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Default Air Force Logo Competing the right way
Whoever renders service to many puts himself in line for greatness -- great wealth, great return, great satisfaction, great reputation, and great joy." -- Jim Rohn, author and motivational speaker Not unlike many folks serving in the military, I'm a competitive guy. I'm driven to be the best at whatever I'm doing, whether flying jets, being a
0 2/15
2007
Default Air Force Logo Every day is Appreciation Day
Every day, Team Travis amazes me with your professionalism, motivation and commitment. Please know that our nation, Air Force and Team Travis leadership truly appreciate the efforts put forth by each of you to make our operation a success. Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to showcase Team Travis to our new Tanker/Airlift Control Center
0 2/08
2007
Default Air Force Logo Your cheese has been moved and your iceberg has melted - now what?
There's not a person reading this article that has not being affected by change in some fashion. If you're presently serving our country as either a DoD military or civilian, it seems like changes are coming at a furious pace. NSPS, VPP, AFSO-21, Lean initiatives. The list seems endless, as do the acronyms. If you're a retiree, it seems like we're
0 2/07
2007
Default Air Force Logo Exciting things happening in February
It is hard to believe that January has already come to a close. I'm proud to share with you that Team Travis set the tone for the New Year with zero DUIs for the month. Each of you have stepped it up a notch when it comes to caring and looking out for each other. I urge you to continue to be good Wingmen and to help others make responsible choices,
0 2/01
2007
Default Air Force Logo Clear, concise communications key to maintaining air power
I've attended an enormous amount of lectures, and more times than not, the orator began their speech on how our Air Force is changing. I must admit, I'm no different. It's important for everyone to know and understand why we are transforming and why we are all immersed in this massive wave of change. The aftermath will impact each of us in some
0 1/31
2007
Default Air Force Logo The inverted pyramid of leadership
Regardless of your leadership role in the Air Force, be it an element, section, flight, squadron, group or wing, you are entrusted with personnel to lead and a mission to accomplish. Many of today's leaders view their organization as a pyramid, with senior leadership atop the apex, disseminating orders and snapping the proverbial finger expecting
0 1/31
2007
Default Air Force Logo Serving with healthy hearts
We are blessed to have so many caring and generous individuals and organizations that support Team Travis -- they all have "Big Hearts." Last Sunday while I attended a meeting of the 5th District of the American Legion and Auxiliary, these caring big-hearted Americans donated $500 to our Travis Fisher House. Thank you so much! We'll be thanking all
0 1/25
2007
Default Air Force Logo Accepting our differences
Are you ready for Super Bowl XLI? We, as a nation, made history in the National Football League last weekend. For the first time in sports history, a team with an African-American head coach won a divisional playoff game. The Super Bowl will mark another historic moment in the sports world when the Chicago Bears take on the Indianapolis Colts in
0 1/24
2007
Default Air Force Logo How do you define success?
Success can mean different things to different people. We often think of success in terms of achievements, such as having a well-paying job, winning a sporting event, or meeting that special person. In the military, we often think we are successful when we have accomplished a specific mission objective. Success in our military profession is vital
0 1/24
2007
Default Air Force Logo Don't give up on your dreams
On Monday we celebrated and reflected on an important leader of the United States, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He dreamt of an American future where people of all races would coexist harmoniously as equals. He fought for the freedoms that today are mostly taken for granted. Every day, we as military members fight to preserve these very same
0 1/18
2007
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