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  • If You Think You Are Invincible, You Must Prove Me Wrong

    I am suicide.   From the beginning of time, countless people have tried and failed to eliminate me from society.  Regardless of society’s persistent efforts, I continue to claim victims, and my level of success has grown with each new generation.  To open one’s awareness, I offer insight that won’t be found at a senior leader’s public address to
  • Still in Afghanistan

    U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Keith Corcoran, Airman and Family Readiness Center superintendent, was just 20 years old when he deployed to Afghanistan in 2004 out of Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts.
  • Friends of Lavenham Airfield honor fallen WWII U.S. military service members

    The Friends of Lavenham Airfield hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for a memorial plaque dedicated to the 233 U.S. military service members that died in World War II, at Lavenham Airfield, England, Jan. 20.
  • German community vows to remember

    Jan. 27 is observed as a day of Remembrance for the Victims of National Socialism, where 6 million European-Jews were murdered from 1941-1945. Throughout the KMC, residents and tourists can "stumble" across memorials to honor victims year around.
  • Struggles make 100th SFS Airman of the Year stronger

    Senior Airman Christopher Francis, 100th Security Forces Squadron information assurance officer, at RAF Mildenhall, England, displayed great resilience on his journey to becoming the 2019 100th SFS Airman of the Year. Francis, a native of Chattanooga, Tenn., cultivated a unique set of skills as a cave and cliff rescue service volunteer before enlisting in the Air Force.
  • Firefighter commended, saves spouses life

    “I was in shock because I was talking to her just 5 minutes before and I went downstairs to make a cup of tea and came back upstairs and she wasn’t breathing and didn’t have a pulse” On Aug. 21, 2019, Robert Smith, 423rd Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, was faced with one of the most challenging situations a husband could encounter, his wife Karen was unconscious and showing no signs of life.
  • Exceptional Leader Spotlight: Reflection from the end

    When you finally reach the top, a reflection from the past often shows the great accomplishments, the painful obstacles and the image of who we hoped to be.
  • Exceptional Leader Spotlight: Reflection from the beginning

    Looking into the mirror are you satisfied with the reflection gazing back, are you where you want to be?
  • Exceptional Leader Spotlight: The mirror of leadership

    Looking through the rear-view mirror offers a good glance back for one to determine how far they have come, but one must always look at the present reflection to prepare for the roads ahead.
  • Solving people problems, one dispute at a time

    Over 40 Airmen came together with one common goal, to learn how to leverage negotiation, mediation and dispute resolution techniques to help fellow Airmen communicate through conflict and disputes, at the U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa Conference Center, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Dec. 3-5, 2019.
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