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Default Air Force Logo Lupus Awareness Month: Being visible for an invisible disease
But, I am sick. I have Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, an autoimmune disease, which mistakenly attacks healthy tissues. It can affect the skin, joints, brain, and other organs. In my case, it is attacking my kidneys.
0 5/03
2018
Default Air Force Logo High-touch leadership
To reduce the potential of technological isolationism, leaders must focus on using high-touch tactics, including learning about subordinates, providing continuous performance feedback and taking ownership of the organization’s actions.
0 4/12
2018
Default Air Force Logo Marvel’s Black Panther sets the tone for leaders everywhere
For years, Air Force Professional Military Education has had leaders watch the movie “Twelve O’Clock High” as a portrayal of leadership examples, as part of the curriculum. “Twelve O’Clock High,” a World War II depiction of leadership challenges, is now dated, and in my opinion, boring and not relevant to our up and coming leaders. I feel, we now have a new, much more exciting movie that should be on the PME listing for leadership movies, Marvel’s “Black Panther.”
0 4/04
2018
Default Air Force Logo Technology helps overcome deployment challenges
Military life is not easy. The men and women who serve in our armed forces protect our freedoms and way of life. They make tremendous sacrifices along with their families in service to our country.
0 3/20
2018
Senior Airman Shelby Horn poses for a portrait with her daughter Sadie Three pounds, 11 ounces of resiliency
In 2016 my husband and I found out I was pregnant with our second child and we were ecstatic. We had just bought our first home and the age gap between our first and second child would be three years, our "ideal" age gap. It was another girl, which is exactly what we were hoping for. We decided to name her Sadie Jean, after my husband's grandma. We were so excited for her to complete our family. We anxiously awaited her arrival, which was estimated as December 29, 2016.
0 9/20
2017
Default Air Force Logo Narrow the scope, improve the force
Our collective failure to lead boldly and teach others to do the same has led us towards the end of our runway.
0 8/11
2017
Portrait d'une militaire de l'US AIR FORCE lors Répétion du 9 juillet 2017 à SATORY.
 Photo : Guillaum C./armée de Terre Navigating the path to being forged in the crucible of anxiety
With less than a week of notice, I was recently assigned a TDY to march in the Bastille Day military parade in Paris, France, one of the largest and highest profile military parades in the world. The Bastille Day parade included more than 7,000 military personnel and is the oldest military parade in existence dating back to 1880.
0 8/09
2017
Default Air Force Logo American, coalition airmen mark 3 years of lethal airpower against ISIS
In early 2014, people across the globe were horrified by images of a menacing force sweeping across the Middle East, overwhelming superior armies and brutalizing those unfortunate enough to fall beneath its black shadow of terror. Nearly a month after the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria announced the establishment of their so called caliphate, America struck back, delivering the first airstrike against ISIS on Aug. 8, 2014.
0 8/08
2017
Chief Master Sgt. Derrick Harrison, 621st Air Mobility Advisory Group, shares some thoughts on the importance of balancing work with personal commitments. (U.S. Air Force photo) The art of work, life balance
As we progress through the enlisted and officer ranks, we start to gain additional tasks, duties and personnel concerns. Your career is no longer just about you, but includes the Airmen you lead on a daily basis. Sometimes we get so consumed with making sure the mission and the people are taken care of, we forget to take care of ourselves.
0 7/20
2017
Air Force Junior ROTC cadets from Scripps Ranch High School, San Diego, celebrate after winning the Joint Service Academic Bowl Championship at the 2017 Junior ROTC Leadership and Academic Bowl Championship in Washington, D.C., in June, 2017. This is the second year in a row that cadets from Scripps Ranch have won the award. (Courtesy photo) 'All in' Investing in tomorrow—Air Force Junior ROTC
General of the Air Force Henry H. Arnold said, “We must think in terms of tomorrow.” At Air University we do just that; tomorrow is our focus today.
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2017
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