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Default Air Force Logo 'Are you ready for some football?'
"Are you ready for some football?"This Sunday night, more than a billion people around the world will be watching Super Bowl XLIV, as the New Orleans Saints take on the Indianapolis Colts for the title of World Champions. Air Force members at home and abroad will be tuning in for this spectacle ... some will watch because they root for one of these
0 2/02
2010
Default Air Force Logo Putting their faith into action
Sacrifice is a part of life, especially life in the military. Life in the military is difficult. We work long hours and deploy often, spending time far away from our family, friends and the comforts of home. We are also held to a higher standard than our civilian counterparts are. We have to maintain high standards of conduct and physical fitness.
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2010
Official biography portrait of Lt. Gen. Frank Klotz. Photographed in the Pentagon on Sept. 29, 2009. (U.S. Air Force photo by Scott Ash) Letter to the Men and Women of 8th AF
To the Men and Women of 8th Air ForceOn February 1st, the Nation's long-range, nuclear-capable bomber force will transfer to Air Force Global Strike Command. This is an historic milestone in the comprehensive roadmap laid out by the Secretary of the Air Force and our Chief of Staff to strengthen both the capability and the credibility of the Air
0 1/25
2010
Default Air Force Logo Remaining resolute
It may have already happened. That oath you took, to lose 20 pounds or to quit smoking, might be dissipating into a distant memory.Celebrated Missourian, Mark Twain, had this to say about New Year's resolutions:"Now is the accepted time to make your regular annual good resolutions. Next week you can begin paving hell with them as usual."While
0 1/19
2010
Default Air Force Logo Little teeth, big smiles
While they may be small, and aren't permanent, deciduous (baby) teeth play a critical role in the development of a child's mouth. Unfortunately, not many individuals realize how important these teeth really are. Have you ever heard the phrase, "They're only baby teeth, it's not like he/she won't get more?" The truth of the matter is, baby teeth are
0 1/19
2010
Default Air Force Logo TFI: A success story
It has been two and a half years since I arrived at Whiteman as the first Guardsman to integrate into the B-2 mission. I remember my first day at Whiteman. After arriving onto base, I stopped at the shopette. While in line to check out an airman first class in front of me noticed my patches and introduced himself. He was from the weapons shop and
0 1/15
2010
Default Air Force Logo Prevent injury when 'Slip Slidin' Away'
Do you recall the words to the following Paul Simon song?"Slip slidin' away, you know the nearer your destination, the more you're slip slidin' away." Well, tis that season ... the cold, wet, icy, yucky, "slip slidin' away" conditions. Every year many people sustain injuries from slipping on the ice and other surfaces. Whether it is in the comfort
0 1/12
2010
Default Air Force Logo Air Force, A great way of life
Wow, what an opportunity! Stationed at Whiteman for 17 years (yes, that's accurate) and I was finally asked to write an article for the Warrior. I truly do view this as an opportunity, one to share my story of this wonderful experience we call the Air Force and to offer some advice on opportunities, change and priorities, especially since this is
0 1/12
2010
Default Air Force Logo 2010: A year for success
Well, here we go with another year, even another decade no less. How will you use this new year? Why do I ask? Because this is another year for success, another year for accomplishment and another year for achievement!Sometimes people move into the new year making resolutions with often mixed results. Part of the reason for this is resolutions are
0 1/12
2010
Default Air Force Logo Kickin' Butts
It is the time of year when many Airmen around the 442nd Fighter Wing are making New Year's resolutions, and quitting smoking could be a priority for many of them. I started smoking in 1991 while deployed with the Army to Operation Desert Storm. A fellow soldier was always lighting up and out of boredom I bummed one off him every now and then
0 1/04
2010
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