USE YOUR LEAVE WHEN YOU ACCRUE IT: Military leave will be scheduled and taken during the tour it was earned unless urgent mission circumstances do not afford the member the opportunity to do so.
AMENDED DUTY ORDERS: When orders are modified in AROWS with a pay-affecting amendment, the amendment must be promptly submitted by the member to the Reserve Pay Office.
Read full article here.
“The list of ways to keep yourself motivated goes on and on," said Goss, who points out there is no one-size-fits-all type of fitness plan. "It's ultimately up to you to be proactive and get creative to maintain your own motivation."
The final advice from Goss? Hire a qualified trainer if you're really struggling.
December's volunteers: 477th Operations Support Flight, let by Master Sgt. Justin Woolverton
January's Volunteers: 302nd Fighter Squadron
Given we will be facing the challenges listed above for the next several years, it is essential we strengthen the development of Airmen who are not only steeped in the business of Airpower, but also knowledgeable in how to optimize every component as part of a Joint Task Force. Airmen, leveraging the same leadership used to blend joint and coalition partners into a synergized air campaign, must be ready to lead and work in JTF HQs designed to synergize all components.
Airmen, embodied with the global perspective
natural to the speed and range of airpower, have much to contribute through leadership at the highest levels of joint command.
Maj. David Balmer - 100
Maj. Caleb Haley - 94.8
senior Airman David Barringer
Technical Sgt. Brendan Carroll
Maj. Rebecca Daugherty
Technical Sgt. Patrick Debano
Staff Sgt. Peter Hall
Staff Sgt. Kurt Powell
Senior Airman Anton Rozvodovskiy
Staff Sgt. Aaron Witt
Airman First Class Adrian Coombs
Senior Master Sgt. Heidi Venable
Senior Airman Robert Wagner