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  • Coping with COVID, getting mission accomplished

     I can’t begin to tell you how impressive your performance has been despite all of the COVID challenges. But don’t take my word for it – Lt. Gen. Richard W. Scobee, commander, Air Force Reserve Command, called me personally to congratulate you on your efforts to mobilize aeromedical evacuation

  • Being Resilient

    Resiliency isn't something you practice when you're in control and going through your daily routine of life. It's the strength you need to push through during times of change and uncertainty.

  • COVID-19: Supportive resources for wing members, families

    For many people this is a time of uncertainty and isolation. For those who may need assistance, there are several resources and individuals available to help you and your family during this time. I have included the 403rd Wing Resource Chart for you to reference which services are able to assist

  • Holiday traditions

    There is nothing like holiday traditions, everyone has them. But not all traditions are the same.

  • Have a G.R.E.A.T holiday season

    What is your favorite holiday tradition? What is your picture perfect holiday scene you try to create every holiday season? Close your eyes for a moment, and visualize what it looks and feels like to experience that perfect holiday moment … and please ignore ‘cousin Eddie,’ from the “National

  • Have a safe, happy holiday season

    With the holidays quickly approaching, I wanted to share a few thoughts before 2019 comes to an end.First, I want to thank each and every one of you for all that you do. From multiple deployments to humanitarian aid to community service, your list of accomplishments is truly astonishing -- and too

  • I’m terrified and I will not fail

    I was sitting on the floor at Denver International Airport waiting for a flight to San Antonio. I leaned against a cool glass window in jeans and a black tee shirt, holding the Airman’s Creed on a business card with tiny letters in my hands. Several other trainees-to-be and I were taking turns