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Default Air Force Logo Independence Day message from AFSOC commander
Lt. Gen. Brad Heithold sends Air Commandos a personal message marking the Independence Day federal holiday.
0 6/30
2016
Default Air Force Logo Video: AFSOC Commander’s Goals
Video three of Lt. Gen. Brad Heithold's thoughts and recollections on his time as Air Force Special Operations Command commander. Here, he focuses on the command accomplishing their goals. AFSOC is doing a great job at providing combat ready forces.
0 6/17
2016
Default Air Force Logo Video: AFSOC Commander’s Greatest Challenge
Video two of Lt. Gen. Brad Heithold's thoughts and recollections on his time as Air Force Special Operations Command commander. Here, he focuses on the challenge of recapitalizing all pieces of the command while fighting a war. Airmen have to transition to new aircraft at the same time they are working in combat zones
0 6/17
2016
Default Air Force Logo Video: AFSOC Commander’s Top 3 Accomplishments
Video one of Lt. Gen. Brad Heithold's thoughts and recollections on his time as Air Force Special Operations Command commander. Here, he focuses on his top three accomplishments during his time here.
0 6/17
2016
Default Air Force Logo AFSOC commander highlights importance of humility
Leaders,Recently, the Director of the FBI, Mr. James Comey, sent a note to his work force on the subject of humility. I think we can all learn something from his observations. He noted that one of his weaknesses has been over-confidence. I’m of the opinion that as Air Commandos we must be confident, yet humble. The character trait of humility
0 9/25
2015
Default Air Force Logo AFSOC commander issues safety message to Air Commandos
Air Commandos,Air Force Special Operations Command has an inherently dangerous mission. What we do and where we do it, without question, involves a high degree of risk and our success depends on our ability to mitigate those risks. We’ve suffered losses that were preventable, and the way we prevent those losses is through compliance with
0 9/03
2015
Chief Master Sgt. Jacob P.E. Dunbar When we struggle: Setbacks create progress, answers for future questions
I have always credited my success to the lifetime of struggles I faced. These instances -- though stressful and tough -- kept me prepared, focused and humble. For each setback, there was progress. I learned and grew from the experiences. I call them “personalized life-changing moments,” specifically designed and orchestrated for me. They taught me
0 8/04
2015
(U.S. Air Force graphic/Staff Sgt. Alexx Mercer) The overlooked core value, a call to excellence
From the moment we enter the United States Air Force, our unique set of core values are instilled upon us by numerous leaders.Regardless of how we enter - the Air Force Academy, basic military training, the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, or Officer Training School – Integrity first, Service before self and Excellence in all we do are some of the
0 7/09
2015
Default Air Force Logo Will the real servant leaders please stand up?
Every organization requires good leadership in order to thrive and be successful. Many military members express their reason of joining the military as a way to serve their country. But how many people really mean that?Service Before SelfIn order to serve, you must first take on the role of being a servant. That means putting the needs of your team
0 6/29
2015
Chief Master Sgt. Jacob P.E. Dunbar Remembering why our job is important: People
Stress, unhappiness, life situations and world events can weaken a leader’s motivation and make it hard to their jobs. We question why we still do what we do. As we contemplate which direction to go, the answers sometimes comes to us in subtle ways. Assurance often comes when we least expect it. People remind us why what we do is important;
0 6/29
2015
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