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Commentary by Lt. Col. Claudio Covacci, 60th Maintenance Squadron
Leadership is an attitude, not a rank
Do you want to inspire others, make an impact and leave a legacy behind? If the answer is yes, then you are probably committed to being a leader. However, you may be feeling apprehensive to lead, as I did when I was a young Airman. I used to think leaders are supposed to be higher in rank and older than I was. Alternatively, I heard the word leadership tossed around a lot in an undefined manner and was not sure what it really meant.
0 4/12
2017
Commentary by Col. Tonia Dawson, 60 MDOS Time is precious – spend it wisely
Some of us are task-focused and consult as many time management methods as possible to maximize, optimize and organize our time. Then there are those of us who are much more relaxed in our approach to time. We go with the flow and have a less restrictive, more impulsive and spontaneous approach to managing our day.
0 4/04
2017
Commentary by Chief Master Sgt. Donald “Brent” Cook, 60 MDOS Run a marathon
Many of my friends, coworkers and yes, even my family think I am crazy and even question my intelligence when I talk about doing a marathon. I have learned that preparing for a marathon’s 26.2 miles is very similar to my personal life. As I pondered my marathon training, I realized that in order to accomplish life demands and marathon training I need three elements: Training, fueling and recovery.
0 4/04
2017
Default Air Force Logo Do you know your Airmen?
Airmen are our greatest resource and without them we wouldn’t be the most powerful and most respected Air Force in the world. Today’s Airmen are smarter, more diverse and more technically advanced than ever before; however, that doesn’t mean they don’t need the support and encouragement of their supervisors. In fact, now more than ever, Airmen not only need, but deserve the absolute highest quality leadership and mentorship we can provide.
0 3/29
2017
Commentary by Lt. Col. Cory Damon, 22nd Airlift Squadron A journey of innovation… Over 75 years of heritage and trust
A few weekends ago, I found my father-in-law’s written memoirs of his life, including his time in the Navy in the Pacific during World War II. I had only skimmed his personal history once before in the same type-written, simple-bound folder that represented his humble, kind nature. As I read it again, I realized connections of heritage, trust and innovation between heroes of the past and those serving today. This time, his writing reflected special meaning to me.
0 3/29
2017
Commentary by Col. Rhett Champagne, 821st Contingency Response Group Own your mission
When I talk to our airmen in the 821st Contingency Response Group, I constantly emphasize that I want them to “own their mission.”
0 3/21
2017
Commentary by Chief Master Sgt. Jamie Vanoss, 821st Contingency Response Group
Overcome your fear of failure
Merriam-Webster defines the word ‘failure’ as “a lack of success or a falling short.” This is certainly negative in connotation, but I bet at one time or another, each of us has tried something and failed.
0 3/21
2017
Commentary by Chief Master Sgt. Joshua Tidwell, 60th Aerial Port Squadron Why do we stay
As chiefs, most of us love the opportunity to talk candidly with Airmen at professional development events. In my experience, a topic that often comes up in these forums is re-enlistment. Airmen reach out for advice on how to make this decision and what factors I considered when making this choice throughout my career.
0 3/15
2017
Commentary by Lt. Col. Brad Bordes, 60th Medical Support Squadron Don't wait to tell your parents how much they mean to you
Over the past couple of weeks, several of my Airmen have lost a parent or guardian. Regardless of whether the loss of a loved one is expected or unexpected; the pain, sorrow and heartache you experience is real.
0 3/15
2017
Commentary by Lt. Col. Daniel Hosler, 60th Aerial Port Squadron Grow and develop through followership
As the Air Force has gotten progressively smaller in recent years, the process for how we grow and develop our future Air Force leaders has become extremely important. The topic of developing leaders is a frequent discussion point at wings, groups and squadrons across the Air Force. However, one of the key elements of leadership development that is often overlooked is the concept of followership. Strong followership skills are fundamental to leadership.
0 3/15
2017
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