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Default Air Force Logo I know who, what, when and where … but why?
Leading by example can be a heavy burden, but it is the burden we choose to carry when we don the uniform each day. As leaders, we should focus on showing others "how" to be an American Airman who embodies the core values. We should also explain "why" it matters to serve with the utmost integrity because the "who, what, when and where" will then fall into place.
0 11/03
2015
Default Air Force Logo As numbers shrink, AF can do more with better
John C. Maxwell tells us that "leaders become great, not because of their power, but because of their ability to empower others." Let's remember that it's not just about us doing more with less, but training, organizing and equipping our Airmen, so that the Air Force can do more with better.
0 11/02
2015
Default Air Force Logo The importance of mentorship
When I worked at U.S. Africa Command, the organization took steps to connect its member countries and cultures, to include referencing local proverbs during meetings. The most frequently mentioned saying was, "If you want to travel fast, travel alone; if you want to travel far, travel together."
0 10/30
2015
A young Maj. Neil Gregory, now a 37th Flying Training Squadron instructor pilot, and his nephew Leachman House get ready for the holidays by cutting down their new Christmas tree. Gregory strongly supports the Combined Federal Campaign, stating it has provided more opportunities for his nephew for receiving better care which would not be possible without continued research and the generosity of donors to the charities that defrayed much of the cost. (Courtesy photo) Instructor pilot offers personal look in how CFC helps
The Combined Federal Campaign is something I look forward to each year. It is important to me because it easily permits me to support organizations that raise awareness, funds research, and assists those afflicted by a rare genetic disorder that runs in my family.
0 10/29
2015
Default Air Force Logo Leading the way: A spark to start a fire
As a leader, do not let your ego get in the way. Stand tall, but not above everyone else. Do not tell people what to do, show them. Showing them is what leading is all about. When you show them, you are creating that spark.
0 10/27
2015
Shannon Collins with her medal in front of the Iwo Jima Memorial after completing the Marine Corps Marathon Oct. 25. AF vet uses marathon training to cope with PTSD
As a disabled Air Force veteran living with post-traumatic stress from military sexual trauma, I’ve had my good days and bad days but all of my hard work over the past two years paid off Oct. 25 when I achieved one of my goals -- completing my first full marathon, the Marine Corps Marathon.
0 10/26
2015
Default Air Force Logo Feedback is essential to AF integrity
It is not necessarily easy to provide honest feedback. Obvious deficiencies can be easy to identify and communicate, but it can be difficult to come up with areas of improvement for your unit's outstanding performers. However, it can and must be done, as everyone has room for improvement.
0 10/15
2015
Default Air Force Logo The in-house recruiter
As difficult as it may be to supervise our Airmen, we must always strive to endear them while we endure them because, after all, we were once them.
0 10/13
2015
Default Air Force Logo Balance
Whether we're talking about our life, family, or career, it boils down to balance. Having a healthy balance is the only way that we can sustain effectiveness. I can recall times as a young officer when working 14 hours a day was common. There are times when the mission will drive us to work extended hours, but it shouldn't be the norm. Getting married and starting a family is what helped realign my priorities because it became readily apparent that if I wanted my family standing next to me when I leave the Air Force, I better find a healthier balance of my time.
0 10/05
2015
Default Air Force Logo Innovation: Never stop improving
Maintaining the best Air Force on the planet, through these challenges, isn't solely the job of our leaders, nor is it a one-time thing. We must continually innovate.
0 9/30
2015
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