Commentary by Airman 1st Class Rose Gudex 21st Space Wing Public Affairs Office PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. — “Welcome to Peterson, you’re going to love it here! Do you have any questions?” Well yes, actually, I have about a million. I’m brand new to the Air Force; so new you can probably still smell… Continue Reading Are you new here or just lost?
Commentary by Lt. Col. Thomas Ste. Marie 2nd Space Operations Squadron commander Stories are good. That’s why we enjoy watching movies, listening to stand-up comedians, and reading books, but not listening to speeches and lectures. For me, stories can address complicated issues in ways that can be provocative, entertaining and can stay with you. My story… Continue Reading Be proud of your story
Commentary by Airman 1st Class Luis M. Salcedo 4th Space Operations Squadron I am not a morning person to be honest, I would categorize myself as an afternoon person. Mornings are a struggle for me and usually end up taking on the look of a dogfight between sleep and myself. My resolve and a stubborn… Continue Reading Why I wear the uniform
Commentary by Senior Airman Dennis Sloan Joint Base Charleston Public Affairs JOINT BASE CHARLESTON, S.C. — Keeping a secret that defines you, that has shaped your life for nearly three years now and is sure to shape the rest, a secret that you go to sleep with every night and wake to every morning is… Continue Reading Finding light through darkness
In case you haven’t noticed, money’s tight these days. Not only that, but we’re undermanned in many cases and fighting our way through furloughs and reductions in force. Continue Reading Make it happen
Every day, I am amazed at the difference one Airman can make in the life of another Airman and equally amazed at the impact each of our Airmen has on mission accomplishment. Continue Reading ‘One’ Airman can make a difference
Have you ever run into anyone who was bent out of shape because of a bad rating on their annual report? Continue Reading Leaders deliver honest feedback
Chief Master Sgt. Bob Joyce was quiet, a little gruff and frankly quite intimidating. Continue Reading Chief’s early morning lessons
Every morning when I come into work, I try to communicate with people face to face. Continue Reading Why is it so difficult to communicate?
As my time with the 50th Space Wing comes to an end, I’ve been experiencing a range of emotions. Continue Reading Final thoughts from 50 SW/CC