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Default Air Force Logo Ownership
Let's look at the process of buying, owning and passing on a vehicle to a dependent. Typically you start by researching it from top to bottom. Next, you find the vehicle you like on a car lot and do a thorough once-over of the car looking for any issues. After purchasing it, you ensure it will stand the test of time by detailing the car regularly,
0 12/02
2015
Default Air Force Logo Improving relations between subordinates and leadership
Commanders intent is a doctrinal term used in planning combat missions to communicate a desired end-state to subordinates. It describes a goal, timeline, and includes an acceptable level of risk. It is purposely vague in how to reach the goal. This is so subordinates can infuse their own expertise and information into the plan and come up with
0 12/02
2015
Default Air Force Logo The Cost of Freedom
This past Veterans Day I found it heartwarming and enlightening to feel the support from the local community, all the way from the young children at the local schools, to the local World War II veterans in the local community. I also had the experience to see the different perspectives of what freedom meant to them. The younger children explained
0 11/30
2015
Default Air Force Logo First line leader need not be left out
As experienced supervisors and leaders, are we empowering our junior leaders to spread their wings as supervisors and leaders at their level? Specifically, I’m referring to the day-to-day leadership roles within the work area.
0 11/24
2015
Default Air Force Logo Lead the way: Be the spark to set 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 11/24
2015
Default Air Force Logo The importance of mentorship
The most frequently mentioned saying was, "If you want to travel fast, travel alone; if you want to travel far, travel together."
0 11/24
2015
Default Air Force Logo 10 characteristics describe servant leader
Servant leader is a phrase that was first used by Robert K. Greenleaf in 1970 in an essay he wrote titled “The Servant as Leader.”
0 11/24
2015
Default Air Force Logo Show up, get involved, stay faithful to commitment
As an Airman at a new base, it can be confusing to figure out how to meet new people, develop yourself in your career and get involved.
0 11/24
2015
Default Air Force Logo Servant Leadership
Servant leader is a phrase that was first used by Robert K. Greenleaf in 1970 in an essay he wrote titled "The Servant as Leader."  In this essay, he described the concept as such, "The servant leader is servant first it begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first. Then conscious choice brings one to aspire to lead." 
0 11/10
2015
Default Air Force Logo Getting Involved
As an Airman at a new base, it can be confusing to figure out how to meet new people, develop yourself in your career and get involved.Luckily, Luke Air Force Base has many organizations that can navigate you through not only how to develop yourself professionally, but help you network and make new friends.Luke Air Force Base has many organizations
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2015
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