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Col. Michael Bartley The new year, what's expected
Now that you have stopped inadvertently signing your personal checks with a 2006 date and have finally realized 2007 is upon us, what is your New Year's resolution? Is it to stop smoking, lose weight, get into better shape, or spend more time with your children? These are certainly noble resolutions, but I thought I would deviate somewhat from
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Default Air Force Logo As Nellis goes, so goes the Air Force
"As goes Nellis, so goes the United States Air Force." During my four assignments here over the last three decades, I have heard that line a lot. So, how is Nellis "going?" Well, last weekend during our air show, I had the opportunity to explain what Nellis is all about and how we're "going" to some friends of my family who were visiting. Pete and
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Default Air Force Logo What is the A-76 process, and what does it mean to you?
During the next year, Nellis will undertake an "A-76" activity, which will affect hundreds of Airmen's assignments and may create new jobs for civilians. This "A-76" process involves 57th Wing maintainers and will be facilitated by the 99th Air Base Wing's Contracting and Mission Support Squadrons. Even if the "A-76" effort doesn't affect you
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Default Air Force Logo USAF Warfare Center perspective on Air Force Smart Operations 21
For those who were around in the mid 1990s, you may remember Total Quality Management or TQM. This was a business practice that was being applied to the Air Force in an era of force reductions. TQM was successful in the business world, and many of its concepts promised improvements and efficiencies for our Air Force. These efforts involved looking
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