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Default Air Force Logo Think before you drink, remember 0-0-1-3
Once again it's Friday; we can breathe a sigh of relief; take time to relax and exhale. Team Travis, we have been extremely busy and I for one don't foresee our ops tempo diminishing. A possibility does exist, however, for it to increase. Seriously, pause and reflect on current world events, particularly North Korea and you'll see what I mean. We
0 10/23
2006
Default Air Force Logo Americans still care about each other
Americans are a great and generous people. Don't let the noise from current boisterous partisan politics fool you. Even though 24-hour cable news stations televise every crazy act they can find, the goodness of America remains. I know this because I got to see all of America, and a bit of the world; this summer from the seat of my bicycle... in
0 10/23
2006
Default Air Force Logo Be A Good Wingman, go extra mile
What is a wingman and why is it important to me? A wingman was originally a term referring to planes flying formation to enhance mutual security while in a hostile environment. Today, we have modified the term slightly to describe a battle buddy or someone willing to lend assistance. A wingman can be a co-worker, neighbor, friend or complete
0 10/13
2006
Default Air Force Logo Air Force may change, but leadership does not
Well by now you've heard me discuss or read about my perspective regarding how our Air Force is changing. I believe at the end of the day we will be a more compact and agile force ... ultimately, a more combat capable force. My opinion is not derived from the fact that we (Air Force) are currently focused on recapitalizing the fleet. As we stumble
0 10/13
2006
Default Air Force Logo Be proud of Air Force Heritage
As we look back over the 60 years since the Air Force was established, we find our proud Airmen contributing to every major military campaign, establishing air and space world dominance and supporting humanitarian operations around the world. Team Travis members have been on the tip of the spear on many occasions including, bringing home our
0 10/13
2006
Default Air Force Logo New way of thinking can improve success
I remember the day I became a convert. I was stationed at Dover Air Force Base, Del., and the 436th Maintenance Group Commander, Col. Robert Hamm, had invited several troops from around the base to a one-day Lean training event. I had seen many attempts at process improvements during my Air Force career, the most significant one being Total Quality
0 10/06
2006
Default Air Force Logo Pride should be obvious in base, personal appearance
As the command chief I've had numerous opportunities to speak at different venues. One of my favorites is speaking to our Airmen at the First Term Airmen Center. The size of the class usually ranges somewhere between 25 to 35 Airmen. I normally have an hour block. I spend approximately 40 minutes discussing current events within our Air Force and
0 10/06
2006
Default Air Force Logo CFC donations help those in need
Team Travis has a knack for responding to our nation's call with vigor and focus, and we should all be very proud of that! Whether supporting the Global War on Terrorism, volunteering in our schools and community, or working 12-hour shifts, Travis Airmen continue to step to the challenge and make a difference. It's time for another opportunity for
0 10/06
2006
Default Air Force Logo Accountability crucial for military members
Impressively high levels of personal and professional discipline displayed daily by our Airmen bolster the current high levels of support we receive from the American public, on the local as well as national level. Each day Travis Airmen as young as 18 years old embrace the great responsibilities they've been entrusted with, whether it's
0 9/29
2006
Default Air Force Logo Being prepared to deploy key to mission
Are you ready for your deployment? It is a question that is asked thousands of time in our expeditionary Air Force and most times answered without much thought into what it really means. To some it could mean having a set of orders and enough clean underwear to avoid laundry for a week. To others it means having a will and a good friend to care for
0 9/22
2006
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