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Lt. Col. Terrill McCall, 22nd Space Operations Squadron commander Profession of Arms: A bond like no other
As we reflect on the past 4th of July, we celebrated the independence of a nation many Americans fought for and defended. While visiting family I had the honor of eating at Mission BBQ, a restaurant dedicated to the military and first responders, going so far as to play the national anthem each day at noon. While enjoying the food, a Vietnam veteran and I shared some war stories, which immediately brought to my attention the fact that while there was more than 30 years between our service, we shared a bond found in no other profession.
0 7/25
2016
Lt. Col. Thomas Colvin, 50th Network Operations Group deputy commander
Bye-bye 3-Ring binders
As a first lieutenant I was given the task of making binder covers and spines for my squadron as we prepared for an inspection. Meticulous time and effort was spent making sure each binder looked brand new, and the labels were in the proper wing template.
0 7/19
2016
Airman 1st Class Azenette Guzman, 50th Security Forces Squadron
Why I wear the uniform
The reasons why I joined the Air Force and why I wear the uniform are completely different. However, they still coincide because I wouldn’t be able to wear the uniform without having joined. I joined to better myself and grow as well as for the benefits and education. Now that I’m on the operational side, after completing basic military training and technical school, wearing this uniform has much more meaning to me.
0 7/13
2016
Lt. Col. Charlie Norsky, 2nd Space Operations Squadron commander
That I may serve
In the summer of 1998, I reported for new cadet basic training at the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets, a military institution for all ROTC cadets attending Virginia Tech. Within hours, I was taught a Latin phrase that would eventually shape the way I conceptualized the role of a military leader—Ut Prosim.
0 7/11
2016
Col. DeAnna Burt, 50th Space Wing commander Defending freedom in a multi-domain environment
Team Five-O, as we celebrate the Fourth of July, I would ask we remember the importance of the holiday.
0 6/29
2016
Default Air Force Logo Chief's Corner - Week of June 30
First sergeants – Living “Service Before Self” every day
0 6/27
2016
Lt. Col. Chris Todd, 3rd Space Operations Squadron commander Kepler was never “read in” to anything
As I leave the 50th Space Wing, I would like to pass on some parting words regarding the future of space operator training.
0 6/22
2016
Chief Master Sgt. Alexander Hall, 50th Network Operations Group superintendent
What do you value?
As someone who has been around the Air Force for a while, I’m occasionally asked questions that sound something like this: “What’s important to you?” “How do you know if you’re doing it right?” “What was key to your success?” All valid questions; and I think it all really translates to “what do you value?” After all, isn’t it our values that tell us whether we’re near or far from how we wish to act, who we want to be or how we want to be treated?
0 6/17
2016
Maj. Christopher Butler, 21st Space Operations Squadron Detachment 2 commander
More than just a profession
As an Airman have you ever wondered what it means to be part of the "Profession of Arms”? There is a broad spectrum of professionals in the world from talented athletes to esteemed medical doctors, but none like those who belong to the honored Profession of Arms.
0 6/13
2016
The Green Dot program was developed as part of the Air Force Sexual Assault Prevention Strategy in 2015, which outlined the change components: 1) an overview talk, 2) a four hour (voluntary) workshop for interested Airmen, 3) leadership education and training, and 4) one-time action events (two-three per year). (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/James Hodges) Change starts with me
Usually when we hear about training, it comes with the occasional eye roll, joke or meme. We all understand the necessity of training, but that doesn’t mean we have to like it. Last week, I went to a training called Green Dot overview talk. I have seen the “Green Dot” all over base, but did not know what it was about when I first got here. For this reason, I was actually looking forward to the training.
0 6/07
2016
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