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  • 9-11 Remembrance Letter

    A letter to the men and women of the Air and Space Forces from Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett
  • Don’t Jeopardize your Security Clearance Eligibility — Guideline J: Criminal Conduct

    Continuous Evaluation (CE) is a personnel security investigative process to review the background of individuals who have been determined eligible for access to classified information or to hold a sensitive position. The CE process searches numerous commercial and government databases, in addition to other information lawfully available to security professionals. Make sure you self-report using the CE process and maintain national security clearance eligibility. This installment addresses Guidance J: Criminal Conduct.
  • Stress during COVID

    Everyone responds to stress differently and prolonged exposure to stress is unhealthy. Please read some tips from this commentary on ways to navigate stressful environments and improve overall resilience during these trying times. Look out for each other as well as yourself. If you need help, please reach out.
  • Don’t Jeopardize your Security Clearance Eligibility—Guideline G: Alcohol Consumption

    Continuous Evaluation (CE) is a personnel security investigative process to review the background of individuals who have been determined eligible for access to classified information or to hold a sensitive position. The CE process searches numerous commercial and government databases, in addition to other information lawfully available to security professionals. Make sure you self-report using the CE process and maintain national security clearance eligibility. This installment addresses Guidance G: Alcohol Consumption
  • Don’t Jeopardize your Security Clearance Eligibility--Guideline F: Financial Considerations

    Continuous Evaluation (CE) is a personnel security investigative process to review the background of individuals who have been determined eligible for access to classified information or to hold a sensitive position. The CE process searches numerous commercial and government databases, in addition to other information lawfully available to security professionals. Make sure you self-report using the CE process and maintain national security clearance eligibility.
  • Expressing what's inside

    With everything that goes along with life on planet Earth, feelings and emotions come right along with it. 301st Fighter Wing Director of Psychological Health Mary Arnold shares how expressions of emotion are critical to healthy living.
  • Master Sgt. Rene Garcia joins Yellow Ribbon team

    The Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program provides resiliency training for Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard members before, during, and after deployment. Master Sgt. Rene Garcia, the new 301st Fighter Wing Yellow Ribbon representative, shares how this program helped him and how he plans to do the same for his fellow Airmen. Garcia has been in
  • Breaking the silence of domestic violence

    Domestic violence is something that can live within the walls of a family’s home and never see the light of day, until something happens to expose what hides within. Mr. James Harper, the 301st Fighter Wing’s Violence Prevention Integrator, sheds light on domestic violence, signs of it, and what can be done about it. Q: What is domestic violence?A:
  • Warriors persevere, deliver assured airpower

    In this commentary to 301st Fighter Wing Airmen, Col. Cason addresses the plan and purpose of the wing amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • “Fasten your seat belts ladies and gentlemen…”

    Col. Hanson has some departing words after nearly five years as the wing's vice and wing commander respectively. Thank you sir for your leadership and best wishes on your next assignment as the mobilization assistant to the commander 9th Air Force, Air Combat Command, Shaw Air Force Base, S.C.
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