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  • Proactivity, discipline is new norm for PT

    On March 15th, the 452nd Force Support Squadron followed suggested guidelines by taking proper precautions to close the March Fitness Center. In doing so, we were left without a suitable replacement. In a COVID-19-ridden world gyms, parks and gathering places have been closed for public safety

  • The belly of the whale may change your focus

    Do you ever find yourself mentally in a place so horrible that you cannot understand what you have done to end up there; a place so horrific that waking up is depressing? This feeling is called “the belly of the whale” and is characteristic of a time in life when one struggles to transform into his

  • Servant Leadership: The Importance of the Spirit of Aloha

    ALOHA is more than a Hawaiian greeting and acronym. The “H” in ALOHA is Ha‘aha‘a, meaning humility, to be expressed with modesty. I don’t think I’ve ever met someone who despised someone’s humility. False humility though is another story. As for humility, when expressed with modesty, it can be

  • Wildfire smoke, ash may increase health risk

    COVID-19 is a global pandemic contributing to thousands of deaths and great economic damage. If that is not enough, numerous wildfires are ravaging the west coast of the United States.California is one of the states that has especially been hit hard, not only by the virus, but also large wildfires.

  • Team March race discussions

    On June 1, 2020, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright posted a candid and passionate op-ed on his official social media pages regarding his fears and perspective about what it has been like to be a Black man in the Air Force.“I am outraged at watching another Black man die on

  • All personnel required to wear face coverings on March ARB

    COVID-19 was first ruled a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) Mar 11, 2020. Since then, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have quoted studies, as well as released documentation, that one of the main non-pharmaceutical interventions that Airmen can use to protect the

  • Wildfire safety preparedness

    As of July 19, 2020, California wildfires had burned close to 38,000 acres this year, as reported by the California Department of Forestry and Fire (CAL FIRE), compared to the 22,000 acres at the same time last year. Those numbers are rapidly increasing as the summer conditions continue to put our

  • Standing on the shoulders of giants

    Unfortunately, in contemporary times, we are not only faced with a pandemic, but cases of ongoing police brutality, racial injustice and social classicism all over the country. Emotions are high and civil unrest is prevalent. In such situations, as leaders, it is our responsibility to follow in the

  • 452nd Air Mobility Wing named Air Force Outstanding Unit

    The 452nd Air Mobility Wing, Air Force Reserve Command’s largest wing with 4,000+ Airmen, was recently awarded an Air Force Outstanding Unit Award winner for 2017. From humanitarian aid to combat support operations, the men and women of the 452 AMW supported thousands of Department of Defense