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Lt. Col. Mike Manor, 1st Space Operations Squadron commander, reveals a customized memorial of Tactical Satellite 3 during a retirement ceremony for the satellite here April 13. Manor described how TacSat-3 served as a pioneer for new satellites, systems and programs, such as Operationally Responsive Space 1, during its relatively short operational lifespan. (U.S. Air Force photo/Bill Evans) Tac Sat-3: An American success story
The men and women of the 50th Space Wing said goodbye to Tactical Satellite-3 April 13 following a retirement ceremony with full military honors. It was a fitting punctuation to the end of the satellite's short but distinguished career. The satellite re-entered the Earth's atmosphere April 30. The ceremony was also a way for the 1st and 7th Space
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2012
Default Air Force Logo I chose AADD
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood.It seems like we all know of someone who has gotten a DUI, but I've never heard of anyone end a drinking story with, "and then we took Airman Against Drunk Driving home."Is it because we're afraid that the word will get back to leadership and we'll get a disapproving lecture followed with paperwork Monday
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2012
Motorcycles await their operators shortly before tackling  the riding course at a motorcycle safety training course at Joint Base Andrews, Md., on March 15, 2012.  The course is required for motorcyclists who ride on base.  To sign up for the course, log on to https://militarysafepmv.com.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Torey Griffith)(released) Riders take to the road
Spring has sprung and, for motorcycle riders, this is the time of year you have longed for all winter. With warm weather comes the desire to get on the open road and experience the freedom and excitement that riding a motorcycle brings to so many. At the same time, however, this also brings some risks that every rider must remember, in particular,
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2012
Lt. Col. Arlene Collazo, 21 Space Operations Squadron, Det. 2 commander
A tap on the shoulder
As I was searching for a topic for this article, I realized I needed to look no further than our Air Force Core Values: integrity first, service before self and excellence in all we do. As our unit prepares for an inspection, I decided to focus on the third, but equally important, core value: Excellence In All We Do.There is a quote from Sir
0 4/04
2012
Default Air Force Logo Excellence touted at Joint Women's Leadership Symposium
The 2012 Joint Women's Leadership Symposium was held in National Harbor, Md., March 5-6. Attendance was record-breaking with more than 1,700 participants across the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard. At 33 weeks pregnant at the time of the symposium, I was surprised at the number of pregnant females attending (conveniently identifiable
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2012
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Chief Master Sgt. Brian Sale, 50th Network Operations Group superintendent. (U.S. Air Force photo) Sharing your knowledge can truly make a difference
Have you ever looked at a coworker, boss, commander, or friend, and asked yourself, "What is the secret to their success? How did they learn everything they know? What do I need to do to be successful?" Although initiative and luck often play a part, in almost every successful person's career someone took the time to pass on their valuable
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2012
The month of April is designated Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). The goal of SAAM is to raise public awareness about sexual violence (focusing on sexual assault and rape) and to educate communities and individuals on how to prevent sexual violence. Beginning in 2005, the Air Force commenced the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program and assigned full-time sexual assault response coordinators at all main operating installations. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Hans Roth) Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Sexual Assault Awareness Month, observed in April, is the month dedicated to making a concerted effort to raise public awareness about sexual violence and how to prevent sexual assault. Through special events and education we can highlight sexual violence as a major public health, human rights and social justice issue and reinforce prevention
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2012
Default Air Force Logo Reaching your goals
     How are your New Year's resolutions doing? Did you set goals for yourself? A funny question for the end of March? Maybe. Or maybe it is a great time to check your progress to ensure you are happy with your progress before 2012 slips away.     Maybe your goal is to lose some weight? To keep all of your programs in compliance after all the work
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2012
Default Air Force Logo Command Chief Urges Airmen to Accept Change and Focus on the Mission
For nearly 29 years I've watched our nation, and our Air Force respond to global conflict and political influences. We've prepared for war, executed our mission, and made adjustments during times of peace. To say we are living in interesting times would be an understatement. Across the entire Air Force our leaders are faced with a number of
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2012
Colonel Riz Ali, Air Force Network Integration Commander Innovation key to our future
Our nation is facing a number of challenges that affect our government.  As a result, change is happening all around the Air Force.The institution of the Air Force will survive but there is no doubt we'll be operating differently.  Over the past several years we have implemented a number of efficiency efforts to shape the force while maintaining
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2012
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