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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
RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- Air Education and Training Command Command Chief Rob Tappana presents Gen. Stephen R. Lorenz with a formal invitation April 14 to the Order of the Sword induction ceremony scheduled for July 16 on Lackland Air Force Base in his honor. The general’s wife, Leslie Lorenz, accompanies him during the presentation. (U.S. Air Force photo/Joel Martinez) AETC commander selected for Order of the Sword
Air Education and Training Command enlisted members recently selected Commander Gen. Stephen R. Lorenz for induction into the Order of the Sword. The Order of the Sword is the highest honor and tribute NCOs can bestow upon an individual.General Lorenz is set to accept the honor in a formal ceremony in Lackland Air Force Base's Gateway Club July 16.
0 4/29
2010
Col. Greg Otey, 19th Airlift Wing commander Going above and beyond
Black Knights, you rocked the house during our Air Mobility Command Unit Compliance Inspection and Logistics Compliance Assessment Program, and your actions were nothing less than marvelous.In a time in our Air Force where "Satisfactory" is the standard, you went above and beyond to earn an overall "Excellent" rating in the UCI and three
0 4/29
2010
Col. C.K. Hyde, 314th Airlift Wing commander Training for victory
For they had learned that true safety was to be found in long previous training, and not in eloquent exhortations uttered when they were going into action.-- Thucydides, The History of the Peloponnesian War, circa 404 BCThe premise that training is essential for success in battle is universally accepted, especially in the specialized application of
0 4/23
2010
Bob Oldham, 19th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
Arming yourself for the social media cyber war
Coming to a workstation computer screen near you in the very near future is the ability for Airmen to engage in social networking, but with that new capability, Airmen also accept an awesome amount of responsibility.While there has been a lot of discussion about network security and preserving that "weapon system," what we can't get lost on is that
0 4/20
2010
Risk Management... It Does Work! - Maj. Gen. Anthony F. Przybyslawski, Vice Commander, Air Education and Training Command (photo by Tech. Sgt. Matthew Hannen) First Command: AETC first to influence Airmen
To the men and women of the First Command, I leave Air Education and Training Command after spending the past 20 months honored to be your vice commander. Boy, have you taught me a lot! Thank You. Thank you for your tremendous devotion, service and professionalism. We call ourselves the First Command because of what you do every day. Recruiters
0 4/16
2010
Lt. Col. Samuel Skaggs, 314th Airlift Wing plans and programs chief
Are your bags packed?
About 10 years ago, a group commander of mine liked to ask the question: "Are your bags packed?" He was speaking, of course, about readiness to deploy. The bags he referred to weren't the A, B, C, D or E bags you might be thinking of - rather they are all the "things" we as Airmen need to do in preparation for a deployment - training, immunizations
0 4/15
2010
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