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Default Air Force Logo It’s your name on the right!
As you report in for the day and have an opportunity to read this article, take a look down at your uniform. Something that you should notice on the left side of your chest stitched in blue and placed closest to your heart is the U.S. Air Force tape. This speaks volumes to the commitment it takes for Airmen to continue our charge of "fly, fight and
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2014
Default Air Force Logo New year, new beginning, new you
Life is full of new beginnings, a new car, new job, a promotion, a permanent change of station and, of course, every Jan. 1 brings a familiar new beginning -- the New Year. With each new year comes new opportunities and new resolutions for improvement. Some of the most popular New Year's resolutions include losing weight, getting fit and eating
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Are you a complete Airman?
There are many types of Airmen in today's Air Force, but what type of Airman are you? Are you the type that comes in, does your job and goes home? Or, the one that does good work but isn't interested in going above and beyond the minimum requirements? Or, are you a complete Airman? What I mean by a complete Airman is one who is not only good at
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Core values run deep, blue
What do the Air Force core values mean to you? As we were all taught in basic military training, the core values are integrity first, service before self and excellence in all we do. However, there is a deeper meaning to our core values than just these three phrases. In accordance with Air Force Pamphlet 36-2241, Professional Development Guide, the
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Recipe for leadership? Be best you can be
Is there a special recipe for leadership? In today's Air Force we struggle trying to find that special recipe to get our teams to perform at their top levels of efficiency. As technology catapults us into the future and new leadership philosophies develop through the halls of Harvard and Stanford, we still rely on the one thing that cannot be
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2014
Default Air Force Logo The future: New territory or repeat of history?
It is easy to get overwhelmed when listening to the pervasive 24/7 news cycle broadcasting predictions of an uncertain future. Whether it is America's supposed "failure to lead" abroad, continuous fiscal disagreements in Washington D.C., or the Air Force's pending drawdown of 25,000 Airmen, many conclude that the future is uncertain and not
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Airmen held to higher standard
No matter where you go or what you do you will see standards set for your performance. These standards vary from place to place or job to job. As you may already know, military personnel are held to a higher standard than those outside the military. The Air Force standards range from something as simple as how you wear your uniform, found in AFI
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Looking ahead to 2014
As we turn the page on the calendar and start a new year, I'd like to extend my sincerest thanks to all the Airmen of Team Luke for your hard work, dedication and sacrifice in 2013. Thank you for everything you do to get the mission done each and every day. I consider myself lucky to be part of such a great team. We achieved some great successes
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2014
Default Air Force Logo A key to leadership development
As part of our enduring quest to become better Air Force leaders we must always strive to develop ourselves. One way to do this is for each of us to build an accurate assessment of ourselves. Without a keen sense of self-awareness leaders can easily operate in the dark without regard to their subordinates' attitudes, opinions and perceptions. With
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2013
Default Air Force Logo Control, plan your future
As a first sergeant I've learned some valuable lessons from my commanders. One of them is to focus my efforts on the things I can control and to plan ahead taking into consideration the effects of those actions. This is a pretty simple advice to apply. Maximize the amount of effort you exert at work. Do your best and prepare ahead of time. Always
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2013
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