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Default Air Force Logo Holiday Reflection
As you gather with your family and friends to celebrate your holidays, Junko and I want to express how grateful we are for all you do and for the support that your families provide you. This wing has done some incredible things during the past year, and you ALL contributed to those successes. You should be proud of all you've accomplished.
0 12/12
Default Air Force Logo Lessons for success from your fellow Nomads
Nomads,In September something very special happened:  in a highly competitive process two of our enlisted Airmen were selected to become officers. To my knowledge, that makes five of our enlisted Airmen selected to become officers in the past year, which is amazing for a wing this size. Congratulations to the following Airmen:Staff Sgt. Mario Pozo,
0 10/04
Official Photo Col. Lansing R. Pilch August a banner month for the F-35A and the 33rd
Thanks for reading the first issue of Nomad News! In future articles, I hope my words will be more profound. For now, I’d like to just say thank you for the great work and write a little about Northern Lightning.
0 9/12
Col. Todd L. Osgood, 379th Expeditionary Medical Group commander's commentary.
Take time to explain “why”
The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Air Force, the Department of Defense or the U.S. Government. Good communication is a key element of successful organizations. As leaders, managers, or supervisors, we're sometimes so focused on communicating the "what"
0 12/31
Milton P. Crenchaw speaks with U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Margaret H. Woodward Aug. 20, 2013, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. Crenchaw overcame social injustices of racism to serve his country during World War II as a civilian flight instructor. Commentary: Air Force legend lost
Before there was a U.S. Air Force, modern civil rights movement or an African-American president, there were the trailblazing Tuskegee Airmen. Milton Pitts Crenchaw was one of those historic Airmen. Crenchaw served his country while simultaneously breaking down barriers by training hundreds of African-American pilots and cadets throughout his
0 12/02
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