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  • Emotional Intelligence Leads The Way Forward

    Increasing awareness of and familiarity with emotional intelligence sets the stage for a better understanding of individual follower responses and reactions and fine-tuning leadership approaches to the challenges of leading an educated, professional force in the situations leaders face today.

  • Thunderbirds Laid To Rest; Legacy Lives On

    Twin brothers were founding member of the Thunderbirds, an Air Combat Command unit now comprising four support officers, three civilians and more than 130 enlisted personnel in 25 career fields supporting eight pilots, including six demonstration pilots, that flies 75 shows a year.

  • First Ramstein civilian wins Levitow award

    For most, Airman Leadership School is part of the transition between the ranks of junior Airmen and NCO and provides a training opportunity for members to learn leadership skills. However, it is not limited to uniformed Airmen. U.S. military civilians can attend the course and are eligible to earn

  • National POW/MIA Recognition Day: Remembering OSI’s Own

    Every year, the third Friday in September is recognized in the United States as National POW/MIA Recognition Day. A few individuals have served with OSI who had been prisoners-of-war before joining the command. One was SA Crawford E. Hicks, who served with OSI from 1955 to 1966.

  • We Train Like We Fight

    Within the Joint Force, the Air Force leads the way in promoting diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility, or DEIA.

  • Reform the Organization

    Change is inevitable. Change is uncertain. Change may be uncomfortable. However, it is often necessary because the risks of complacency are too great. Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, Chief of the Air Force Reserve (Editor’s note: In 2018, Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee, chief of the Air