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  • A Millennial's Take on Joining the Air Force

    Having no expectations on what to expect from Basic Military Training was my biggest fear prior to joining the Air Force. I stayed up countless nights researching anything I could pertaining to BMT before making my decision to join. After thorough research and several sleepless nights contemplating, I decided to take the plunge and revisit my recruiter.
  • Why Mentoring Matters? 'Mentoring is an inherent responsibility of leadership.'

    Long ago are the days when managing meant simply telling people what to do. Today’s noncommissioned officers must master a host of other roles if they want to be effective leaders. One of the more important roles in the development of our Airmen is through “mentoring.” AFM 36-2643, Air Force Mentoring Program, defines a mentor as a “wise, trusted,
  • Teamwork: the common thread wherever life takes us

    When we take the oath to join the military, our future is wide open and we are eager to start the journey; most of us quickly learn that teamwork is one of the most important elements of success. It’s the same whether we sign on for active or Reserve duty, as enlisted, officer or Defense Department civilian. Teamwork has always been the key
  • New command chief shares priorities, philosophy

    Greetings 315th Airlift Wing! I am Chief Master Sgt. Mark Barber, your new command chief.Let me begin by saying that I am honored and extremely humbled by this opportunity. In addition to providing the commander with the enlisted perspective on a number of different issues, I am responsible for ensuring the wing's mission, vision; priorities and
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