The challenges of the 21st century require the United States Air Force to evolve. Therefore, it is essential to provide an articulated ethic to Airmen that will act as a moral guard rail. During the USAF Academic Year 2018 and 2019 Air War College, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, an initiative began to determine if an articulated ethic for the Air Force was required. A team of Air War College students researched whether an Air Force ethic was needed and the methodology to go about creating one in the academic year '18. Their research determined that an ethic was required and laid out recommendations for further research and development. The second team of Academic year '19 students researched ethics from other professions and current Air Force ethical devices. They made recommendations on how to frame an ethic for the Air Force to elevate compliance-based behavior toward aspirational adherence. This paper draws on research completed by these two teams, my study, and Air Force experience, to articulate an ethic for Air Force leadership to consider for inclusion in current doctrine.