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'Roll Call' now available through e-mail subscription

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"Roll Call," the new weekly publication designed to help supervisors explain important Air Force issues to their Airmen, is now available for subscription through Air Force Link.

Roll Call covers one or two topics each week, and is written so supervisors can read it to their Airmen during morning roll calls or weekly gatherings.

"Our Air Force is going through tremendous changes now, all while we continue to fight the war on terror," said Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Rodney J. McKinley. "Making sure our Airmen understand why these changes are happening and what it will mean to them on a unit and an individual level is vital. The added advantage of Roll Call is getting work sections to take a few minutes out of their fast-paced operations tempo and actually look each other in the eye while they discuss issues facing our force."

To subscribe, visit Roll Call is one of 30 featured Air Force products that can be received via e-mail.

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