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  • Team building frames security forces sendoff of top enlisted leader

    From birth to death – we join together before starting new chapters.Parents host baby showers, teachers hand out diplomas and communities erect memorials.These celebrations and observances provide us with an essential sense of resolution, which allow groups to move forward.However, some of our most honorable service members insist on discreetly
  • Celebrating 30 years as a Reservist, Air Force Reserve’s 70th Anniversary

    The Air Force Reserve’s 70th anniversary coincided nicely with my own 30-year mark as a part-time GI
  • The importance of recognizing superior performers

    Recognition is a fundamental human need. It then follows recognizing Airmen is fundamental responsibility of leadership because taking care of Airmen is leader’s priority. As the adage goes, if a leader takes care of the people, the people will take care of the mission.
  • The importance of good character

    Someone once said that people of genius are admired, people of wealth are envied, people of power are feared, but only people of “character” are trusted. Without character…you cannot be trusted, and if you be cannot be trusted…you cannot lead. The word character comes from the Greek, meaning "to make a mark." Your character is your mark on the world. Character can be defined as the sum of one’s characteristics. Whereas, strength of character, is to have strong characteristics that are of value to others and to one’s self. Said another way, the ethical values we all strive to represent are characteristics, while strength of character is the extent to which you execute your values.
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