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Default Air Force Logo Do you feel lucky?
Have you ever wondered how some people get so lucky? Think about it. How does the senior Airman that was promoted below the zone also get promoted to staff sergeant on the first try? How do people survive catastrophes? How do people get rich? Are they lucky? You bet, but more often than not, it's because they made their own luck. In many of these
0 12/15
2006
Default Air Force Logo 45th Space Wing dedicated to AFSO21 efforts
We all know that the Air Force is facing a challenging future with implementing a ground-breaking strategy for recapitalization, but through the process of change, we need to ensure our workforce is spending our limited time and budget with maximum efficiency. Throughout the force, leaders everywhere will look at wasteful processes, because we
0 12/15
2006
Default Air Force Logo Good advice: Hit something soft
It could have been much worse. As my family sport utility vehicle slid sideways in a snow storm Dec. 2, I remembered the words of my high school driving instructor, "if you're going to crash, aim for something soft." But, there was nothing soft to the right side of Colorado Highway 115, just outside of Cañon City, and I wasn't having much luck
0 12/07
2006
Default Air Force Logo Self-improvement - A lifelong concept
Self-improvement or continuous learning goes beyond advanced academic education and career field training courses. Self-improvement involves making an effort to learn something new and testing one's abilities to overcome challenging obstacles. Additionally, in today's "Information Age," everyone must continuously train to remain skilled at the
0 12/07
2006
Default Air Force Logo Catchin' a buzz? Catch a ride
Impaired driving is one of America's deadliest crimes. Nearly 50 times a day, someone in the United States dies in an alcohol-related crash. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 16,885 people died in alcohol-related crashes, and hundreds of thousands more are injured each year. About three in every ten Americans will be
0 12/04
2006
Default Air Force Logo What makes a wingman?
The single greatest characteristic of Americans is their willingness to accept a challenge. That statement in and of itself could venture down many paths, but take a moment to consider how often you've personally challenged yourself. Have you ever looked at a sudoku board, a crossword or a thousand-piece puzzle and thought, "no problem," only to
0 11/17
2006
SCIO, N.Y. -- The family of Marine Cpl. Jason Dunham has keepsakes displayed in their living room and encased in a wooden, six-foot tall cabinet. President George W. Bush announced Nov. 10 that Corporal Dunham would receive a Congressional Medal of Honor for actions that saved the lives of two fellow Marines in April 2004. (U.S. Marine Corps photo/Staff Sgt. Scott Dunn) Fallen Marine puts duty in perspective
Editor's Note: This editorial first ran in the June 3, 2004 Satellite Flyer. President Bush announced in a ceremony Nov. 10 that Cpl. Jason Dunham would receive the Congressional Medal of Honor for the actions cited in this commentary. As part of my duties, I scan the Early Bird, which is a collection of news articles from around the country put
0 11/14
2006
Default Air Force Logo Cyber Command -- the new frontier
The Secretary of the Air Force announced Nov. 2 that Eighth Air Force would become the Air Force's lead command for cyberspace. The Eighth is now responsible for organizing, training and equipping the Air Force for cyberspace operations. This is an important next step in securing a new frontier -- something at which the Air Force has always
0 11/13
2006
Default Air Force Logo Heroes in our midst: 595th OSS commander reflects on Veterans Day
The pride Americans feel toward our armed forces is at an all time high. The numerous "I Support the Troops" and "God Bless our Troops" magnets and stickers are ubiquitous and much appreciated. But as we reflect around this Veteran's Day holiday, and as those who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan in the Global War on Terrorism return and assume
0 11/09
2006
Default Air Force Logo 40th HS/CC shares recipe for success
With more than 125,000 accident-free hours of helicopter operations, many have asked me, "How do you do it?" The 40th Helicopter Squadron has been proudly and faithfully serving the members of Team Malmstrom for more than 40 years. It is one of only four active-duty helicopter units in Air Force Space Command and the most diverse of its kind in
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2006
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