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Sgt. 1st Class Jon Ewald, tandem instructor with the U.S. Army Parachute Team: The Golden Knights, and Maj. Brooke Cortez, 482nd Fighter Wing Public Affairs chief, conduct a tandem jump high over Homestead Air Reserve Base, Fla., on Jan. 29. The Golden Knights are conducting their sixth straight year of winter training at Homestead ARB. (U.S. Army photo/Sgt. Trey Martin) Freefalling to overcome fear
Iused to let the fear of jumping out of an airplane control me. But this year, Ifaced and conquered that fear.Throughout my career, I've been in thebackground, facilitating familiarization flights in numerous airframes includingT-38s, F-16s, F-15s and even KC-135 refueling flights. I've done the paperworkfor hundreds of community leaders and
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2015
(U.S. Air Force graphic by Senior Airman Jaimi L. Upthegrove) Finding, keeping focus on the motivation to quit smoking
"I can smell it, and it makes me nauseous," he said. "I can't kiss you or even be around you. This has to stop."That was the exact moment I knew it was time to get serious about quitting smoking. When my husband and I were in the dating stages of our relationship, I was trying, unsuccessfully, to quit. When he spoke those words to me, it really hit
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2015
Default Air Force Logo Random acts of kindness know no season
The Holidays are over, that glorious time of celebration, family and the season of giving.There is no other time of year that brings us the simple joy of giving, reaching out to loved ones, friends, and even to strangers. Who among us can resist the call of the bell ringer, standing in the cold beside the kettle of donations, the gentle reminder
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2015
Default Air Force Logo 22nd AF commander thanks members, wishes all safe holiday season
As we look forward to this holiday season and the New Year, I want to take a moment to express my gratitude to each of you, your families and employers for the sacrifices you make for our country each and every day.The holidays provide an opportunity to reflect on the daily blessings we take for granted all year long. We have experienced many
0 12/24
2014
‘Tis the season to drink responsibly --  It's that time of year when holiday parties and late night celebrations begin to fill our calendars and we look forward to spending time with family and friends to celebrate our own special reasons for the season.
'Tis the season to drink responsibly
It's that time of year when holiday parties and late night celebrations begin to fill our calendars and we look forward to spending time with family and friends to celebrate our own special reasons for the season.Every Christmas Eve, I celebrate my life and I give thanks for being able to share the holiday with my family. Nearly 30 years ago on
0 12/11
2014
Lt. Gen. James F. Jackson, commander of Air Force Reserve Command Commander sends holiday season greetings to Citizen Airmen
As we wrap up this year and get ready for 2015, I want to thank you for your incredible courage and commitment. You and your fellow Citizen Airmen have shown unfailing dedication to your families, communities and the mission this year.  Your service during these challenging times is both humbling and inspiring.Our Air Force Reserve has much to be
0 12/05
2014
Default Air Force Logo How did we lose this young Airman?
She was an Airman Leadership School distinguished graduate, earned staff sergeant her first time testing, received all 5s on her enlisted performance reports and took part in two deployments. Clearly she was a high-performing Airman.But, in her words, the Air Force had made it clear it didn't want her. Huh?I have proudly served our Air Force all of
0 11/14
2014
Maj. Gen. Stayce Harris A debt of gratitude for our veterans past and present
Veteran's Day is set aside to remind us to think about the sacrifices and service of our veterans.  From the Revolutionary War to the current conflicts, men and women from all walks of life have shared the common bond of their oath to defend this nation...no matter the danger or the enemy.  And for this, we owe them a debt of gratitude--not just
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2014
NAVAL AIR STATION FORT WORTH JOINT RESERVE BASE, Texas - Three of the 301st Key Spouse STARS, Annette Mallard, Karen Breazeale and Amelia McMillen, pose for a quick photo during the wing's Family Day here Oct. 4, 2014. As America's Citizen Airmen, balancing Reserve-work-life is crucial to wing success. Part of helping that balance is the Key Spouse program designed to ensure spouses are connected to the 301st and receive the resources they need. For more information on our Key Spouse STARS program, email 301st.spouses@gmail.com, like Fort Worth Key Spouse on Facebook, or follow @301FW_KeySpouse on Twitter. (Courtesy Photo) What is a Key Spouse?
What is a Key Spouse?  That's the number one question I hear about the Key Spouse program.  There is an entire handbook dedicated to defining the expectations and duties of a Key Spouse.  But, I think I can explain it in a much simpler way.To truly understand the program, it's important to understand where Key Spouses fit into the squadron family.
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2014
Suicide Prevention Graphic (U.S. Air Force Graphic by Naoko Shimoji/Released) Suicide prevention is everyone's responsibility
It is every Airman's responsibility to prevent suicide by building personal resiliency and by being a good wingman.Prevention starts by recognizing the signs of suicide. These include displaying feelings of hopelessness, high levels of anxiety or self-destructive behaviors, withdrawing from family and friends, losing interest in one's favorite
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