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Default Air Force Logo WINNING
During a recent Suppression of Enemy Air Defense (SEAD) mission with the 79th Fighter Squadron Tigers, the flight lead’s overall objective for the mission - written on the top of his briefing boards - was to “Win.” We also see the word Win in our Commander’s Intent when we say that we must Win the Current Fight and be Ready to Win the Next Fight.We
0 1/17
2018
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Remembering MLK: Leadership traits and experiences applicable to today's military --
On the third Monday of January each year, as we -- Air Force members -- civilian and military -- reflect on and celebrate the world-changing movements of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we are reminded of how much of Dr. King's message mirrors our three core values: integrity first, service before self, excellence in all we do.Integrity First --
0 1/13
2018
Military Justice Balancing fair and equal
The fundamental goal of a Command Team should be to establish an organizational climate that is balanced with both fair and equal treatment of all its members. This just climate enables morale to grow and it starts with Airmen understanding the balance between fair treatment and equal treatment. Fair is often not equal treatment, but rather giving
0 1/09
2018
The United States Air Force Chaplain Corps’ mission is to provide support to members of Malmstrom Air Force Base. The Chaplain Corps here make a continuous effort to visit the Airmen who post out to the missile alert facility. (U.S. Air Force graphic) The elephant in the room
Chaplain addresses talking religion in the workplace
0 12/13
2017
Default Air Force Logo The Most Wonderful Time of the Year?
While the song certainly refers to special and meaningful parts of most typical Christmases, it can sometimes be a little different for those of us serving in the military. Sometimes we are able to take leave and travel home to spend time with family and friends or have them travel to wherever we are stationed to spend the holidays with us. When we have those opportunities, we are truly blessed and should be thankful that we have the chance to be together and reminisce about “the glories of Christmases long, long ago,” as the famous song also reminds.
0 12/12
2017
Drunk and drugged driving is a deadly epidemic, yet it still continues across the United States. In addition to the human toll, drunk driving takes a toll on our country. The financial impact is devastating, based on 2010 numbers, the most recent year for which cost data is available, impaired driving crashes cost the United States $44 billion annually, according to the CDC. (Courtesy illustration) December is National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month
Drunk and drugged driving is a deadly epidemic, yet it still continues across the United States.  In addition to the human toll, drunk driving takes a toll on our country. The financial impact is devastating, based on 2010 numbers, the most recent year for which cost data is available, impaired driving crashes cost the United States $44 billion
0 12/12
2017
April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. Have a wingman during the holidays
The wingman concept is especially important during the holiday season.
0 12/11
2017
Patriot Warrior 2017 Patriot Warrior: Reserve Citizen Airmen lead the way
For nearly 70 years, the Air Force Reserve has served as a cornerstone to the defense of our nation by providing combat-ready forces to meet the needs of commanders all over the world.
0 9/01
2017
Default Air Force Logo 477 FSS change of command Aug, 25, 2017
"Ten years ago, the Air Force wisely laid in a Fighter Classic Associate on the F-22 Mission here at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson," said U.S. Air Force Col. Christopher D. Ogren, 477th Fighter Group Commander. "In that time, we’ve grown from seven to 400 souls and we've grown with the F-22, & the AIR DOMINANCE Mission.
0 8/29
2017
Default Air Force Logo 12 runners journey across 200 miles
Runners on Reserve, a team of 12 runners from JBER, competed in the inaugural Alaska Relay, a 200-mile race that started at Mirror Lake in Chugiak and finished at the High School in Seward. Out of 16 teams, our team finished in sixth place, an accomplishment that we can all be proud of. Although bodies were pushed to the limit, the team comradery while spending 28 hours in a van with six other sweaty runners was second to none.
0 7/27
2017
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