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Explosive Ordnance Disposal technicians

Commentaries

  • Navigating the path to being forged in the crucible of anxiety

    With less than a week of notice, I was recently assigned a TDY to march in the Bastille Day military parade in Paris, France, one of the largest and highest profile military parades in the world. The Bastille Day parade included more than 7,000 military personnel and is the oldest military parade in

  • Be the 'Wolf'

    Wing commanders coin 'wolves.' Squadron commanders promote 'wolves' to Senior Airman below-the-zone. There is no secret. It's simple: Crush your job, be the best in your section, flight or squadron. Evolve into the 'wolf', and Col. Robert Novotny guarantees, you will find what you seek.

  • Aftermath of a DUI: Who's really affected?

    I used to wonder if people would look at me different if they knew. Would they whisper about me? Would they tell others what happened? Does anyone actually have the guts to ask me what happened? Are they looking at me as the girl who's related to a child killer?

  • Georgia on my mind

    I had just arrived to my new assignment at the U.S. Air Forces in Europe Band at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, when the band was invited to go to Georgia to strengthen our national relations with the country. Our leaders believed that American Airmen performing in person and on television before

  • 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.