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(courtesy photo) Maj. September R. Foy, the deputy staff judge advocate assigned to the 501st Combat Support Wing, plays the role of military judge during a sexual assault mock trial at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, Feb. 22, 2018. As the presiding judge, after hearing oral arguments, she ruled on a motion raised by the defense and explained to the audience how she came to that decision. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Shanice Williams-Jones) Innocent until proven guilty
The room grew quiet as the audience fixated on the Airman sitting on the stage. The only sound was a deep, shaky sigh from the Airman as his eyes shifted from side to side. He rubs his palms on his bouncing knees and looks to the floor as he relives the horrors of the night he awoke to discover someone in the process of violating him.This is just a
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2018
Children and Youth Center staff play a game of indoor soccer at RAF Alconbury, United Kingdom, Jan. 26, 2018. The sport game is part of a Get Fit Challenge where children and adults exercise while also maintaining a fun and engaging experience. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Chase Sousa) RAF Alconbury hosts Get Fit Challenge
Combining fitness and education at the same time is a combination that could lose anyone’s interest but the youth center proved it interesting through the Get Fit Challenge.The challenge consisted of rotating stations and involved games like indoor soccer and interactive board games as well as an educational smoothie bar and meditation room.More
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2018
Lt. Col. Lovet, 426ABS Commander Failure is not an option…or is it?
Thomas Edison was one of America’s most successful, and quotable, inventors. When once questioned about a lack of results on a project he was working, he reportedly said “I have gotten a lot of results! I know several thousand things that won’t work.” This is a wonderfully positive viewpoint; but the sentiment is striking, and particularly
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2018
422nd Medical Squadron Airmen stand for a photo at RAF Croughton, United Kingdom, Jan. 11, 2018. The 422MDS won the Air Force Medical Service Superior Access to Care Award for 2017. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Chase Sousa) 422nd Medical Squadron achieves Superior Access Award
The 422nd Medical Squadron has been awarded the 2017 Air Force Medical Service Superior Access to Care Award.“Two years ago we were struggling to meet the Air Force Medical Services requirements,” said Lt. Col. Anthony Crane, 422nd Medical Squadron Administrator. “So we really started to focus on it daily.”The award was given after a 57 percent
0 1/18
2018
Default Air Force Logo Update: USAFE to host first-ever 13 nation Partnership Flight Symposium
Three B-52 Stratofortress aircraft, approximately 300 Airmen and support equipment from the 5th Bomb Wing, Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, have deployed to the United Kingdom, to conduct theater integration and training.The deployment of strategic bombers to the U. K. helps exercise United States Air Forces in Europe’s forward operating
0 1/09
2018
Courtesy photo My Leadership Philosophy
Leadership is a quintessential part of military life. It is required at every level within the Air Force, but it is especially essential at the NCO, SNCO, and CGO levels. These leaders have the tremendous responsibility of caring for their personnel’s needs and development to ultimately ensure mission success. Furthermore, some of these missions
0 1/08
2018
U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Jedediah Sherwood, Detachment Five, Assistant Detachment Chief, loads packages on a conveyer belt, at RAF Alconbury, Dec. 19, 2017. The packages are then separated according to APO. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Chase Sousa) The secret Santas of RAF Alconbury
The holiday season is filled with joy and happiness, but for the USAFE- AFAFRICA Air Postal Squadron Detachment Five and the post office it means harder work and longer days; all to get you your presents on time.It’s important around the holiday time to deliver mail because everyone is away from family and friends and everyone wants that special
0 12/27
2017
Lt. Col. James Roche Perspective
Perspective. Ever thought about it? We form our perspective by taking a measurement of our situation, evaluating it, and making a call on what we think is the right interpretation. Ever thought a little deeper about it? Check this out...I know… big deal. Seen it before. Hang on… Stay with me.Question: Which side looks like it’s coming out of
0 12/18
2017
Col. Christopher J. Bromen Deciding When it’s Time to End Your Service
Are you trying to decide if you should reenlist? Are you considering applying for retirement but not sure if you’re really ready? If not now, at some time in the future you will be faced with these decisions, and they probably won’t be easy. I know this from experience because as a fellow Airman I’ve grappled with some of these very same decisions. Here is my perspective, and a little bit of advice on how to handle this decision.
0 12/12
2017
Default Air Force Logo Overlooked attribute of military leadership
Humility in military leadership is not something that is inculcated in our Professional Military Education (PME)… however, it should be. Humility is not just an attribute of the virtuous; it’s an essential trait which enables leaders to effectively manage their subordinates. Merriam-Webster dictionary defines “humility” as “freedom from pride or arrogance”. It is this freedom from egoism which allows a leader to clearly see the path of leadership which serves the greater purpose, rather than serving one’s own self-interest. When I asked my 10-year old son to describe humility he stated, “It’s when you let people make fun of you” (humiliated). There’s a clear difference between humility (acting in the best interest of others on a larger scale, setting aside one’s own interests) and being humiliated (becoming the proverbial chump).
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2017
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