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Airman 1st Class Madison Sylvester shares the story of how her first scar became her reason for never driving while under the influence of alcohol. Sylvester is a 319th Air Base Wing Public Affairs broadcaster. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Xavier Navarro) 'Mommy isn't coming home, sweetie'
Consumption of alcohol, or rather the inability to stop consuming it, had ruined her parents' relationship. Having struggled with the death of her mother, the Airman now works against drunk driving.
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2014
Dale VanBlair, a World War II veteran, addresses the crowd that honored him for his 93rd birthday June 17, 2014, in Belleville, Illinois. VanBlair thanked everyone for coming to his birthday party and told them that it felt amazing to be appreciated. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Sarah Hall-Kirchner) Military memories: WWII veteran shares story, connects Airman with grandfather
Twenty-five B-24 Liberators were lost during his last mission during World War II. His airplane had been among those that went down. He and his crew had to ditch the plane over the North Sea. Luckily, he had been rescued from the waters by an English Air-Sea Rescue ship
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2014
Default Air Force Logo An Airman's thoughts on the 4th of July
This weekend, as we celebrate the freedoms we enjoy as citizens of this great nation, it's worthwhile to reflect on just how courageous the signers of the Declaration of Independence were in standing against the tyranny of their day toward the pursuit of liberty. The 56 signers were truly forward thinkers: well educated, of secure financial means, and filled with entrepreneurial spirit. Twenty-four were attorneys, 11 were businessmen and nine were farmers. Their self-determinism, independence of thought and empowered individualism, fueled the American Revolution and persists within our national culture even today.
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Layers of leadership
Our Chief of Staff, Gen. Mark A. Welsh III, published Air Force Instruction 1-2, "Commander's Responsibilities," May 8. The information contained within it can be described as "back to the basics of leadership." I see these basics embodied with Captain America, a man with many layers. Let's peel back his layers of leadership and explore how we can improve ourselves by following his example and our own AFI.
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Difficult force shaping calls made tougher by undeserved 'Firewall 5's'
Make the tough calls, never pass the buck and take care of your piece of the Air Force.
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Chasing the high
"Running, for me, has changed from a burden to a gift, and I have become a better person because of it."
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Is the Air Force in you?
Chief Master Sgt. Edward Edgar comments on what it takes to go beyond simply being a member of the Air Force. He delves into the more complex issue of how to get the Air Force into Airmen.
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2014
A car sits in the 755th Aircraft Maintenance Squadrons parking lot to represent a drunk driving accident at July 15, 2013, at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Betty Chevalier) Drunk driving: What does it take?
Understand this -- drunk driving is no accident and it is not a victimless crime.
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Thank you, for now
Capt. Thomas Hammill was a Green Beret who served in Vietnam and Cambodia. I knew him as an uncle and hero; however, society had a different perception of him and the rest of the men and women who fought in Vietnam.
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Chaplain reflects on mission this Memorial Day
"Honorable." That was the word used to describe the kind of work Chaplain (Maj.) Martin Adamson would be involved in at Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware.
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