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  • JBLE experiments with CAIB format

    As the U.S. Air Force continues to focus on building agile, joint warfighters, senior leaders from Joint Base Langley-Eustis met for a newly formatted version of the Community Action Information Board June 8, 2018.
  • Leadership Moody Builds Leaders

    “The leadership experience I received was second to none. There is no other Air Force program available that provides this type of leadership experience.” Master Sgt. Joseph Lujan Jr., 23d Operations Support Squadron intelligence superintendent, was one of 20 senior noncommissioned officers, field grade officers, and civilian equivalents to complete and graduate from Leadership Moody last year. This year, he serves as the program’s cadre. This year’s Leadership Moody class took to the town, March 9, 2018, in Valdosta, Ga., to hear from several civic leaders about leadership, techniques, best practices and lessons learned.
  • Stripes to bars: Airmen amplify leadership

    Two junior officers assigned to Shaw Air Force Base began their Air Force journeys more than a decade before they applied to officer training school.
  • ACC works to empower leaders at every level

    “If we’re going to talk about leadership in that environment then we’re going to have to build the trust and initiative in our lower components that they feel comfortable accepting risk and moving out and making decisions on their own,” Holmes said.
  • Top AF analysis leader recognized

    Gen. Mike Holmes, the commander of Air Combat Command at Joint Base Langley-Eustis received the Lt. Gen. Glenn A. Kent Leadership Award during a ceremony at the Pentagon July 11, 2017.
  • Shaw hosts cadets for Operation Air Force

    U.S. Air Force Academy cadets are visiting Team Shaw as part of the Operation Air Force program, June 6 to 21.
  • Stronger through adversity: Airman rebounding after aneurysm

    Early on Dec. 9, 2015, Staff Sgt. Rasheed, a 7th Intelligence Squadron signals intelligence analyst, experienced a cerebral aneurysm. From what he can recall, and what he has been told, a neighbor found him unresponsive in his Maryland apartment while his dog ran loose outside, door wide open.
  • Airman finds potential through EPR

    Enlisted performance reports have the power to affect an Airmen’s career. For one Airman, an EPR had the power to change how he saw his life. Staff Sgt. Preston Moten, 20th Equipment Maintenance Squadron aerospace ground equipment schedule and training monitor, said the rating from his first EPR made him realize it was time to straighten up and listen to the positive people around him.
  • ACC hosts second of 3 planned chaplain leadership symposiums, develops leadership skills within chaplain corps

    Senior religious support teams from around the world met here in early December for the Air Combat Command Chaplain Corps Leadership Development Symposium. The symposium’s intent was to bring senior chapel leadership together in a forum to discuss leadership strategies, share best practices and better leverage chapel resources.
  • New Emerge Moody innovation develops leaders

    Kicking off a new leadership development program, 20 Airmen from various career fields began a nine-month journey to better understand Moody’s mission during Emerge Moody. Candidates from the rank of E-3 to E-6, and Company Grade Officers, applied for the program and were selected after an interview process. After earning their way into the ranks of this program, students will have the opportunity to converse with peers and leaders from other units while getting behind-the-scenes tours of these missions they haven’t seen before.
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