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  • May Fitness Tips

    Another fun challenge while taking a break from working at home!   Tabata at HomeComplete as many rounds as possible in 20 minutes!10 burpees20 pushups30 situps40 squats50 sec plank Lastly, try this FUN Tabata workout!34 Minute Tabata WorkoutStart with a 5 min warm up. (Brisk walking or jog around the block etc.)Set #1 (Cardio) – Do this set 4Xs
  • May Retiree's Corner

    This is really strange, here I sit preparing to write the May Retiree’s Corner article, when today I should be preparing for our April Luncheon this afternoon?  Talk about changing times, none of us have had to endure this new pandemic virus, and it may leave scars in our memory banks for a long time.The other previous viruses that have affected us
  • June Retiree's Corner

    Well here it is, Memorial Day. The year 2020 seems strange. No Luncheon to report how many folks showed up, no newcomers, no nothing. So overall we all have just been maintaining. Supposedly our June Luncheon is to be held June 2nd. However, it doesn’t look like a go, and at this time I can’t predict when we will have our next Luncheon. Don’t
  • April Chief's Perspective

    The Oxford Dictionary of English defines resiliency as “the ability to withstand or recover quickly from difficult situations”. Likewise, in relation to physics, resiliency is the “ability of a strained body, by virtue of high yield strength and low elastic modulus, to recover its size and form following deformation” (Gellar et al., 2003, p.48).
  • April Commander's Corner

    The current international crisis with Coronavirus has highlighted the need in our country for informed, logical perspectives and corresponding decisions. As service members, your family, friends, neighbors, and community look up to you. When crises arise, your opinion will frequently be sought out. You will often find that you are a sounding board
  • April Shirt Blast

    Living my belief in transparent leadership, I’d like to share a resource that helped me recently. Over the last few months, I made several financial decisions based solely on my emotions. I paid several thousands of dollars out of pocket to sell my truck to a local dealership and I sold my other truck instead of keeping it for my daughter as
  • April Chaplain's Reflections

    Hello fellow Swamp Foxes!  It is a pleasure to write you again as I have been away attending Officer Training School at Maxwell AFB, Alabama. Throughout the last nine weeks, I was reintroduced to U.S. Air Force history and tradition which strengthened my appreciation for the awesome organization we serve. The Tuskegee museum and the Enlisted Airmen
  • April Fitness Tips

    The hips are one of those body parts that most of us don't really think about until they're bothering us. When you hit the gym, strengthening your hip muscles specifically probably isn't high on the agenda. But if you're someone who is familiar with that hip ache and tightness that comes along with it you will be happy to incorporate this into your
  • April Retiree's Corner

    We had another wonderful March Luncheon! Many of you who do not attend our luncheons probably wonder why I always say it was great, wonderful, fabulous, terrific, etc., reason being, it is! And then I say we had a great speaker, reason being they all have been great, sincere and informative to us. Ask any attendee, and see if they differ from my
  • March Commander's Corner

    Over the past couple of months, I have had the pleasure of attending an Officer Training School and Basic Military Training graduation ceremony. I was very impressed with the professional development of our new officer and enlisted members supporting the total force. In many instances, it was emotional as our newest Airmen saw their families for
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