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Senior Master Sgt. Jim Albini, 314th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron first sergeant
What have you done for your country today?
Sitting in my spare bedroom Tuesday morning, I was looking at a career laid out before my eyes. I saw awards dating back to my days as an Airman and goodbye gifts from many of my bases. I started to reflect on the role models I've had and one name stuck out. Chief Master Sgt. Tim Omdal was the security forces manager at Aviano Air Base, Italy, when
0 6/23
2010
The Zerbe Air Sedan was invented by Arkansan Jerome Zerbe, in 1919. It was one of the first attempts at mass air transit. (Courtesy photo from Ozark Mountain Museum) Arkansas aviation history
Arkansas has a long aviation history that goes back much further than you might think. As early as 1872, Arkansan Charles McDermott received a patent for a flying machine. One of McDermott's first creations featured 10 vertically stacked wings and was operated by a single pilot lying in the prone position. He later modified the design for two and
0 6/16
2010
Chief Master Sgt. Anthony Brinkley, 19th Airlift Wing command chief Don’t just show up — Dominate
This past weekend I found myself reflecting on how quickly life can change for all of us. Even as I type this article, the local authorities are trying to locate survivors from the flash flood that devastated our state last weekend. Each day is a precious gift, yet many of us haven't developed a true sense of living our life to the fullest
0 6/16
2010
General Stephen R. Lorenz is the Air Education and Training Command commander. Lorenz on Leadership -- The study of leadership
Everyone has hobbies. Some people like to work in the yard, while others paint, fish and travel. Hobbies are those things that entertain us when we need an escape, a chance to unwind. For me, I've always found leadership, and its associated principles, to be intriguing - studying leadership is my hobby. I'm drawn to leadership for many reasons.
0 6/09
2010
Default Air Force Logo CMSAF enlisted perspective - Building partner nation capacity is critical
Three hundred seventy senior enlisted leaders from around the world gathered to talk about the issues affecting the Air Force. Among those were representatives from 18 partner nations.There was a two-fold benefit to having our international partners attend. For our partner nations, it reinforced their view that we are here to work with them.
0 6/08
2010
Chief Master Sgt. Anthony Brinkley, 19th Airlift Wing command chief Painting the right picture
How many times have you made a value assessment about a person when you first met them? Often I've found the way I initially saw someone was not even close to the person they truly were, based on further interaction with them. This week I want to focus on how many of us paint pictures everyday and don't even realize it.I'm not talking about
0 6/02
2010
Col. C.K. Hyde, 314th Airlift Wing commander Duty...Not reward
Duty. Honor. Country. Those three hallowed words reverently dictate what you want to be, what you can be, what you will be. They are your rallying point to build courage when courage seems to fail, to regain faith when there seems to be little cause for faith, to create hope when hope becomes forlorn. -- Gen. Douglas MacArthurI don't come from a
0 6/02
2010
General Stephen R. Lorenz is the Air Education and Training Command commander. Lorenz on Leadership -- Sustaining a wingman culture
On April 20, a 22-year-old man with a history of violence walked into a bookstore in Wichita Falls, Texas, and started shooting. He wounded four women, then drove to a bar and killed an employee outside before he drove home and took his own life. This tragedy sounds like so many we hear about on the news each and every night. We've almost become
0 5/25
2010
Default Air Force Logo Embracing change a must
When it comes to long-term success, the only constant thing in life is change. Whether it's organizational or personal, continuous improvement is a paradigm shift that doesn't come easily to some people. In fact, our natural tendency is to resist change due to a fear of the unknown. Therefore, it's incumbent on leaders at every level to proactively
0 5/25
2010
General Stephen R. Lorenz is the Air Education and Training Command commander. Lorenz on Leadership -- Motivation
These are challenging times for our Air Force. We have been engaged in combat operations since 1990 and are balancing limited resources against an aggressive operations tempo. We are once again adjusting to maintain our authorized end strength while juggling priorities within a leveling budget. Many of our aircraft are beyond expected service lives
0 4/29
2010
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