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  • May Chief's Perspective

    I want to take a moment to look at leadership from within agreat organization. How each one of us can be a part of that leadership teamand ultimately how our leadership input will impact the organization. I am atraditional guardsman, with 12 plus years on active duty and another 18 yearsas a SCANG member, for a total of 31 years. I have seen
  • May Retiree's Corner

    The Luncheons keep on getting better! This time a little something different, we had Chief Master Sgt. Tommy Nash and Tech. Sgt. Kenneth Byrd, workers in the vineyard, as one of my old bosses used to say, come by and visit with us. They gave us a perspective on the munitions side. The retirees really enjoyed the interaction with them. Most of the
  • May Shirt Blast

    Hello Swamp Foxes and welcome to May drill! Last month's Shirt Blast discussed the basics of points, where to find more information about points, and what makes a good year. This month we're going to hit on the value of a point. Have you ever thought about how much a single point is worth? The math on it can be daunting, but it's not as complicated
  • March Chief's Perspective

    We have all been in the Air Force long enough to see a few struggles. It seems like a life time ago, I was boarding my first airplane and headed for basic training. That was back in 1986! I had never been on a plane and at the airport I quickly became friends with a group of nuns that were flying on my same flight. I took comfort that things would
  • March Retiree's Corner

    We seem to be getting more Chiefs as our featured speakers. This is good. For our February Luncheon we had Chief Gary Jackson of the 169th Force Support Squadron. His OIC, Major Ralph Cole, Jr. was doing some time at the Guard Bureau, which is where Chief Jackson spent a lot of his time and background in around the D.C. Beltline area. The Chief
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