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Default Air Force Logo On integrity
Why do the Air Force's Core Values begin with "Integrity First?" As former Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Eric Benken said, "Integrity is the essential element or the foundation on which other values are built. Integrity means being honest with others as well as with yourself. It means doing what's right at all times. Integrity remains the very
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Developing, deploying Warrior Airmen
The 21st Logistics Readiness Squadron takes the 21st Space Wing's Mission of "Developing and Deploying Warrior Airmen" to heart by providing training not only to our own Airmen, but to Airmen who deploy from Cheyenne Mountain, Schriever, and the United States Air Force Academy. Deployment preparation is an important part of the warrior ethos that
0 7/21
2009
Default Air Force Logo Warrior culture is OUR culture
  The Air Force prides itself on its ability to adapt to the constantly changing nature of warfare. Indeed, our technological innovations and intense training for our Airmen is second to none. We're told our most important weapons system is not the F-22 or the ICBM -- it is our Airmen.     Our team is composed of individual Airmen, and those
0 7/13
2009
Default Air Force Logo You're accountable!
Your unit deployment manager informs you that you've been tasked to deploy. At your initial deployment briefing you are provided a checklist that covers out-processing requirements and specific reporting instructions. The Air Force has provided you guidance on everything from creating a will with the base legal office, to the timeline for picking
0 7/08
2009
Year of Leadership Graphic Warrior ethos: the peace of a nation's heart
"People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf." - George Orwell, author.Mr. Orwell makes a point that I think we don't often consider to its fullest. In many countries around the globe the sleep of peoples is not peaceful, because their dreams are fraught with fearful images and the
0 7/06
2009
Default Air Force Logo Finding success in military marriages
Success in any military marriage doesn't come from only finding the right person, but in learning to love the person you found! As the deployment rates continue to climb, marriages and family coping skills decline. An example of this can be found in a story told of one Airman (Paul) who just returned from war. After being ignored by his wife, Liz,
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2009
Korey Kuykendall, Schriever Fitness Center recreation assistant 100 days to a new you
What would you do if you only had 100 days to live? Most answers would probably be along the lines of emptying your bank accounts, partying and having a good ole time. Some people would probably try to make amends for past wrongs, etc. You see where I am going with this. Nobody thinks of fitness. Maybe we should. The body you are currently living
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Why do you serve?
Have you ever stopped to ask yourself why you serve in the United States Air Force? I've received a wide spectrum of answers ranging from "To answer a calling" to "For the paycheck." The dictionary offers 37 different definitions of the word service, but the majority of those definitions can be summed up as "providing a capability to another"
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2009
Lt. Col. Brent McArthur, 3rd Space Operations Squadron commander Fitness is part of leadership, mission accomplishment
Fitness is important because it has a direct impact on an Airman's personal health, which directly contributes to whether the Airman can make a contribution to the Air Force mission to fly, fight, and win. When I joined the Air Force in 1991, I remember the fitness test was a pretty challenging experience. I arrived at Lackland AFB, Texas, in April
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Pointing out excellence in our core values
Fourteen years ago last month, in May 1995, then-Secretary of the Air Force Sheila Widnall, and then-Chief of Staff of the Air Force, Gen. Ronald Fogleman, established the Air Force Core Values: Integrity First, Service Before Self, and Excellence in All We Do. The year before, the Air Force experienced several tragic events that, after extensive
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2009
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