion is noticeable, the most important feature of teachers according to respondents are soft skills and that significance is increased due to increasing the service quality of officers.
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