One of the most important lessons I learned at Officer
Each year since its establishment in 1957 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Americans have celebrated the first of May as Law Day. Law Day reminds us of the many benefits we enjoy as a people who live under the rule of law.
I was privileged to attend the Basic Military Training graduation ceremony recently of a young man that I know through a good friend.
***image1***“Stütze (support) Main, this is Medicine Man 172, blades turning on the helo pad, (break) we are here to pick up emergency blood for Baghdad, (break) we need to get going, cause we got patients to pick up-over.” This is a typical transmission heard in the 226th Medical Logistics Battalion’s […]
AEF. These three letters represent the heart of the organizational transformation of our Air Force, yet somehow this ever-growing and evolving Air Expeditionary Force construct is often misunderstood by many of our own Air Force
Since August, the KMC has been buzzing rather loudly. The buzz I am referring to hovers around the many changes new leadership has brought, but even more so by the chatter of those resisting change.
I am an Airman.
Note that is with a capital
Two and a half months after the dual-wing reorganization Jan. 15, Brig. Gen. Rosanne Bailey has been busy tackling tough challenges and steering the 435th Air Base Wing and KMC in the right direction as the new commander.
What the 415th Base Support Battalion