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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"
0 10/19
2011
U.S. Air Force Airmen wears faddish sunglasses Aug. 26, 2011, at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. The new Air Force Instruction 36-2903, which was revised July 13, 2011, states Airmen are not allowed to wear sunglasses which are faddish or have mirrored lenses. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Daniel Hughes/Released)
AF updates dress, appearance AFI
"Every Airman has a responsibility to maintain an acceptable military image, as well as the right, within limits, to express individuality through his or her appearance," stated in Air Force Instruction 36-2903. On July 18, the Air Force released what they like to call a "facelift" to the Dress and Personal Appearance AFI 36-2903. It addressed some
0 10/18
2011
Default Air Force Logo This is where space begins...in a manner of speaking
Where does space begin?Many Airmen assigned to a space wing have seen this question during promotional testing or other educational venues. The answer may depend on who you ask. The typical passenger jet cruises at an average altitude of six miles above the earth's surface. The U.S. space agency awards astronaut status to persons who fly above 50
0 10/18
2011
Default Air Force Logo 'Choices'
In poignant fashion, the loss of something we hold dear - life - often leads to reflection on the importance of the choices we make or will make. The recent passing of Steve Jobs, billionaire co-founder of Apple Computer and the innovator of some truly remarkable products such as the Macintosh computer, iPod and iPad, provides the perfect example
0 10/13
2011
Default Air Force Logo A wise or foolish builder--which will you be?
*Editor's note: Chief Ehrhart prepared the following for an Airman Leadership School Graduation. The speech has been modified to fit this medium of presentation.As I prepared for this speech, I started by reflecting on my nearly 26 years in our Air Force. I looked for pearls of wisdom I could pass on to our Airmen, words of wisdom that would prove
0 10/11
2011
Default Air Force Logo October Sky marked race for high ground
This weekend, I watched one of my favorite movies, "October Sky." I thought it was appropriate because the movie springboards off of one of the most significant dates in space history - Oct. 4, 1957. You see, 54 years ago this past Tuesday, the Soviet Union launched Sputnik, the world's first artificial satellite, into orbit around the earth. The
0 10/03
2011
Lt. Col. Kevin Mortensen, 3rd Space Operations Squadron commander Resiliency, bouncing back from adversity
What is "resiliency"? In simple terms, resiliency is the ability to bounce back from adversity - adversity that occurs for reasons beyond our control and reasons for which we have total control. It's the internal fortitude that allows us to pick ourselves up by the boot straps and continue on when we are faced with a challenging situation. In the
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2011
Lt. Col. David Hanson, 23rd Space Operations Squadron commander Creating your personal mission statement
Let's face it, your boss might tell you where to go, how to act and what to say. But truly, you control where you go in life. No one else determines who you want to be or how you choose to live your life but yourself. Others may influence you, but it is you who makes the decisions that shape who you are and what you believe in.So who do you want to
0 9/14
2011
Default Air Force Logo Your financial plan
When was the last time you reviewed your financial plan? Reviewing your financial plan should be done periodically to ensure you are on the right track. If you find out improvements are needed, what are you going to do? The good news is that you are not alone. Developing a plan for your budget is the first step in being financially responsible. You
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2011
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