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Default Air Force Logo Two-part training reduces run times, improves scores
Have you ever wondered how you can raise your total physical fitness score? Maybe you're unhappy with your run time and would like to know how to improve it. Dedicating yourself to a steady running regimen can greatly improve your physical fitness level and your fitness scores too. As a certified personal trainer and an Air Force physical training
0 6/12
2009
Default Air Force Logo Changes in cyberspace culture a must
Gen. Norton A. Schwartz, Air Force Chief of Staff, recently released a message to Airmen about the need for a change in cyberspace operations culture. In his message, he focused on the need for increased security for our networks and our role in making sure we protect those networks from the bad guys. Through a change in conduct, culture and
0 6/11
2009
Default Air Force Logo The good, the bad and the ugly
Ever had a bad boss? You know the type ... the one you and your friends secretly like to roast as you sit in the break room or, perhaps, when you are recapping the morning events at lunch? Maybe you have an occasional pang of guilt, but you tell yourself that it really isn't your fault since the guy brings it on himself. Rationalize some more and
0 6/03
2009
Default Air Force Logo Commander Bids Farewell after 34 year career
It seems like it was just yesterday that I left Detroit with great anticipation to enter the Air Force and begin flight training. As I look back on the past 33 years, I realize that my Air Force experience was even more exciting than I could have imagined! I certainly never thought that one day I would command "The Mighty Eighth" Air Force. And as
0 6/01
2009
Default Air Force Logo Dedication, drive, desire help Airmen achieve excellence
On May 3rd 2009, 10 dedicated 1st Airborne Command and Control Squadron and six National Airborne Operations Center personnel participated in the Lincoln Marathon. Two of the 14 completed the marathon while others ran or walked the half-marathon. Dedication, drive and desire are the only words that can be used to describe what these individuals
0 5/21
2009
Default Air Force Logo Modern battlefield valor for military leaders
Throughout history, military leaders routinely engaged in battlefield combat performing heroic and courageous acts, which served to rally their forces and inspire them to achieve victory. Over time, reputations were earned by such leaders until some reached the point where their mere presence on the battlefield served to inspire courage in their
0 5/20
2009
Default Air Force Logo Understanding consent
Jim was your typical first-term military member. After three years on active duty he was used to the idea of being out on his own, deploying to support his service and making the most of his off-duty time. One Friday night, Jim was invited to a party. While there, he met up with Jane, a co-worker whom he found interesting. At the party, Jim and
0 5/06
2009
Default Air Force Logo Differences should be celebrated
A changing environment is a constant reminder for us to remain flexible and open to new ideas; whether favorable or unfavorable. As the director of the equal opportunity office at Offutt, I was recently caught in the current of change when the equal employment and military equal opportunity offices were merged into one equal opportunity office.
0 4/13
2009
Default Air Force Logo Doing more with less
Doing more with less. We've all heard the phrase and I've seen it become a reality over the past 19 years on active duty. When I pinned on my second lieutenant bars, the Air Force had more than 600,000 active-duty Airmen; we were fighting a cold war from permanent bases; Iraq was fighting Iran; no one had heard of Kosovo; and Afghanistan was where
0 4/13
2009
Default Air Force Logo Keep watch for “Silent Tears” of child abuse
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time to focus on the protection and care of our children. Child Abuse Prevention Month has been observed each April since its first presidential proclamation in 1983. This observance helps citizens across the country and the Offutt community to focus on the tragedies of child abuse, as well as
0 4/07
2009
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