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19 AW/PA
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Default Air Force Logo Team Little Rock!
Despite many changes, The Rock is still the Home of Combat Airlift, and Jodie and I are excited to be a part of Team Little Rock. As the newest wing commander, I would like to share my thoughts about the mission and my vision for the 314th Airlift Wing.Mission: Train the world's best C-130 and C-21 Airlifters to fly, fight, and winI believe in the
0 3/11
2010
Default Air Force Logo 314th Airlift Wing Goals
In a previous article I shared my thoughts on the mission and vision for the 314th Airlift Wing. In this article, I want to give a brief description of the goals that support and enable our mission and vision.The goals for the 314th Airlift Wing are: produce the world's most professional, highly-skilled combat crew members, accomplish our mission
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2010
Default Air Force Logo Wingman: Protection Against Unseen Danger
Fixed wing aircraft entered combat in World War I, but first encounters between rival Airmen brought chivalrous waves rather than direct hostilities. As the impact of airpower's potential was felt on the battlefield, combatants realized the enormous advantage that control of the air provided, and chivalry turned into a life-or-death struggle in the
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2010
Default Air Force Logo The value of the 314 AW brand
For over four decades now, the 314th Airlift Wing and Little Rock AFB have been home to the world's premier C-130 Flying Training Unit (FTU). When people around the world talk or think about the mission of Little Rock AFB, they mention the world-class classroom, simulator, flying and maintenance training that goes on every day at the Rock--this is
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2010
Default Air Force Logo Alice, Balanced Scorecard and Wonderland
I love military history and reading about the exploits of the warriors and units that left us with a rich legacy of character, service and heroic defense of our republic. A storied history, however valuable for learning and development of the warrior ethos, does not predict success on future battlefields. Future success depends on a well-understood
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2010
Default Air Force Logo What to Do in 2009
General Patton said "Never tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and they will surprise you with their ingenuity." Airmen thrive on this principle; we are known as being an innovative and adaptive service that is willing to empower our people and embrace new technology. Armed with a vision and mission, Airmen will demonstrate ingenuity
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2010
Default Air Force Logo Warrior: affirming the Air Force ethos
The United States Air Force is the dominant global force in history--deterrence, global strike, global mobility, combat delivery, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, special operations--our Air Force brings unprecedented capabilities to combatant commanders and our nation. We possess cutting edge technology, outstanding facilities, and
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2010
Default Air Force Logo Lick 'em Tomorrow--Never Give Up
Several weeks ago at the AETC Commander's conference, we went to the Civil War battlefield at Shiloh, TN to focus on leadership. The combatants at Shiloh would not recognize the tactics and weapons of modern warfare and would be awed by the application of air power, but the leadership required to lead Airmen is just as applicable today as it was on
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2010
Default Air Force Logo Two Walls that Made (Make) a Difference
I visited the National Holocaust Museum in Washington DC about a year ago, and like most people, I was moved by the poignant reminders of the systematic murder of over six million people. The family pictures of an entire village that ceased to exist and a room full of shoes taken from thousands prior to entering the gas chambers are images one will
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2010
Chief Master Sgt. Anthony Brinkley, 19th Airlift Wing command chief Triumph after the trial
Last week, I wrote about overcoming the mountains in your life as you run your race. Mountains represent challenges that can knock or slow you down while you endeavor to complete your goals. The difference between growing personally and professionally is how we handle the trials in our lives. I believe trials are not there to stop us, but to reveal
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2010
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