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African-American History Month mini-poster, 7.5x10 inches, 300 ppi. This poster was created by the Air Force News Agency. The image for this poster is available up to 18x24 inches at 300 ppi and can be provided in any format required upon request. Air force Link does not provide printed posters but assistance can be provided in acquiring posters through your servicing DAPS. A PDF version for printing on office printers is also available. Requests can be made to afgraphics@dma.mil. Please specify the title and number. African American History Month: How integration became achievement
More than 60 years ago an African American in the Air Force was a notion that seemed unimaginable. Racism was more than just condoned; it was an everyday reality for African Americans living in the United States. Signs posted, "Whites Only" everywhere were a constant reminder of our affliction; segregated schools, buses, lunch counters and drinking
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2009
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. - Col. Cary Chun, 50th Space Wing commander. Education and training: Developing Airmen today...for tomorrow
Today's Air Force is the premier air and space power in the world. To maintain this role, it is imperative that Airmen maintain a high level of skill and preparedness. At the heart of today's Airman is the need for continued personal development and the growth of our Airmen through education and training. Fortunately, the Air Force provides all
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2009
Lt. Col. Bradford Norris, 50th Contracting Squadron Training, education a continued focus during increased ops, deployments
As Airmen, training and education is unending. The nature of our profession requires us to continually learn and progress to be the best Air Force in the world. Today's smaller-than-ever Air Force with a higher operations tempo and increased deployments make it challenging to continue at the same pace with our training and education. Every one of
0 1/13
2009
Default Air Force Logo TRICARE, other health insurance can be balancing act
Understanding one insurance plan may be a little confusing. Understanding two can be even harder. Many TRICARE beneficiaries are eligible for other health insurance and balancing the plans are key to seeking care and filing claims. OHI is health care coverage offered to a TRICARE beneficiary. It may be available through an employer, an association,
0 1/05
2009
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. - Master Sgt. Donaldo Puller, 50th Force Support Squadron superintendent. Promotion is a journey
While we may think there is a fast track to promotion, the journey may be anything but. As enlisted members go through the process of advancing through the ranks, their ride will be filled with highs, lows and emotional and professional challenges. When Airmen begin the emotional ride of competing for promotion, there is a slim chance promotions
0 12/16
2008
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. - Col. Cary Chun, 50th Space Wing commander. Holidays are time to show care, compassion for family
As Airmen, our family extends beyond our blood relatives to our Air Force family. During the holiday season, it can be easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle and forget about our Air Force family - the Airmen we work next to each day and those deployed. Especially during the holidays, when many of our Airmen are far from their families, we
0 12/16
2008
Default Air Force Logo Safety office provides holiday shopping tips
With the holiday shopping season rapidly coming to a close, many shoppers will no doubt be rushing out to malls and department stores to get those last minute gifts. This can be a dangerous time, not only with the weather, but with the amount of identity thieves present in today's society. The 50th Space Wing Safety office recommends taking the
0 12/09
2008
Col. Stephen Latchford, 595th Space Group commander Excellence: Avoiding the insidious slide into mediocrity
The word insidious comes from the Latin word for ambush. Webster's online dictionary defines it as, "having a gradual, cumulative effect," and "awaiting a chance to entrap." We constantly hear our leaders calling for adherence to standards, but as professional Airmen we also have a duty improve things, to make processes shorter, better, easier. How
0 12/09
2008
Default Air Force Logo Chanukah in a nutshell
Chanukah, the eight-day festival of light is Dec. 21 to 29 and celebrates the triumph of light over darkness, of purity over adulteration and of spirituality over materiality. More than 21 centuries ago, the Holy Land was ruled by the Seleucids (Syrian-Greeks), who sought to forcefully Hellenize the people of Israel. Against all odds, a small band
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2008
Col. John Sell, 21st Medical Group commander Time to get back to the basics
As a First Lieutenant in 1987, I was approaching the entrance to the Osan Officers Club in Korea to have lunch with Maj. Jim Kelley. The club awning jutted out about 15 feet or so from the actual entrance into the building and as we walked underneath it on a cold February afternoon, the base commander was leaving the club and approaching us. Major
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2008
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