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Default Air Force Logo I didn't know that!
I saw an e-mail that one of our warriors sent to his family and friends recently. I didn't spy on the guy; I simply read the private e-mail to his family in a nationally syndicated newspaper column.From that e-mail and some Web sites several of our folks have established to keep family members updated -- to find them, just search for the base's
0 2/11
2002
Default Air Force Logo AEF rotation policy remains unchanged
Air Force policy for aerospace expeditionary force rotations remains unchanged. Most airmen will be vulnerable for a 3-month rotation followed by a 12-month period before the next rotation. However, the combination of multiple crisis operations and our ongoing steady state commitments has placed extraordinary stress on the Expeditionary Air Force
0 2/06
2002
Default Air Force Logo A lighthouse called America
Everyone is an individual beacon of dedication to our country and values. Combined, our beacons become a lighthouse for the entire world to see.A lighthouse for all free people. A lighthouse guiding us and those who reside in the most forlorn regions of the world. When we stand tall and do the right thing, we light the way ahead and others
0 1/31
2002
Default Air Force Logo Airman expresses pride, honor to military
When I dress in the morning, I try to remember I wear the uniform of a military that protects the greatest symbol of democracy and freedom in the world.But sometimes, I forget.I also try to remember people who dress as I do every morning, the ones who have dressed this way so many days before me, and those who will follow me.But, sometimes, I
0 1/28
2002
Default Air Force Logo A Goodbye to Nate
The last time I saw Army Special Forces Sgt. 1st Class Nathan Chapman he was getting his Airborne wings from the commandant of the Army's Airborne School at Fort Benning, Ga. He and I were going through the same school. He was looking forward to a career with Special Forces. The way he explained it to me was that if we weren't willing to go to the
0 1/14
2002
Default Air Force Logo Image setting goes beyond uniform wear
They were young and in a hurry.It didn't take much by looking at them to draw a few obvious conclusions. Short haircuts and unit logos on the sweatshirts gave them away. That's what made the events harder to understand.Maybe they were going home on leave for the first time in a long while. Maybe they had just returned from "over there" and were
0 1/10
2002
Default Air Force Logo Families can overcome stress from separation
The global-reach capability of the Expeditionary Air Force is an exciting change to our Air Force culture. However, with EAF comes separation from home and family.As a commander, the results of that painful separation are all too clear when my first sergeant and I assist families in coping with separation-related problems.The Air Force has
0 1/08
2002
Default Air Force Logo Air Force secretary, chief send holiday greetings
This holiday season marks the end of an emotional year for all Americans; a time reserved for reflecting on past events, counting blessings, and looking to the future and the promise of the New Year.While the tragic events of Sept. 11 weigh heavily on the hearts of all Americans, our spirit continues to rise from the ashes of New York, Washington,
0 12/13
2001
Default Air Force Logo The flag: True patriotism or just another fad?
I'm a proud member of the United States military. My family's military lineage dates back at least as far as my grandfather's service during World War II. My father and several uncles faithfully served during the Vietnam War. I have continued that tradition by proudly serving in Operation Desert Storm and other recent contingencies.What encouraged
0 12/06
2001
Default Air Force Logo What's the value of a military community?
A document I received with my leave and earnings statement has caused me to think about something I've taken for granted for years -- the value of being part of a military community.The "Statement of Military Compensation" outlined my military pay and summarized the worth of military benefits as "indirect compensation." Like everyone, I was happy
0 12/03
2001
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