Most Airmen spend their entire Air Force career focused on one thing: the mission.
Sweat has built up from her palms to her feet. A drop trickles down her forehead as the veins project from the sides of her neck and arms. Her body is saying “stop,” but her mind tells her “one more rep.”
In the modern era of warfighting, the ability of a nation to rapidly deploy and employ forces anywhere around the globe at a moment’s notice is critical to maintaining a competitive advantage for readiness.
The Airman leadership qualities are expected to form the basis for the future officer and enlisted performance reporting systems. The alignment between evaluating units and evaluating Airmen is intended to further emphasize and accelerate an understanding and adoption of the associated leadership
Shaving waivers in the Air Force have been a constant topic of debate, with Airmen and leaders wondering whether or not facial hair detracts from a “professional” image.
"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy." – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.