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Left to right, Chief Master Sgt. Jodi Epps, 47th Operations Group superintendent, Danny Williams, 47th Operations Group director of academics and simulations, and Lt. Col. Britt Warren, 47th Operations Support Squadron commander, all took different paths in their Air Force journeys, guided by those who went before. Each communicate how they developed through advice they were given, which help them learn the value of taking care of each other, balancing career and personal life, and understanding the value of life itself. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Airman1st Class Anne McCready) Laughlin leaders highlight helpful advice
With a combined 88 years of Air Force service, three Laughlin leaders have learned the value of taking care of each other, balancing career and personal life, and understanding the value of life itself. Lt. Col. Britt Warren, 47th Operations Support Squadron commander, joined the Air Force with the understanding he was going to be a fighter pilot — a job where it’s important to be tough, thick-skinned yet sensitive enough to be receptive to feedback.
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2018
F-86D Dog Sabre 87th FTS celebrates 100 years of excellence
One of the U.S. Air Force’s oldest flying squadrons celebrates its 100th anniversary at Laughlin Air Force Base, Aug. 18, 2017.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Laughlin Historian recounts Civilian Acculturation Leadership Training program
Casey Connell, 47th Flying Training Wing historian, recounts his experience at the Civilian Acculturation Leadership Training program.
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2016
Staff Sgt. Cody Sparks, 47th Communications Squadron NCO in charge of mobile knowledge operations, poses for a photo at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas. Sparks was selected as Air Education and Training Command’s Airman of the Year for his dedication to the Air Force and outstanding Airmanship. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jimmie D. Pike) “I think we forget sometimes”
Staff Sgt. Cody Sparks, Air Education and Training Command's Outstanding Airman of the Year, visits Capitol Hill and learns from his leaders.
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2016
Retired Air Force Col. Kimberly Olson, pictured as a captain, helped to influence the change of Air Force policy to allow women the opportunity to pursue flight training during Officer Training School. After the change in policy, she became the first female pilot to attend undergraduate pilot training at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas. (Courtesy Photo) Retired Col. Kimberly Olson: Laughlin legacy
Retired Air Force Col. Kimberly Olson was the first woman to attend and graduate undergraduate pilot training at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas. Due to her willingness to become a pilot, an outdated policy was changed to allow women the opportunity to apply to pilot training while in Officer Training School.
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2016
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