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Default Air Force Logo Good wingmen make a difference
I cracked a couple of puns with a masked man I assumed to be a doctor. He said he was sorry, but I knew it wasn't about the puns. He showed genuine regret.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Teamwork in Remote Locations
SOCORRO, N.M.- The 20th Space Control Squadron Detachment 1, Ground Based Electro Optical Deep Space Surveillance (GEODSS) telescope is located at Stallion Range Center on White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, about 30 minutes from the City of Socorro. Our remote location increases the likelihood of clear skies and there is almost no light pollution to interfere with our space surveillance mission. However, this isolation also presents challenges that require effective planning, teamwork, and execution to overcome.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo The Air Force Dining-out
As a young technical sergeant stationed at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, in 2008, I experienced my first Air Force Dining-out.
0 6/13
2017
Default Air Force Logo Taking ownership and accountability for your actions
If someone asked any other First Sergeant how many times they have heard this, they probably would start to smile. They smile because it is what we as First Sergeants hear on a routine basis. However, I learned two important things way before I joined the military over twenty years ago, and if we, as Airmen, abide by these, most of these comments I mentioned above would not exist. The two things I would like to talk about are ownership and accountability.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo When the light at the end of the tunnel goes out
When you see a service member at a gas station or stopping at the grocery store on their way home from work, you might see the uniform with all its stereotypes that live within the fabric. We’re supposed to be invincible; we’re supposed to be in top physical shape, and we’re supposed to be able to pack our bags and leave the country at a moment’s
0 5/24
2017
CAMPBELLSPORT, Wis. – Karen Gudex, mother of Senior Airman Rose Gudex, 21st Space Wing Public Affairs photojournalist at Peterson Air Force Base, Colo., smiles as she receives a dandelion from her grandson, Avery, for Mother’s Day in May 2016. Karen passed away Aug. 25, 2016 from lung cancer. (Courtesy photo) Dandelions aren’t weeds: Airman’s first Mother’s Day without mom
Every year as far back as I can remember, my brothers and I would pick handfuls of dandelions from the front yard to give our mom for Mother’s Day. She would smell them as if they were expensive roses and smile like she was the luckiest mom in the world. Of course, then she would rub them all over our faces so we each looked like we got in the middle of a marker fight.
0 5/09
2017
HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio— Rebekah Espinosa wears the uniform of her father, Staff Sgt. Richard Espinosa, 10th Surgical Operations Squadron NCO in charge of MRI, during for her four-month photos in Huber Heights, Ohio, January 2012. Rebekah was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder in 2016. (U.S. Air Force photo by Shellie-Anne Espinosa) For some families, every month is Autism Awareness Month
April is Autism Awareness month and is also the anniversary of when my daughter was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
0 4/05
2017
Col. Toby Doran, 50th Operations Group commander
We will be ready
On Nov. 29, CNN aired a stark presentation on the state of space and the potential threat to our way of life.  The somewhat ominous title of the program was “War in Space – The Next Battlefield.”  For many, the presentation was shocking, but for the men and women of the 50th Operations Group, the reality of a contested, degraded and operationally
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Inspire Strength
Inspire. Strength.Two simple words that have come to dominate the center of my leadership philosophy.We all have encountered no shortage of buzz words or fancy theories throughout our time to help us solve our problems and conquer our challenges. Yet, I found these two simple words a long time ago engraved in stone on something that had absolutely
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2016
Brig. Gen. Wayne Monteith, 45th Space Wing commander, shares wing history with members at the 25th Anniversary Celebration Nov. 10, 2016, at the Beach House at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla. Since its activation in 1991, the wing has supported more than 550 launches from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station involving numerous space launch vehicles to include the Atlas II-Centaur, Atlas IIIA, Atlas V, Delta II, Delta III, Delta IV, Falcon 9, Space Shuttle and Titan IVB.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Matthew Jurgens)  Assured access to Space: 25 years in the making
 The 45th Space Wing will celebrate another significant milestone in its rich and storied history of providing assured access to space when the wing turns 25 years young on Nov. 12, 2016.Although we’ve had an Air Force presence on the Space Coast since Oct. 1, 1949, and are known for our long-standing history of contributions toward moving
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2016
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