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Chaplain thoughts

Posted December 6, 2013 by Chaplain (Maj.) David Barns

How will this affect my life, and others? ~Alfred Montapert A Carolina mountaineer said to a young man, “See here, you been a-courtin’ my daughter for goin’ on four years. You got to tell me about your intentions. Be they honorable or dishonorable?” The young man’s face brightened and he asked hopefully, “You mean I…

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Small business: Why is it important?

Posted November 22, 2013 by Maj. QUOC-NAM NGUYEN

Luke Air Force Base is a strong advocate for small businesses. Small businesses are the building blocks that make our country great. Small businesses are not only important to the Air Force, they are important to our nation. Statistics show small businesses are the job creators and innovators, contributing significantly to our nation’s gross national…

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Use ‘street smarts’ to avoid trouble

Posted November 22, 2013 by Master Sgt. RENEE HUGGINS

I believe there are two kinds of smart – “street smart” and “book smart.” We need both to navigate successfully through life. It seems as if people tend to have more of one than the other. A lucky few have a good amount of both. If I had to choose between two, I’d choose to…

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Dollars and Sense

Posted November 22, 2013 by 56th Comptroller Squadron

• Setting up an allotment to a savings account is a great way to build a money “safety net.” Just $50 a month will accrue $600 in a year, enough to cover next year’s holiday gifts or that emergency car repair. Log onto myPay website at https://mypay.dfas.mil/mypay.aspx and enter the financial institution’s routing transit number,…

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Chaplain thoughts

Posted November 22, 2013 by Chaplain (Maj.) David Barns

Unamuno, the Spanish philosopher, tells about the Roman aqueduct at Segovia, in his native Spain. It was built in A.D. 109. For 1,800 years, it carried cool water from the mountains to the hot and thirsty city. Nearly 60 generations of men drank from its flow. Then came another generation, a recent one that said,…

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Fly Over: ‘Bridegroom’, and ‘V/H/S/2′

Posted November 22, 2013 by Grace Lee and Jayson Burns

On Netflix: ‘Bridegroom’ It’s been a year of joyful tears, celebration and relief for members of the gay community with the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” and the Defense of Marriage Act, but it wasn’t always this way. A friend of mine recommended I watch a documentary titled “Bridegroom.” She said the movie touched…

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We all need to be resilient

Posted November 15, 2013 by Lt. Col. LES HAUCK

If you think you’ve had your fair share of resiliency training, I understand, but I urge you to continue reading and take this article as a book review. My hope is that after you’ve read my message, it will convince you to go to the base library to check out a copy of “Unbroken” by…

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Developmental special duty: Are you ready to answer call?

Posted November 15, 2013 by Senior Master Sgt. LEROY RIDGEL

Recently, Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Cody introduced an initiative referred to as “development special duty” that will enhance how we currently develop our enlisted force. Commanders will nominate their best performers to serve in select special duty positions to ensure, as the chief states, “we have the right enlisted Airmen in…

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Dollars and Sense

Posted November 15, 2013 by 56th Comptroller Squadron

Military Leave and Earning Statements LES are available on the DFAS myPay website https://mypay.dfas.mil/mypay.aspx. Airmen are highly encouraged to review their LES every month to ensure pay and entitlements are correct. Civilian pay period This civilian pay period will close Saturday with a scheduled pay date of Nov. 22. Employees and timekeepers are highly encouraged…

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Chaplain thoughts

Posted November 15, 2013 by Chaplain (Maj.) David Barns

John Killinger, a congressman in the mid 1800s, tells about the manager of a minor league baseball team who was so disgusted with his center fielder’s performance that he ordered him to the dugout and assumed the position himself. The first ball that came into center field took a bad hop and hit the manager…

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