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Failure spurs great leaders

Posted September 13, 2013 by Maj. KEVIN MCCAUGHIN

Failing at leadership on the surface might seem to be somewhat of an oxymoron, but as we explore this phenomenon as a reality of leadership, we will discover that failing at leadership has spurred many leaders and entrepreneurs to greatness. History is replete with men and women who in spite of their failures, persevered to…

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PME – Building Air Force future

Posted November 8, 2013 by Capt. DAVID RAPER

Leadership is a trait that we all desire and strive to become better at no matter what level we are. Leadership knows no one specific career field or specialty. It is applicable across all aspects of life. Gen. Dwight Eisenhower said it best, “Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you…

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Dollars and Sense

Posted January 17, 2014 by 56th Comptroller Squadron

Tax season is upon us. Tax statements are available via myPay (https://mypay.dfas.mil/mypay.aspx) according to the 2013 myPay Tax Statement Schedule: Available now Annuitant 1099-R Retiree 1099-R Civilian W-2 (Defense Department and non DOD) Reserve Component Air Force, Army and Navy W-2 Army Student Loan Repayment Program W-2 Army Non-Appropriated Fund (NAF) Civilian W-2 Active/Reserve Component…

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Leaders push others to discover strengths

Posted February 21, 2014 by Tech. Sgt. MARQUIA GILES

Picture, for a moment, being in the midst of a challenge. How will you deal with that challenge? Will you shy away? Will you hide in the shadows of another’s motivation and know-how? Or, will you move into the forefront and say I’m ready to lead? Leadership is not something found in a book, Air…

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Personal improvement, goal setting all part of leadership

Posted April 11, 2014 by Capt. JULIE WHITEKUS

In preparation for the changes in regard to officer and enlisted performance reports, and force management issues, it is important to reflect on personal improvement and goal setting. This topic is close to my heart and revolves around leadership. As officers, leaders and mentors, we can all benefit from refreshing our vigilance and attention to…

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Dollars and Sense

Posted May 30, 2014 by

Beginning July 1, Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance will increase. The SGLI premium rate will increase from the current level of 6.5 cents per month per $1,000 of coverage to 7 cents per month per $1,000 of coverage. This will increase the premium for Airmen with the maximum coverage of $400,000, for example, from $26 to…

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This Week in History

Posted July 18, 2014 by Rick Griset

July 20, 1969: Apollo XI On a hot July evening, my dad hauled our 12-inch portable black and white TV out onto the patio, where he grilled dinner. From that vantage point, my family watched the first manned landing on the moon and the first steps on the moon. Apollo XI launched Monday, 45 years…

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Fly Over: Food Reviews April 20, 2012

Posted April 20, 2012 by by Senior Airman Sandra Welch and Denise Willhite

Route 56 Grill Looking for a new dining experience on base besides your usual haunts? Why not try the newly remodeled Route 56 Grill at Thunderbolt Lanes. You can order anything from the “Big Lebowski” (double-sized breakfast burrito) to the half-pound grilled Texas beef melt for under $6. Route 56 Grill is open for breakfast,…

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Fly Over: ‘Blunderbuss’

Posted July 20, 2012 by by Macario Mora

Every generation has musicians who make such a significant contribution to their art form that they become classics – the music will timelessly reverberate from the headphones of youths, failed musicians and all music lovers for generations to come.

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Leaders must empower those who follow

Posted August 31, 2012 by by Col. NICOLA CHOATE

As military officers, we exist as part of a chain-of-command. As part of that chain we are both responsible to those above us in the chain, to meet their expectations and follow their directions, while at the same time empowering the people below us to make their own decisions and allowing them to grow in…

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