• Progressive relationships

    One of the greatest lessons I learned about building relationships as a chaplain candidate came from the instruction I received from a first sergeant assigned to an explosive ordnance disposal unit. The first sergeant briefed my chaplain candidate class about his unit’s accomplishments and

  • Being an Effective Airman

    Have you ever asked yourself, how I can be a better person? How can I be more valuable? What tools can I use to be an effective and competitive Airman? The United States Air Force has given me the ability to answer these questions by virtue of the experiences I have had throughout my years of

  • New transition for NAFB Airman

    NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. - I grew up in New Mexico as the youngest of three children and my favorite color is unicorn!Hopefully, that made you laugh. If not my feelings won’t be too hurt. I grew up in a very conservative Christian house-hold with two significantly older brothers who were 9 and 11

  • Teeth Whitening

    Have you ever wanted whiter teeth or a brighter smile? Almost everyone does, and it’s important to schedule an appointment with your dentist to see which whitening options are right for you.

  • Got Simulators?

    Over the next several years Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada will construct state-of-the-art flight simulators around the Warrior Fitness Center.

  • Change … key to progress

    If anything is true, change is true. As Benjamin Disraeli famously said, “Change is inevitable.”

  • I was abused, reasons I ignored it

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. In observance of this, this article discusses one citizen Airman's experience to shed light on this issue. "As I sat in our couple’s therapist's office, my husband spoke the words that would one day become his motto. Statements were often preceded with,

  • As long as it takes: Pursuing chaplaincy, one career field at a time

    I had been in three different Air Force jobs, and still was at a loss of where I could find meaning. Late one night I began to pray about it. My dad is a pastor, so I grew up with a spiritual upbringing. It began to dawn on me that I had spent my life asking God to help me get where I wanted to

  • Achieving “excellence” through continuous process improvement

    The third core value of the Air Force is “Excellence in All We Do.” According to Air Force Instruction 1-1, the “Little Blue Book,” Excellence in All We Do, directs us to develop a sustained passion for continuous process improvement and innovation that will propel the Air Force into a long-term,