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Default Air Force Logo Plan your transition
As I transition into the civilian business world after a 25-year military career, I wanted to pass along some fresh lessons learned to aid others pursuing a similar journey – whether retiring or separating. Start Early – Do lots of research but start at the Airman and Family Readiness Center. They have lots of resources. Don’t wait until you are
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Default Air Force Logo Have you joined the Air Force yet?
I enlisted into the Air Force in February of 1997, but I didn’t join the Air Force until March of 1999.  No, I’m not talking about the Delayed Enlistment Program, either. I’m talking about really joining the Air Force.  When I was in high school, there was no doubt in my mind that afterward, I would attend college; however, not having applied for
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Default Air Force Logo Reflecting on Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Since 1977, the month of May has been designated to recognize the achievements and contributions to the American story by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.  This year’s theme is “Walk together, Embrace Differences, Build Legacies.” As Team Blaze celebrates Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, I would like share my story as an Asian
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Default Air Force Logo Teamwork (still) equals success
During a recent Airman Leadership School Chief’s panel, we asked the future NCO leaders of our Air Force what issues they were facing in their units at the shop level. One Airman mentioned there seemed to be a feeling of “negative competition.” He went on to explain the Airmen he worked with were not friends nor did they help each other out in the
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Default Air Force Logo Finding your success
John Wooden established a legendary program during his 27-year tenure as head men’s basketball coach of the UCLA Bruins. His final 12 seasons at the helm produced an incredible ten national championships including four undefeated seasons and an astounding 94.5 percent winning percentage. Because of this uncommon degree of achievement, many books
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