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Default Air Force Logo African-American History Month: 'Heroes for All Americans'
February, as African-American History Month, is a time to reflect on the contributions of African-Americans to our country. Though no single article can adequately cover African-American history justly, there are few areas that can rival the vast participation of African-Americans in war. African-Americans came to the aid of their country every
0 2/02
2007
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Lt. Col. Kevin Cruze is the 50th Space Wing inspector general. The IG's responsibilities include conducting wing expeditionary and operational readiness inspections and investigating allegations of fraud, waste and abuse. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Don Branum) Schriever IG: 'We are here to help'
"The Inspector General must have a horse allowed him and some soldiers to attend him and all the rest commanded to obey and assist, or else the service will suffer; for he is but one man and must correct many, and therefore he cannot be beloved. And he must ride from one garrison to another to see the soldiers do not outrage or scathe the country
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Secretary of Defense says farewell
For these past six years, I have had the opportunity -- and, I should add, the privilege -- to serve with the greatest military the world has ever known. To all of the men and women in uniform, all across the globe, I wish it were possible for me to meet with each of you personally today so I could look you in the eyes, shake your hands and express
0 12/15
2006
Default Air Force Logo Caught a buzz? Catch a ride
Impaired driving is one of America's deadliest crimes. Nearly 50 times a day, someone in the United States dies in an alcohol-related crash. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 16,885 people died in alcohol-related crashes, and hundreds of thousands more are injured each year. About three in every ten Americans will be
0 12/04
2006
Default Air Force Logo What makes a wingman?
The single greatest characteristic of Americans is their willingness to accept a challenge. That statement in and of itself could venture down many paths, but take a moment to consider how often you've personally challenged yourself. Have you ever looked at a sudoku board, a crossword or a thousand-piece puzzle and thought, "no problem," only to
0 11/17
2006
SCIO, N.Y. -- The family of Marine Cpl. Jason Dunham has keepsakes displayed in their living room and encased in a wooden, six-foot tall cabinet. President George W. Bush announced Nov. 10 that Corporal Dunham would receive a Congressional Medal of Honor for actions that saved the lives of two fellow Marines in April 2004. (U.S. Marine Corps photo/Staff Sgt. Scott Dunn) Fallen Marine puts duty in perspective
Editor's Note: This editorial first ran in the June 3, 2004 Satellite Flyer. President Bush announced in a ceremony Nov. 10 that Cpl. Jason Dunham would receive the Congressional Medal of Honor for the actions cited in this commentary. As part of my duties, I scan the Early Bird, which is a collection of news articles from around the country put
0 11/14
2006
Default Air Force Logo Heroes in our midst: 595th OSS commander reflects on Veterans Day
The pride Americans feel toward our Armed Forces is at an all time high. The numerous "I Support the Troops" and "God Bless our Troops" magnets and stickers are ubiquitous and much appreciated. But as we reflect around this Veteran's Day holiday, and as those who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan return and assume their place in the fabric of
0 11/09
2006
Organizers make final preperations for the dedication ceremony of the Air Force Memorial, in Arlington, Va., on Oct. 12. The memorial's dedication ceremony kicks off at 9 a.m. Oct. 14. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Larry A. Simmons) AF Memorial symbolizes many things to many people
The new Air Force Memorial represents a lot of things to a lot of people. The three spires are symbolic of many aspects of our lives in the Air Force: our core values, a fighter jet bomb burst formation, our three mission areas of air, space and cyberspace or three satellite boosters on their launch trajectories. The beauty of the memorial's design
0 10/19
2006
Default Air Force Logo Staff vehicle not just another blue car
What happens when you're a member of the First Term Airmen's Center class and you're returning from lunch, enjoying the day at Schriever, laughing and having a good time with your classmates, and you don't pay attention as a blue car with a white top rolls past? Chief Master Sgt. Clarence Moore, the 50th Space Wing command chief, visits your
0 10/04
2006
Default Air Force Logo NSPS 101: Get on board!
Hello Schriever! I've wanted to provide you some information with regards to the National Security Personnel System for the last couple of weeks but it seems like time just flies. So, I decided to ignore my phone and email for a few minutes and provide you an update on where we are in regards to implementing NSPS here at Schriever. On July 12,
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2006
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