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Chaplain’s Corner

Posted October 18, 2013 by Senior Airman Sarah Dyroff

Sometimes it seems that the world around us is spinning out of control. We read about various chaotic events happening everywhere, both abroad and in our own neighborhoods. Some of these events come in the form of natural disasters, human violence, or economic collapse. Most of us have experienced at least one form of these…

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National Safety Month: Preventing vehicle-induced heatstroke deaths

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Just because a car isn’t moving doesn’t mean it’s not dangerous. According to Safe Kids Worldwide, in 2013, 43 children died from heatstroke inside vehicles – one of the deadliest years to date. These tragedies can happen to anyone, but are preventable with the proper education and action. This National Safety Month, the National Safety…

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Something from nothing?

Posted July 20, 2012 by by Chaplain Aaron Klaves

One of my new favorite quotes comes from Bruce Lee. Bruce Lee once said, when referring to life, “It’s not the daily increase but daily decrease. Hack away at the unessential.” ...

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Air Force training prepares you for the unexpected

Posted October 19, 2012 by by Senior Airman Isis Ponce

Each Unit Training Assembly is chocked full of training classes, sometimes to the point of not getting any job-related work done. At times, I hear the rumblings of, “not another class” or “didn’t I already complete this training?” but after my recent experience, I know how valuable this training can be. The skills from one…

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Adjust, Adapt, Flourish

Posted March 8, 2013 by by Chaplain Bob Meissner

Last night my wife and I watched a movie classic, “A Street Car Named Desire.” I knew about it and of Tennessee Williams, who wrote a play with the same name. As we settled in to enjoy this Hollywood classic, I eventually realized that the reality did not meet my expectations. What was considered a…

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Keeping service in perspective

Posted June 21, 2013 by Chief Master Sgt. James Powell

ALTUS AIR FORCE BASE, Okla. – If you were approached by a co-worker, civilian or family member and asked the question, “Why do you serve?”, what would your answer be? How would you internalize what you do for the Air Force to the point where you could answer that seemingly simple question? Over the past several…

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Hard Work Leads to Recognition

Posted December 6, 2013 by Courtesy article

Master Sgt. Javier Murillo, 452nd Security Forces Squadron, March Air Reserve Base, Calif., has had a very busy year. His hard work, dedication and commitment to the wing’s mission have been noticed here and at higher headquarters as he piled up the following accolades and awards this year: 452 Mission Support Group Outstanding SNCO Award,…

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March Minutes | April 20, 2012

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Team Effort: Sue Lewis-Clark, Master Sgt. Christine Devin, Senior Airman Anahi Ledezma 452 Communications Squadron 0630 Arrive at work and open up shop. It’s usually quiet in the mornings, so we have time to gather our thoughts. 0700 Open the window to receive the military’s best customers…Team March. 0830 Time to teach individual trainees on how to prep…

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Raising Expectations

Posted August 17, 2012 by By Chaplain Aaron Klaves

How optimistic of a person are you? Do you expect great things to happen? Author Norman Vincent Peale once observed that people tend to get what they expect in life. I once heard a pastor speak on this very phenomenon; he coined it “God’s Law of Expectations.” He noted that most people tend to hear…

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Air Force Week kicks off in New York City
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Through Airmen’s Eyes: How family, pet help PTSD issues

Posted November 21, 2012 by by Staff Sgt. Amanda Dick

WASHINGTON, D.C. — (This feature is part of the “Through Airmen’s Eyes” series on AF.mil. These stories focus on a single Airman, highlighting their Air Force story.) Coming back from deployment, Airmen face the home-station work environment, reintegrating with family and settling back into day-to-day life. What happens when an Airman is diagnosed with Post-Traumatic…

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