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Default Air Force Logo What's in it for me?
"What's in it for me?" is a sentiment that is often a driving motivation within popular culture. However, Air Force members fly by a different core value - service before self.What does "service before self" really mean? Certainly it's primarily about the service we render in order to accomplish the mission, but I believe it is a fitting core value
0 12/05
2011
Default Air Force Logo Courtesy is contagious
Colorado Springs is a beautiful location. The view out the window of my office, of purple mountains with snow-capped peaks, is often breathtaking. Unfortunately, when I make trips to the BX, the commissary, the pharmacy, or any number of other places on base, I often see something downright ugly.I see Airmen, our Airmen, not treating others with
0 11/29
2011
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Col. Michael Finn II, 50th Network Operations Group commander. (U.S. Air Force photo) Resistance is futile. You will be migrated.
In case you didn't notice, Schriever Air Force Base recently "migrated" to the Air Force single enterprise architecture centralizing network control and security. You may know that the Air Force-wide migration to the AFNET is one of the largest and most complex info-technology initiatives in the DoD. It is stretching the capability and capacity of
0 11/29
2011
Chief Master Sergeant Linus Jordan is the Command Chief Master Sergeant, Air Force Space Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colo. Air Force Space Command is responsible for organizing, equipping, training and maintaining mission-ready space and cyberspace forces and capabilities. Reasons to give thanks
Thanksgiving is a time of sharing and celebration with family and friends; a time for retrospection and introspection as we revisit past events and give thanks in our own ways for the people and events that shape our lives. In 1621, the Pilgrims and Indians gathered at Plymouth for our first Thanksgiving feast to give thanks for and celebrate the
0 11/23
2011
Default Air Force Logo Let’s Talk About Consent, Baby
During the Bystander Intervention Training, as well as other SARC briefings, the most asked questions and ones that seem to cause the greatest confusion and uncertainty are questions about consent. What is consent? How do I know if I have consent? The heartening part is young men and women alike want to make sure they have consent before engaging
0 11/08
2011
Lt. Col. Michael Wulfestieg, 21st Space Operations Squadron commander Better than you found it
In mid-August 1988, just before Vice President George Bush Sr. headed off to join the festivities at the Republican National Convention, he talked briefly with then President Ronald Reagan as they stood together on the tarmac of a military airfield near New Orleans. During that exchange, the vice president was reported to have said, "You will have
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2011
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Lt. Col. Mike Manor, 1st Space Operations Squadron commander. (courtesy photo) The three decisions we make daily that define who we are
I've had the privilege of being on several great teams in my life. Mainly, these experiences were as a baseball player and coach for eight seasons at the United States Air Force Academy. In those eight years, I had the opportunity to watch and study how people perform in the unique pressure-filled environment of collegiate athletics where a single
0 10/25
2011
Default Air Force Logo A balancing act
It's hard to believe its mid- October already. Hopefully by now we've been some given relief to our summer of suspense and know what and when our wing inspection will be. We've all been hard at work preparing and I don't expect that will change during November.We're also entering into the hustle and bustle of the holiday season - both a wonderful
0 10/20
2011
Default Air Force Logo Wingman Day today ... every day
Before I discuss this week's topic, I want to spend a few moments on the loss of a Team Patrick warrior, Major (select) Steve Engler, who passed away earlier this week. A member of the 17th Test Squadron, Det. 3, and a former member of the 5th Space Launch Squadron, he leaves behind a devoted wife and three children. Please keep the family in your
0 10/20
2011
Default Air Force Logo I Dare You to Succeed
I recently finished reading a book called "I Dare You" by William H. Danforth that I'd like to share. Danforth died in 1955 as the CEO of the Nestle Purina Company, but he passed on insights that still apply today. He articulated a personal development construct to help people achieve their life goals. He calls his construct the "four-square model"
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2011
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