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  • CSAF Innovation Letter to Airmen

    Airmen, Since the dawn of airpower, Airmen and innovation instinctively aligned to create the world's dominant Air Force. However, diminishing competitive advantage threatens our national security. This is why I wrote Accelerate Change or Lose. Just as the very first Airmen supporting the trench warfare of World War I lived by the mantra of "over,
  • Remembering September 11th

    301 FW Commander Col. Allen Duckworth encourages his Airmen to reflect and remember.
  • Meet your 301 FW LRS key spouse: CharlySue

    In this commentary, meet the 301 FW LRS key spouse volunteer: CharlySue. This Air Force veteran continues her service and looks forward to sharing what she has learned with our service members and their families. The Air Force Key Spouse Program is an official Air Force Unit Family Readiness Program designed to enhance readiness, personal/family resiliency and establish a sense of Air Force community.
  • June is PTSD Awareness Month

    Not all wounds are visible especially when it comes to post traumatic stress disorders. 301 FW Director of Psychological Health Mary Arnold shares information from the Invisible Wounds Initiative as June is PTSD awareness month.
  • Invest in your mental health

    301st Fighter Wing Director of Psychological Health Ms. Mary Arnold reminds us of the importance of investing in ourselves in order to remain healthy. She shares ideas for physical, social, spiritual, and mental wellness to help us balance through the stressors of daily life.
  • Holidays & Heroes surprises military members

    The 301st Fighter Wing stationed at U.S. Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas, as well as the base itself, has a generous and supportive local community. One Airman who was a recipient of that generosity and shares how the experience impacted him and his family.
  • To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift

    The newest 301 FW Command Chief Michael Senigo addresses his Airmen in his first commentary: "I’m here to help and give my best to this wing. If you ever want to chat, I’m all ears."
  • 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
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