Maintainers on flightlines need to remember the big picture
It’s not smart to not pay attention, disregard rules and do unsafe things
It’s hard to comprehend that the nation has been at war for more than 13 years. For most of us, the time has gone quickly, but too many Americans relive the attacks daily through the loss of loved ones. To them, 9-11 was yesterday, today and every day; the pain never ceases.
Leaders should continuously challenge themselves with new information and approaches
Crosswalks can be dangerous places on JBLM unless users obey the rules
NCO education and training is crucial to growing successful enlisted leaders
You can learn as much from losing as from winning
The importance of the service member for Life program outlined by 42nd MP CSM
WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE, Mo. Be prepared to learn from failure
Comment 2 on insurance required by new DOD BAH requirements
Set sights on New Year’s resolutions you really care about
SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. AMC commander thanks AF team for 2014
7th Inf. Div. CG looks forward to positive 2015
TRICARE’s guide to making New Year’s resolutions
Wing commander sets the course for the future
QUANTICO, Virginia Tips on lowering your cyber and social media profile
US-Japanese military cooperation
Holiday message from WRMC commander
This November, I had the tremendous privilege of spending 24 hours with a joint team of firefighters consisting of Air Force, Army and civilian personnel at Fire Station 105, at the McChord Field flightline.
Free legal services available for service members to review their IDES results
Respecting each other is the best way to build strong relationships
We’re coming to that time of year when religious celebrations meet pagan rituals at the shortest day of the year — the winter solstice. Many of us moderns ignore Dec. 21, anxious to blast past it into a warmer, brighter, more hospitable season. But it’s been a big deal for most of our civilized history and deserves respect despite the relative absence of druids and witches from our daily discourse.
Thanksgiving is a great American tradition. It offers us the opportunity to pause and reflect on the blessings in our lives. We are thankful to live in this great country, and for the liberties provided by our Constitution. We are blessed that we get the opportunity to serve the Soldiers, family members, civilians and contract teammates that make up the Army team.
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio Leaders should stay involved with their subordinates
Every year, on Thanksgiving Day, Americans join with family and friends to give thanks for the many blessings that have been bestowed upon us. It is a tradition rooted in American history.
WASHINGTON President agrees it’s the right time for resignation
Sustainment operations important to combat arms efforts
IMCOM 2025 and Beyond synthesizes Army themes and creates plan for action
When I arrived at JBLM, the day was clear and I looked out my window at Mount Rainier. Its prominence was undeniable and it beckoned to be summited. I knew nothing about the preparation, effort and finances it would take to accomplish such a task, but I was immediately hooked with the thought, “I want to climb that mountain!”
The holiday season is generally a time to celebrate with family and friends. For some however, it brings renewed grief, loneliness or depression. Madigan is your community hospital, and we want to help your holiday season be a positive one.