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Default Air Force Logo Summer Activities: Get Out
Are you and your family members prepared for outdoor summertime activities? Family members of all ages will be much safer this summer if you adhere to a few simple tips: a) Drink plenty of fluids - especially those with electrolytes such as a flavored sports drinkb) Apply sun screen liberally - apply water proof sun screen with a SPF of at least 15
0 6/24
2008
Default Air Force Logo Gen. Bruce Carlson, AFMC commander, address Airmen on USAF leadership changes
Gen. Bruce Carlson, Air Force Materiel Command commander, addresses the recent resignations of the Chief of Staff of the Air Force, Gen. T. Michael Mosely, and Secretary of the Air Force, Michael Wynne, and how the Air Force will move forward with a renewed focus to execute the mission with the core values as a
0 6/12
2008
Default Air Force Logo Hurricane Season Preparation: Don't be caught off guard
As most of you are aware, hurricane season begins June 1 and ends November 30. So, are you ready? Are you fully prepared to evacuate in case of a hurricane? Have you briefed your family on evacuation? Are you fully stocked with supplies, gas and important documents? If you answered no to any of these questions, then you're not ready for hurricane
0 6/02
2008
Default Air Force Logo Practice caution during 101 Critical Days of Summer
As the temperatures rise and summer creeps back into the Emerald Coast, we in the Air Force are confronted with the challenge once again of how to protect our most valuable asset - our people - during the most dangerous period of the year. Traditionally, the summer period starting with the Memorial Day weekend through the Labor Day weekend has been
0 5/28
2008
Senior Airman Sidney Bright, 33rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron issue point 45 manager, ensures hazardous material labels are accurate with Master Sgt. Barry Woods, 33rd Fighter Wing alternate Unit Environmental Coordinator, recently.  UECs should be conducting actions such as these with members of their unit in preparation for the upcoming internal EOHCAMP audit from May 12-16. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tara Utsey) EOHCAMP 2008 - Is your unit prepared?
I believe that being environmentally compliant with all applicable laws and procedures as well as being good stewards of our environment is just as important as any aspect of our mission. From Monday to Friday next week, we'll take a closer look just how compliant we are. Eglin environmental compliance and occupational health officials will conduct
0 5/08
2008
Default Air Force Logo Adapting to Change, Embracing Progress
Change is everywhere in our world today. We see and experience change throughout the Air Force, embracing it with new ideas and processes like AFSO21 (Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st century) and ORM (Operational Risk Management). The 33d Fighter Wing "NOMADS" are actively engaged with progress at Eglin AFB. The CSAF-directed wing
0 4/28
2008
Default Air Force Logo April: DoD Recognized 'Month of the Military Child'
April was established as the "Month of the Military Child" in 1986 by then Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger. He established the annual recognition because he understood and appreciated the challenges encountered by children of our military service members. Even under normal circumstances, the burden endured by military children is daunting. In
0 4/22
2008
Default Air Force Logo Where are the warriors, patriots and heroes?
As our war on terrorism continues, we see images from the desert of American Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines fighting for freedom. Images filled with BDUs and flightsuits, fighter and bomber aircraft, battleships and tanks, missiles and machine guns. True warriors, patriots and heroes seen throughout the battlefield theater -- but also I say
0 3/31
2008
Default Air Force Logo An IG view on leadership
Throughout my 28 years of active duty service, I have had all types of assignments with varying degrees of responsibility. Of these jobs, the most exciting and most rewarding job was definitely being a squadron commander, leading some of the finest men and women in the entire Air Force. Learning how to lead and take care of people and learning to
0 3/25
2008
Default Air Force Logo Leadership involves taking care of people
I tell folks new to acquisition that anyone can be a program manager. After all, it's only about cost, schedule and performance. Then I tell them the tough part of being a program manager is dealing with people, and that program management is really all about relationships. It's those relationships, with all the stakeholders that matter. Building
0 3/24
2008
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