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Chief Master Sgt. David Martin, 36th Wing Medical Group chief (U.S. Air Force courtsey photo/Released)
It takes ALL of us!
We've all heard the clichés, "Work smarter, not harder", and "Do more with less". They have become such a large part of our daily lives that, eventually, we tune people out when they use them. But, have we ever really considered why these phrases continue to be a part of our Air Force lives? Our leadership does not want us to focus entirely on the
0 5/30
2012
Default Air Force Logo MSG Corner: "One team, no seams"
The 36th Mission Support Group is implementing a bi-weekly MSG Corner to highlight our skilled professionals as well as provide situational awareness of various community activities, events, projects and much more. 36 MSG consists of over 1,500 personnel across six squadrons: Civil Engineer, Communications, Contracting, Force Support, Logistics
0 5/28
2012
Lt. Col. Craig Smalls, 36th Force Support Squadron commander.  (U.S. Air Force courtsey photo/Released) We Are All Force Support
I was asked near the start of my tour to describe my goals and vision for the 36th Force Support Squadron under my command. Full of optimism, yet early in my tenure, I had no idea the magnitude of the question! Constrained budgets and resources coupled with our unique island locale have created customer service challenges I could never have
0 5/28
2012
Gen. Gary North, Pacific Air Forces commander PACAF commander sends Airmen Memorial Day Message
On May 28, 2012, we will pause to honor the memory of our servicemembers who gave their lives in their service to our great nation. For 236 years our military has protected our national interests, at home and abroad in both peacetime and wartime. While our world and our armed forces have changed over the centuries, certain elements of our armed
0 5/23
2012
ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam--2nd Lt. Sarah Bergstein, left, takes a photo of her sister, 2nd Lt. Jaclyn Bergstein on Skype as she gives remarks at Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps' Detachment 750 commissioning ceremony May 19. Lt. Sarah
Bergstein, currently stationed at Andersen AFB, Guam, administered the Oath of Office to her younger sister at the Saint Joseph's University chapel in
Philadelphia, Pa. via Skype. (U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Sarah
Bergstein/Released).
Commissioning from afar
It's 3:30 a.m. Sunday on Guam and I'm standing in my condominium in my service dress. At the same time, it's 1:30 p.m. on Saturday in Philadelphia and Cadet Jaclyn Bergstein is standing in the chapel of Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia in her service dress.Today, Cadet Bergstein will commission as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air
0 5/22
2012
Default Air Force Logo The Es of Effective Leadership
The Air Force affords us leadership experience and opportunities early in our careers. As a leader, my philosophy revolves around what I refer to as the "Es of effective leadership. " Leaders should Empower, Equip, Encourage, Energize and Expect Excellence from their team. Empowerment is critical for effective leaders to bestow to the subordinate
0 5/11
2012
Chief Master Sgt. Garry Berry Ambassador Airmen
Having been stationed overseas for nearly 14 years of my 24-year career, I have had the opportunity to live in several foreign countries:  Japan, South Korea and Greenland. I have been fortunate to visit countries in Southeast Asia, Europe and even a tour in Iraq. Through all this travel, I was careful to note that I was representing not only my
0 5/04
2012
Default Air Force Logo A little accountability goes a long way
The core values, integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do, provide a great lead into the importance of personal accountability. Without personal accountability, the core values are never internalized and become meaningless to the person staring back at you from the mirror every morning. What does it mean to have personal
0 5/02
2012
Chief Master Sgt. David Graak, 734th Air Mobility Squadron, enjoys football and other sports activities as a part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Anthony Miller) Healthy Airmen
What does being healthy mean to you? I would like to share a few findings on this topic with a little input from others, some research, a little reality and personal experience and a few recommendations. Curiosity sparked this topic, so I asked some people, "What does being healthy mean to you?" Some of the responses I received were to eat fruits
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2012
Default Air Force Logo Growing Up Military
"Growing up in a military family offers some challenges, but it also provides some special rewards. You can be proud of your mom and dad for their brave defense of this great country. Your love and support sustains them. So thank you for being there for mom and dad. You are American patriots and role models for us all." - Marine General Peter Pace,
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2012
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