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Commentary Leadership Perspectives: 50th FSS commander
Lt. Col. Merrell Mobley is the commander of the 50th Force Support Squadron. He enlisted in the U.S. Air Force as a dental technician at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware in 1989. The 50th FSS is his first command. He took some time out of his day to share some of his leadership insights.
0 4/18
2018
Col. Jacob Middleton Live your best life
Recently, I was explaining to a public affairs officer why I was uncomfortable completing or publishing a questionnaire about my leadership style. I articulated what I thought was a sound Theory of the Case. My argument was logical, consistent with common sense, free from legal technicalities and, most importantly, explained why I was right and why the PA officer was wrong. I cited my most important evidence--the essay titled A Message to Garcia. Unfortunately, the Public Affairs officer was savvier than I realized. I lost the argument and am now writing, explaining why this essay is important to me.
0 4/11
2018
Lt. Col. Jason Sutton, 50th Network Operations Group commander
The paradox of compliance and innovation
Editor's note: This commentary was originally published online in 2014 and written by the former 50th Network Operations Group Commander, Lt. Col. Jason Sutton.Have you ever heard something, read something or just felt something that resonated deep within you and you just knew that it was a bedrock concept that could help define the core of who you
0 4/04
2018
Gen Mitchell is regarded as the "Father of the United States Air Force," because he was instrumental in bringing to the forefront the need for air superiority. 

Mitchell also believed that bombers should take the place of battleships and there should be a separate command for the Air Service. Step up: Don’t be afraid to be a Mitchell, Doolittle, or Arnold
The U.S. Air Force is sitting at a nexus in which the world is becoming increasingly dangerous and complex, and our nation is asking us to do things that keep us busier now than ever before, yet we have fewer people now than at any point in our history—just over a third of what we had in the 1950s!
0 3/27
2018
23rd SOPS commander LtCol. Kenneth Holmes Leadership Perspectives: 23rd SOPS commander
LtCol. Kenneth Holmes is the commander of the 23rd Space Operations Squadron, he assumed command of 23rd SOPS almost two years ago. He took some time out of his day to share some of his leadership insights.
0 3/21
2018
Command Chief Master Sgt. Jason Tiek Leadership Perspectives: 50th SW Command Chief
Chief Master Sgt. Jason Tiek enlisted in the Air Force in 1991, and is currently the Command Chief for the 50th Space Wing. He took some time recently to share some of his experience and guidance.
0 3/13
2018
LtCol. Wade McGrew, commander of 21st SOPS Multi-Directional Leadership
As Airmen, we are continuously counseled on the art of leadership and reminded commanders are responsible for the successful performance of their organization. But how is everyone else approaching the challenges of leadership in the meantime? In our business, Commanders are certainly responsible for setting a vision and guiding the mission, but leadership can and should come from every direction in an organization.
0 3/07
2018
Lt.Col. Kevin AMSDEN, commander of the 3rd Space Experimentation Squadron Leadership Perspectives: 3rd SES commander
Lt. Col. Kevin Amsden is the commander of 3rd Space Experimentation Squadron; having assumed command in April 2017. A graduate of Brigham Young University’s ROTC program, Amsden joined the Air Force in 1999. The 3rd SES is his first command posting. Amsden recently took time to share his thoughts on leadership with public affairs.
0 2/28
2018
uniform Why I wear the uniform
To wear the uniform is more than to put on clothes and say you are going to do something. Putting on a uniform means taking on something bigger than yourself. To put the country’s needs, desires, and commitments before yours.
0 2/21
2018
courtesy Ka’ena Point Satellite Tracking Station: Celebrating 59 years of service
"Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success." - Henry Ford
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2018
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