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  • Mentorship – Taking care of Airmen

    If you take a moment and think about those people that you admire and consider successful, have you ever asked why are they are so successful? If you had, you might have heard things like, “they worked hard and went above and beyond any expectations,” or “they had innovative ideas allowing for more effective mission accomplishment,” or “they already knew how to lead their organization to a higher level.” All of these are fantastic attributes, but if one were to ask the follow-up question of where did that successful person learn these attributes of work ethic, innovation, leadership, etc., you might hear about a special person or persons, a mentor or mentors who shaped the successes you admired.
  • Thinking Independently … Together

    When you think about diversity, you probably think first about variations in racial and ethnic backgrounds, socioeconomic status, culture, lifestyle, experiences and interests. When people who embody these differences coexist together with a mutual understanding of a common goal, the result is always more positive than the outcome of too many like-minded individuals working to resolve an issue - which is why our Air Force is so special.
  • Maintaining Optimal General Physical Preparedness: The Cornerstone of Reducing PT Related Injuries

    I’m sure everyone has heard a peer or coworker say “I have my PT test in a couple of months, so I’d better start getting ready.”  This mentality has unfortunately become a commonality amongst many Airmen.  Whether it be waiting to start a cardiorespiratory training regimen, transitioning to a strict low-caloric diet, or initiating an abrupt/drastic
  • Women’s History Month: Honoring the Past, Securing the Future

    Every year during the month of March, we take a pause to recognize the accomplishments and sacrifices women have made throughout history.
  • Women’s History Month: Honoring the Past, Securing the Future

    Every year during the month of March, we take a pause to recognize the accomplishments and sacrifices women have made throughout history.
  • Mastering time; bring balance to home, work, personal lives

    The enlisted military occupation has been consistently ranked as one of the most stressful jobs in America with factors ranging from pay, long hours, hard deadlines, and a lot of time spent away from home and loved ones.
  • African Americans and the Vote 2020: The First African American to Vote

    Born October 6, 1824 in Metuchen, New Jersey, Thomas Mundy Peterson was given life by his father Thomas and Mother Lucy Green.
  • Commander commemorates Martin Luther King Jr. birthday

    Americans will soon pause to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his enduring legacy of equality and respect for other regardless of their race, gender or religion.His “I Have a Dream” speech given in 1963 at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. was arguably the most famous of the Civil Rights Movement and still serves as an example of how
  • Have an answer to the million dollar question

    “Why did you join the Air Force?” On the surface, the question begs for an informational response. However, if given the opportunity to ponder, reflect, individuals may find this question intimidatingly complex.
  • Other Hand Awareness: A simple approach to modern problems

    As with many of our duties, asking the important questions and noting simple changes could spark the flame of an entirely new way to complete a process or give valuable time back for other tasks that need to be completed. Footprints weren’t left on the moon by people who walked to work staring at the ground. Each of us has the opportunity to make an impact just as those pioneers did.
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