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Chief Master Sgt. David Dock, Headquarters, Air Force Space Command, Directorate of Manpower, Personnel and Services The call to lead: Leadership isn't about you - it's about 'us'
I was at the top of my game - a technical sergeant on the leading edge. I completed a tour as the wing commander's crew chief, traveling to 29 countries and 41 states. I was selected to be an aircraft maintenance instructor, awarded two Instructional Achievement Awards and received a master instructor rating. My technical abilities and leadership
0 9/25
2013
Default Air Force Logo Identifying the domestic enemy
As members of the military, we have all taken an oath of service. For officers it is the Oath of Office and for enlisted personnel it is the Oath of Enlistment. Although the titles are different, there is an identical statement in both that sparked my curiosity one day: "support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies,
0 9/16
2013
Default Air Force Logo It is never too late
Recently, I found out one of the 21st Space Wing members that I most admire had decided to return to school in pursuit of a bachelor's degree. This is a man who doesn't need to continue his education - he has already completed one incredible career, retiring as a highly respected chief master sergeant, and he is currently excelling in a second
0 9/10
2013
Chief Master Sgt. David Dock, Headquarters, Air Force Space Command, Directorate of Manpower, Personnel and Services Career knowledge, performance translate to relevance, respect
I arrived at my first duty station in November 1987 as a trained and motivated KC-135 Stratotanker maintainer. I was an expert...or so I thought. On my first day on the job, I walked toward the expediter truck excited about the drive to the flight-line. I was about to be dropped off near a multi-million dollar flying machine and I knew my crew
0 8/28
2013
Col. Jeffrey Mineo, 310th Space Wing commander Valuing citizen Airmen in space today
When asked to provide commentary on a subject of my choice, it took me about 10 seconds to pick a topic - the value of the Air Force Reserve in space today. The joining of 310th Space Wing "Citizen Airmen" alongside our regular Air Force mission partners across Air Force Space Command bases strengthens an important relationship needed for combatant
0 8/27
2013
Default Air Force Logo Teamprovementude: How we can improve our units in spite of fiscal challenges
We've all heard the age-old anecdotes that "money doesn't buy happiness" and "no matter what, they can't take away our pride." I submit during these days of diminishing budgets and resources, the tried sayings ring true. In fact, during these trying times, we actually can improve our units in spite of the fiscal challenges. According to Chief of
0 8/26
2013
Chief Master Sgt. Douglas Perry, 50th Operations Group superintendent
Does it really matter if I wear my uniform properly, with pride?
I have been asked countless times throughout my career and may have even asked the question myself as a young Airman sitting inside a storage area at McConnell Air Force Base. Why does it really matter if Airmen wear their uniform properly and why do the senior NCOs talk about Air Force Instruction 35-10 all the time? First, if you do not know what
0 8/20
2013
Lt. Col. Jason Nahrgang, 50th Force Support Squadron commander Make it happen
In case you haven't noticed, money is tight these days. Not only that, but we're undermanned in many cases and fighting our way through furloughs and reductions in force. And, by the way, there's still the deployed mission to support. But, the sun keeps rising on the eastern plains and setting against the magnificent Rocky Mountains, and somewhere
0 8/13
2013
Maj. Allison S. Goodspeed, 21st Space Operations Squadron Detachment 1 commander Big, small actions contribute to mission
How do your day-to-day actions contribute to the big picture? For some, this question may be easy to answer, but others may have to dig deeper. The day-to-day operation at 21st Space Operations Squadron Detachment 1 is one most people are not familiar with, nor have many people heard of the tiny island of Diego Garcia, where the detachment is
0 8/06
2013
Default Air Force Logo 5 monkeys
A scientist was performing a behavioral experiment on monkeys to determine how they would react to negative stimuli. In a large cage, the scientist put a ladder leading up to a banana hanging from the top. He then placed five monkeys in the cage together. Immediately, and not surprisingly, one of the monkeys went straight for the banana. Before he
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2013
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