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  • 28th Bomb Wing welcomes new commander

    Col. David A. Doss, assumed command of the 28th Bomb Wing at a change of command ceremony on May 30. People likely know about Doss’ impressive military career but we wanted to introduce him on a personal level. He was kind enough to sit down with us to answer some questions.
  • SNCOs: Mentor Future Commanders!

    “More is caught, than taught.” This common colloquialism rings true for individual development. Regardless of your tenure in the Top 3, if you have just sewn on master sergeant, or are a chief master sergeant hitting high year tenure, senior NCOs shape tomorrow’s joint leaders. We set the example for what we want to see in emerging leaders and provide the template with our actions.
  • 7th BW Airmen receive Vaught leadership awards

    As Airmen grow in the military, whether it’s personally or professionally, there is typically someone there to help provide mentorship and guidance. Three such individuals here at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, were recently recognized for their constant efforts in helping others become better leaders.Last month, Capt. Kiersten Thompson, 7th
  • 5th Bomb Wing commander Q&A

    Col. Bradley Cochran is the 55th commander of the 5th Bomb Wing at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota. As the wing commander, Cochran ensures the wing’s combat readiness and is responsible for operations involving the wing’s fleet of B-52H Stratofortress bombers. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Senior Airman Jonathan McElderry)
  • Not in my Air Force

    There is no doubt, question, uncertainty or room for sexual assault in the Air Force, only zero tolerance. Barksdale Air Force Base and the 2nd Bomb Wing Sexual Assault Prevention and Response team are committed to taking strides every day to educate and promote SAPR throughout the installation.
  • Airman wins on and off the court

    The Airman’s Creed is a promise to the United States and a rallying cry for Airmen to remain the world’s greatest Air Force. The words, “My mission is to fly, fight and win,” hold true for 20th Air Force’s Tech. Sgt. Corey Rucker, a world champion who embodies the creed both professionally and personally.   Rucker recently returned to Cheyenne from
  • Honoring a Hero: Aviator Receives Medal Six Decades Overdue

    An elderly man entertains guests from his chair, which is surrounded by medical equipment. Moments later, a familiar shade of blue walks through his front door, causing him to rise and greet the newcomer. The newcomer picks up the elderly man’s military service coat, the same as his own and places it on its owner, who will now receive the honor he earned over 60 years ago.
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