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Chaplain’s Thoughts

Posted July 11, 2014 by Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Theadore Wilson

Courtesy photo William Hersey Davis “Reputation is what men say about you on your tombstone; character is what angels say about you before the throne of God.” ~ William Hersey Davis How do you wish to be remembered? I hate to break this to you, but we are all going to “buy the farm” one…

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Good foundation must for leading

Posted March 27, 2012 by Maj. Michael Blowers

In its simplistic form, leadership is defined as getting others to do what you want. Those who follow this thought process typically revert to using conniving tactics to persuade their followers. Many view this as a shortcut to leadership and find it being an ineffective way to lead, without any long-term value. To build a…

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Lessons in leadership

Posted May 24, 2012 by by Senior Master Sgt. Dave Merris

As leaders we are often faced with the dilemma of how to get the most out of our folks. According to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, there are a few basic human motivations that we all need satisfied. Among those are esteem and self-actualization. Since everyone is different, so is each of our triggers for motivation….

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Fly Over: ‘Warrior’

Posted July 6, 2012 by by Capt. Tristan Hinderliter

While there may be a few female characters in “Warrior,” the testosterone-charged 2011 drama set against the backdrop of a high-stakes mixed martial arts tournament, there’s no question this movie is set firmly in the world of men.

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Fly Over: “The Bourne Legacy”, “Fifty Shades of Gray”

Posted August 24, 2012 by by Jayson Burns and Denise Wilhite

While not as numerous or historic as the Bond films, the Bourne series has become an example of how secret agent movies are done right. They put together all the ingredients like action, espionage, tension and the like without burning it to an inedible mess. So, with their success, it’s no surprise that they wish…

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What is your word worth?

Posted October 19, 2012 by by Master Sgt. SCOTT HARRIS

Your word, promise and integrity are worth something. The value placed on them is different for everybody. The old saying, “my word is my bond,” is a powerful statement that builds confidence and helps you become known as a reliable person. Disregarding your word not only adversely affects those relying on you, it also depletes…

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Chaplain thoughts – December 21, 2012

Posted December 21, 2012 by Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Theadore Wilson,

“We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty.” ~ Mother Theresa How do you give hope to others? What actions do you take that instills hope in the people around you? During the business and “busy-ness” of the holidays,…

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Argument construction

Posted March 22, 2013 by Senior Airman LIAM MILBURN

One of the most vocal issues in American politics today is the gun control debate. This article does not seek to take sides in the debate, rather to temper the way in which Airmen choose to take part. Hopefully this will lead to more constructive debate tactics for this and future issues. What we write…

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Followership key to being a leader

Posted May 17, 2013 by Lt. Col. James Blackman

Maybe you played “follow the leader” at school during recess or in some neighbor’s yard down the street. It’s a fun game, requires no expensive equipment and can be played indoors or outdoors – just about anywhere. But the game only works if you actually follow the leader, and everyone else in line, well ……

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Chaplain thoughts

Posted July 26, 2013 by Chaplain (Maj.) David Barns

“Ethics is defined as knowing the difference between what you have a right to do and what is the right thing to do.” ~Potter Stewart Potter Stewart, former Supreme Court justice, defined ethics as, “Knowing the difference between what you have a right to do and what is the right thing to do.” Do you…

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