Madigan to open DOD’s first autism center
Service members we have the responsibility to ensure leadership makes informed decisions. But to do to that, we must arm them with information.
Our Air Force is very good at managing risk — perhaps the best. We’ve all been faced with occasional situations where the existing rules did not support execution of the requirement. So what do you do?
HONOLULU Never before has so much emphasis been placed on developing and sustaining programs that contribute to enhancing the overall health and readiness of the military family.
Sexual assault does more to hurt our readiness than any enemy, because it erodes the foundation of our profession — trust.
As a reserve component to Joint Base Lewis-McChord, our citizen Airmen work to balance a schedule that can be challenging between job demands, Air Force Reserve requirements and family time.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we honor the remarkable contributions women have played in helping win our nation’s wars.
CommentaryPublished: 02:38PM March 17th, 2016
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Five steps for a more secure social media experience.
You must weigh events based on their significance in order to make decisions as a leader on when to let your Soldiers go home.
CommentaryPublished: 02:15PM March 10th, 2016
One key element that all successful organizations have in common is good communication.
CommentaryPublished: 02:20PM March 10th, 2016
During Women’s History Month, the U.S. Air Force celebrates the service of women like Staff Sergeant Esther Blake, who was the first female to enlist in the newly formed Air Force on July 8, 1948, and Lt. Col. Shawna Rochelle Kimbrell, who broke racial barriers when she became the first black female fighter pilot.
Madigan Army Medical Center commander talks about Brain Injury Awareness Month.
7th ID units supporting exercises, contingencies worldwide
Since 2007, more than 200,000 savers have accepted the challenge of Military Saves Week. What is that challenge? The Military Saves Pledge.
CommentaryPublished: 04:17PM February 18th, 2016
We must model good character for ourselves, our families and our service organizations daily. When promises are made, no matter how small, they must be kept.
Over the past year, Army Medicine has been implementing an enterprisewide reorganization in support of our Army’s transformation to regionally aligned forces. As a part of this endeavor, Army Medicine merged two incredible organizations, the Western Regional Medical Command and Pacific Regional Medical Command, into one exceptional health care organization called the Regional Health Command-Pacific (Provisional).
As the U.S. military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan changes after 14 years of near-constant deployments, the Army is becoming more of a U.S.-based force, rather than a deployed one.
January 16 marked the 25th anniversary of Desert Storm, the coalition effort to free Kuwait from the grips of an Iraqi invasion force.
CommentaryPublished: 10:50AM January 28th, 2016
When I was the spouse of a Reservist (which was the better part of my five years of marriage), I didnt get it.
The unique opportunity to participate in a culturally diverse, internationally impacting engagement does not come often.
Like all good books, the final chapter is written and the story concludes. So too will our time together here on Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
We have all heard someone say, “Take care of your people and their families.” Have you ever stopped to think why we hear this so often?
As we start a new year, many of us resolve to make positive changes to our health.
Have you ever gone into the new year certain this will be the year you change your life for the better, but after just a few weeks, you fall right back into the same habits? Well, you are not alone.
As the holidays approach and we enter a time of reflection and celebration, it’s as important as ever to keep sight of the most important asset to the U.S. Air Force — its people.
Most of us look forward to the holidays as a time of good cheer with friends and family. It can also feel stressful, however, especially for those of you responsible for the travel, preparations and finances needed to meet expectations of a joyous season.
Leadership is the ability to influence others to willingly work toward the mission and vision you have defined. In order to influence others, you must have a relationship — and to have a relationship you must have trust.
Last week, I relinquished command of the Western Regional Medical Command to Col. Christopher Gruber. And, on Nov. 18, my battle buddy, Command Sgt.Maj. Marshall Huffman relinquished responsibility to Command Sgt. Maj. Tabitha Gavia.
Roger Feller was just 8 years old when U.S. troops liberated his village, Perlé, Luxembourg, in September 1944. Roger recalls the story with vivid detail and overflowing enthusiasm, as though the events had occurred last week, not 71 years ago.
Greetings to the Soldiers and families of 7th Infantry Division and the Joint Base Lewis-McChord community. I continue to be impressed by Task Force BAYONET and its superb reputation across the Army largely because of your leadership, service and hard work.