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Default Air Force Logo Growing tomorrow’s leaders … today
Today, communications move at the speed of light, skipping across entire hemispheres in mere seconds. Today, owing to the magical manipulation of "1s" and "0s", each of us is just a few mouse clicks away from nearly instantaneous access to digitized versions of the greatest works of art, literature and science. Today, unlike any other time in the
0 11/17
2008
Default Air Force Logo Doing the right things for the right reasons
As many of you may recall, the core values are November's focus area for Air Force Space Command's Year of Leadership and it seems appropriate to place special emphasis on them during this time. Every aspect of our Air Force life is captured in our core values. Our core values are not just for the military or leaders, but apply to all of our Airmen
0 11/07
2008
The "Year of Leadership" takes place from September 2008 to August 2009. (U.S. Air Force graphic) Lessons on discipline from military forefathers
"Nothing is more harmful to the service than the neglect of discipline; for that discipline, more than numbers, gives one army superiority over another." -- George WashingtonWhat is it about discipline that would inspire such words from our first commander in chief? Certainly today's Airmen continue to be the guarantors of our nation's liberty, but
0 11/04
2008
Default Air Force Logo Air Force Core Values: more than just words
October's "Year of Leadership" focus has been "Discipline." For November, the focus shifts to our Core Values, the very principles that are the backbone of discipline.Former Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Michael Ryan said, "our Core Values, Integrity First, Service Before Self and Excellence In All We Do set the common standard for conduct across
0 10/31
2008
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. - Col. Cary Chun, 50th Space Wing commander. Discipline core of all Airmen
President Harry S. Truman once said, "In reading the lives of great men, I found that the first victory they won was over themselves...self-discipline with all of them came first." President Truman's quote captures an important thought about discipline. It is through personal discipline - the actions that we take in life - that we plant the roots
0 10/27
2008
Default Air Force Logo 'You're as good as they get'
This will be my last 'From the Top' as your Commander of the 45th Space Wing. Tuesday morning, I will pass the Wing flag over to General Ed Bolton with great reluctance, but I will do so knowing that he takes command of an installation that is operating at its peak.From the youngest airman basic to the most senior officer, from the fervent Sharks
0 10/23
2008
Default Air Force Logo Discipline: An unwavering trait
We are taught about discipline from our early childhood. I was recently reading my daughter the fairy tale of the Little Red Hen and realized that, while entertaining, it actually teaches about discipline; specifically self-discipline. The Little Red Hen and her baby chicks are the only ones with the discipline to plant, harvest, and mill the wheat
0 10/21
2008
Default Air Force Logo Proud to be an Airman
"Why did you go?" someone asked me. "It's a Saturday night and you dressed in uniform to go to the anniversary ball? Why?" My mouth opened to answer, probably with something clever like, "Why not?" But before uttering anything, I snapped it closed and thought about the question. Why did I going to ball? Vandenberg recently held its 50th Anniversary
0 10/21
2008
Col. Jay Raymond, 21st Space Wing commander, answers questions from company grade officers at the wing's CGO call Oct. 7 at the Peterson AFB Club. (Air Force photo/2nd Lt. Jonathan Simmons) Leadership gives vector to company grade officers
"'What do I do now?' said the Lt." This is a sentiment that many new company grade officers are familiar with, either through personal experience or from looking around at the water cooler. On Oct. 7, looking around, looking up, looking back and looking inside took on a whole new meaning at the 21st Space Wing's CGO call. CGOs from all over the
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2008
Default Air Force Logo The Art of Discipline
Fellow intercontinental ballistic missile professionals -- what color is your "belt?" If you're in a "blackbelt" job, are you continuing to perfect and hone your skills, or are you allowing yourself to stagnate? Discipline is an art, my kids taught me that. My kids have been is Universal Kempo Karate for about two years. This year they decided to
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2008
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