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Default Air Force Logo Hispanic Heritage Month: A legacy of history
America is great for a vast number of reasons and although we can point out many reasons why our country so remarkable, I say we owe our success largely to our diverse backgrounds and culture within our nation.
0 9/17
2014
Look past 1947 for Air Force roots
Maybe it's a genetic thing I share with them, but I agree that Air Force history predates Sept. 18, 1947, and think we should do a better job of recognizing that. The problem is, of course, what to use as a starting date for such remembrances?
0 9/16
2014
Default Air Force Logo Why I became a victim advocate for fellow Airmen
Editor's note: Though the author chose to remain anonymous, this is the real story of one Airman's experience with sexual assault. Be mindful that no two sexual assault stories are the same. If you are anyone you know has been or is currently a victim of any sexual crime, contact the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator or a victim's advocate.
0 9/10
2014
Default Air Force Logo Suicide prevention: What you can do
September 8th through the 14th is National Suicide Prevention Week. However, many people are hesitant to get involved in the discussion on the topic of suicide prevention. This is concerning because the ability to get involved and intervene is critical to saving lives.
0 9/08
2014
Default Air Force Logo Eliminating stigma: A leadership responsibility
Preventing suicide and defeating the mental health stigma.
0 9/02
2014
Default Air Force Logo Taming the “Tyranny of the Urgent”
Distractions are rampant and demands for our time are unending. In the midst of all of our busyness, how do we focus on the important and tame the "Tyranny of the Urgent?"
0 8/21
2014
Airmen and their families hit the road every summer to travel and enjoy a little relaxation. When making travel arrangements that involve driving long distances, be sure to get enough rest the night before and take breaks as needed. (U.S. Air Force illustration/Staff Sgt. Jamal D. Sutter) 15 seconds: A rude awakening
Gut-wrenching screams, the shattering of glass, the unforgettable sounds of metal twisting and bending all around me. My truck rolling over and over and over again. I thought those were going to be my last memories.
0 8/12
2014
Lt. Gen. Stephen W. Wilson Global Strike marks 5 years providing safe, secure, effective arsenal
In a 2009 speech in Prague, President Barack Obama stated as long as nuclear weapons exist, "the United States will maintain a safe, secure and effective arsenal to deter any adversary, and guarantee that defense to our allies." This is what Air Force Global Strike Command does, and has successfully carried out since 2009. Upon stand up, this command was charged with reinvigorating the Air Force Nuclear Enterprise. Although sometimes challenging, the 25,000 dedicated professionals of Air Force Global Strike Command made it possible remaining focused on the strategic value of our nuclear deterrent.
0 8/07
2014
Default Air Force Logo Understanding sergeant's words: 'I've got your back'
Seeing the newly selected staff sergeants recently brought back memories of when I was selected for staff sergeant. Actually, my thoughts went to the night I graduated Airman Leadership School. As I crossed the stage after receiving my completion certificate, my co-workers gathered to congratulate me and shake my hand. My supervisor, Staff Sgt. Todd Mitchell, stayed back at the table and as I approached he shook my hand and said, "I've got your back."
0 8/01
2014
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
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